National Homelessness Prayer Vigil for Mayor Karen Bass hosted by Pastor Sherman D. Manning, Yes We Can! Worship Center & Rev K.W. Tulloss of Baptist Ministers Conference of L.A.
Friday, February 3, 2023 @ 7 PM – Yes We Can Worship Center
(Los Angeles, CA) A National Homelessness Prayer Vigil for L.A. Mayor Karen Bass has been called by Pastor Sherman D. Manning, founder of Yes We Can Worship Center (YWCWC) and the Baptist Ministers Conference of Los Angeles under the leadership of President Pastor K.W. Tullos will be held on Friday, February 3, 2023, at YWCWC, 10306 Avalon Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90003 at 7:00 PM.
“Mayor Bass is going to need help from heaven in order to bring leadership, accountability, and action to reduce homelessness and end street encampments in Los Angeles dramatically,” says Pastor Sherman Manning. Pastors Manning and Tullos along with local ministers will join together with the community, declaring the Spiritual State of Emergency on February 3rd at 7:00 pm.
The Yes We Can! Worship Center is known for feeding and housing the homeless on Skid Row. Pastor Sherman D. Manning takes pride in supporting the fight against homelessness. He is also in the trenches, conducting street warfare against homelessness daily. He is the founder and visionary leader of YWCWC and coined the famous phrase “Post-Traumatic STREET Disorder.” Pastor Manning has consulted with experts across the country in developing a program and a plan that aims to virtually empty Skid Row, the largest gathering of the homeless population in the world. He says we can change the world, starting on Skid Row.
Manning’s Yes We Can Podcast will air the interview with the renowned criminal defense attorney Thomas Mesereau, Jr. on Thursday, January 26, 2023. Mesereau, is best known for successfully defending Michael Jackson in his 2005 child molestation trial, where he was acquitted of all 14 counts. He has also represented many other celebrities, such as Mike Tyson, Robert Blake, Suge Knight, and Bill Cosby. He has achieved remarkable success in high-stakes criminal and Medical Board cases. Take a look at a clip from this infamous interview at https://youtu.be/VawvTnXPSs0
The Yes We Can Podcast focuses on interviewing lawyers and issues which pertain to the homeless.
Pastor Manning hosts the largest feeding of hot meals to Los Angeles’ homeless people every Friday night at 7 PM after his sermon which is held at the Yes We Can! Worship Center, 10306 Avalon Blvd, LA 90003. The Center is open Monday thru Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM.
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About Pastor Sherman D. Manning
Pastor Sherman D. Manning was called into ministry at the age of 8 in his hometown of Atlanta Georgia. He was licensed to Preach at age 13 and ordained at 17. Pastor Manning traveled the country as an evangelist. Later, he went to prison. While in prison he studied himself, people, and God. In 2016, he organized the Yes We Can! Worship Center. His mission is to serve and feeds catered meal to the homeless every Friday night at 7 pm. As a result of his prison experience, he produces a podcast from his home! Focusing on lawyers and also issues that pertain to the Homeless.
About President Pastor K.W. Tulloss
Pastor K.W. Tulloss is the Senior Pastor of the historical Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church located in the Downtown, Boyle Heights region of Los Angeles and he is the President of the Baptist Ministers Conference of Los Angeles residing over 300 churches, making him one of the most influential leaders in Southern California and the largest minister’s conference in the nation. Tulloss has been at the forefront of many of this nation’s most talked about demonstrations. He’s a 21st-century drum major for social justice and is a nationally respected Pastor and Activist. He’s known for his skill in organizing and mobilizing communities for effective change and accountability. He’s helped organize many demonstrations and community town halls addressing issues such as Education, Violence, Public Policy, Advocacy, and community concerns. Pastor Tulloss serves on many community boards across the city, including Watts Learning Center Charter School, Making A Difference Foundation, and was appointed to the Los Angeles County Consumer Affairs commission board.