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Capsule Summer Wardrobe

Have you thought about what your style will be this summer? Try building a capsule summer wardrobe. A capsule wardrobe is multiple clothing items that can mix and match to create numerous outfits. A …

A Black History Celebration: Celebrating Our History, Heritage, & Humanity

On Sunday, February 18 th at 3pm in Broadway, North Carolina, the Cameron Grove African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church held a Black History program focused on the theme, Celebrating Our History, …

Shoe Cam At BOB & IMLA 2024

You can tell a lot about a person by what they wear on their feet. Shoes protect our feet, cushion our body weight, and allow us to play sports safely. There are all types of shoes: closed-toed …

Spring Fashion Trends 2024

Spring is here. I had the opportunity to attend New York Fashion Week virtually, and I am ready to share the latest fashion trends to incorporate into your wardrobe for church, work, and day-to-day …

Varick on 7th Opens in Charlotte!

The brisk air was filled with excitement in uptown Charlotte on Tuesday morning, March 26, 2024, as the ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the opening of the Varick on 7 th apartment building.  A …

The Pastor, Reverend Thelma Gordon, and members of Jones Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church in Columbia, South Carolina, joyously sponsored a 99th Birthday Celebration Drop-In for Mrs. Nadine Anderson, who …

Atlanta, GA - Zion Lester a high school scholar, student-athlete, and now author pens her first book: “Zion Learns to See” , a heartwarming children's book fostering empathy and awareness …

Happy Birthday to a Living Legend of The A.M.E. Zion Church, Mrs. Posey Johnson

How do you say Happy Birthday to a living legend?  A woman of God who has lived through the administrations of 16 US presidents and 68 A.M.E. Zion bishops; who has served her church in every lay …

Relationship Goals

Black love is revolutionary. When you look back on our history as Black people, everything was done to keep Black love from happening. During the institution of slavery, families were torn apart …

CENTENARIAN [sen te narian] (noun) a person who is 100 years old or older. Coterie [code da re] (noun) an intimate and often exclusive group of persons with a unifying common interest or …

New Year’s Resolutions God’s Way Part 2

Setting goals and resolutions for the year is great, but are you making sure that God is at the forefront? Last year, I had the opportunity to have a conversation with Rev. Darlene R. Counts , …

Fall/Winter Activities for the Family

Fall is here, and it is the best time of year to eat sweet potato pie, drink hot chocolate, and go Christmas Caroling with family and friends. Below is a list of family-friendly activities to indulge …

Technology Gadgets in the Classroom

August is here and many students are headed back to school. School buses are out and about and school zones are soon to be active. It is time to take the kids shopping to check everything off of …

Fort Belvoir, VA - On May 18, 2023, Rev. Alma Coles Charles, along with six former Defense Logistics Agency employees became...

Protein: The Antidote To Obesity & Overeating

Submitted by Mr. Daman DeLeon Health and Wellness Editor, The Star of Zion Email: Health_Wellness@StarofZion.org Now before we dive into this sea of information, one needs to know that …

Sunday, June 4 event to feature celebrity bike captains Anthony …

On Friday, February 3rd, 2023, I had the opportunity to interview two Zionites and their essential contributions to their community. Dr. Ryan Hubbard, along with his brother, Mr. Johnathan K. Hubbard …

Food For Thought: An Interview with Chef Bryan Allen

“Food is not only necessary to sustain life it can create community and express love”, commented Chef Bryan Allen in his exclusive interview with the Star of Zion. Mr. Allen or Chef B. has …

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