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  • 13 November

    Pastor Jenkins Performing
    Abundant Grace Fellowship

    1574 E. Shelby Dr. Memphis, TN. 38116

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  • 14 November

    Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Memorial Auditorium

    2 E. South Street Raleigh, NC

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  • 15 November

    First Baptist Church of Glenarden

    600 Watkins Park Drive Upper Marlboro, MD

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  • 16 November

    Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church

    7707 Allentown Road Fort Washington, MD

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  • 20 November

    Pastor Jenkins Performing House of Prayer & Praise

    16520 Wyoming Ave. Detroit, MI

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  • 22 November

    New Jerusalem Church

    1285 Raymond Rd Jackson, MS

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  • 23 November

    New Rising Star Missionary Baptist church

    7400 London Ave Birmingham, AL

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  • 24 November

    Restorations Ministries International Christian Fellowship

    2404 Tobacco Rd. Augusta, GA

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  • 26 November

    Elizabeth Baptist Church

    4245 Cascade Rd. Atlanta, GA

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  • 2 December

    The Tabernacle of the Lord 75th Church Anniversary

    Baltimore, MD

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  • 7 December

    Holiday Praise Black Tie Celebration

    4543 S Princeton Chicago IL

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Charles Jenkins II

Faith Leader, Social Engineer, Entrepreneur, Idea Maker, Communicator, and Friend are just some of the words that describe Charles Jenkins who is a leader widely respected and revered for his generous heart, innovative thinking, contemporary leadership, diverse influence, business savvy and holistic approach to social change and large-scale community development. Jenkins lives a lifestyle of giving.

For 15 years Jenkins has been widely known as the Senior Pastor of the historic Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church of Chicago, a rapidly growing multi-location congregation founded by civil rights pioneer Reverend Clay Evans. Under Jenkins’ leadership at Fellowship, each year thousands of individuals in need are fed, clothed and impacted through various outreach efforts.

Jenkins is also Founding President of Fellowship Educational and Economic Development Corporation (FEED), a 501c3 that focuses on education, community development, job creation, public safety, and urban renewal in Chicago inner-city neighborhoods. FEED is currently leading a multi-million dollar expansion effort known as The Legacy Project estimated to education 1500 inner city students, and produce 400 new jobs creating a socioeconomic oasis to enhance Chicago’s Southside. Jenkins is also the founder of Gladiators, a mentoring program that focuses on teaching young African-American men how to fight to win in life. Additionally among many efforts to curb Chicago’s violence, Jenkins convened street gang founders to broker strategies for intervention and peace.

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