Rev. Tony Lee

Black pastors from around the country spoke out about the Charleston massacre during their Sunday sermons. Roland Martin and NewsOne Now aired portions of their messages from their respective pulpits. Watch the video above to hear from:  Rev. Tony Lee, Pastor, Community Of Hope AME Church, Ft. Washington, MD Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III Senior Pastor Friendship-West Baptist Church, […]

Black church attendance is suffering a generation gap. According to Pew Research Center, nearly one-in-five African-Americans under age 30 are unaffiliated with a religion, compared with just 7 percent of African-Americans who are age 65 and older. With this trend in mind, Onleilove Alston of PICO Faith in New York, and Rev. Tony Lee from Community of Hope, […]

We all know what a central role the Black church had during the civil rights movement of the 20th century, but what role can it have today? During a discussion about the National Urban League’s 2015 State of Black America report, Onleilove Alston of PICO Faith in New York and Rev. Tony Lee from Community […]