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Wash Land - 730 N. Main Street, August 1965

Wash Land - 730 N. Main Street, August 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1965
Caption
Shown below is a coin-operated laundry at the corner of N. Main and Summit Sts. in Ann Arbor which will be operated by the church to help underprivileged children and elderly adults. It has been rented by the church.

Car Wash to Raise Funds for Charitable Projects at Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, August 1965

Car Wash to Raise Funds for Charitable Projects at Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, August 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1965
Caption
One of three car washes operated by Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti which provide employment and pay for support and education for under-privileged teen-agers is shown above. Keeping things busting here is Deacon Elray Lipsey (left) in charge of the congregation's charitable projects. At work are (left to right) Oscar Loveless, John Cameron, Wilson Burton and Irvin Jackson Ricks, and in front Luke Edward and John Loveless.

Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Give Farm to the Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church in Ypsilanti, September 1965

Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Give Farm to the Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church in Ypsilanti, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1965
Caption
Pastor Elder L. Edwards (right), of Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, explains his plans for the use of a 28-acre farm given to the church by Mr. and Mrs. Sabbath Cobb (left) of 46780 Newton Rd. The Cobbs have given the farm to the church for use in a unique program to rehabilitate teen-agers from broken homes. The land, in Wayne County, is located about 3-1/2 miles from the church.

Elray Lipsey and Pastor Elder L. Edwards Inspect House owned by Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, August 1965

Elray Lipsey and Pastor Elder L. Edwards Inspect House owned by Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, August 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1965
Caption
Deacon Elray Lipsey (left) and Pastor Elder L. Edwards discuss future plans on the front lawn of one of three homes owned by Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti. The homes shelter 20 teen-agers from broken homes and seven elderly adults who are supported by the church. Ten young men live in the house pictured.

Bertha Clay and Lilly Hughes do Chores in a Home for Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, August 1965

Bertha Clay and Lilly Hughes do Chores in a Home for Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church of Ypsilanti, August 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1965
Caption
Teen-age girls in Christ Temple Church's unique program for children from broken homes help earn their keep by tidying up in the attractive house reserved by the church for boys participating in the program. Here Bertha Clay (left) and Lilly Hughes make the kitchen sparkle.