Evans and a new building loan was approved December 18, 1971.The circular structure of the new church was designed by Rev.These materials reflect their involvement in various clubs, events and service to the church from its earliest years.
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In 1977, he moved to television with the acclaimed . Evans’ organizational leadership transcended Fellowship. He opened the doors of his church, “the Ship,” to welcome Dr. and to launch Operation Breadbasket and Operation PUSH with Rev. His founding of the Broadcast Ministers Alliance and development of Concerned Clergy for a Better Chicago established new channels for African American empowerment in Chicago.
He also founded the African American Religious Connection (AARC) and has helped lead the National Baptist Convention, Du Sable Museum and Black National Religious Broadcasters, among others. Evans established the Clay Evans Scholarship Fund (CE$F) which has supported the college dreams of high school students in Illinois and Tennessee for over forty years. Evans retired in 2000 and passed the mantle to Rev. Nevertheless, an active schedule of ministry and community events continued after this date.
These materials reflect member involvement in choirs, clubs, committees and community service opportunities fostered by Rev.
Evans and their participation in annual banquets, revivals and travel.