FAIR HAVEN, NJ – the Greater Red Bank Church Women United Unit will celebrate Human Rights Day at Fisk Chapel AME in Fair Haven on Fisk St. at 11am on March 4th.  Everyone is welcome to attend.    This year’s theme for Church Women United is “Living the Legacy, Driving the Movement” and refers to the 70 years that Church Women United has been living the legacy of our founding mothers, and the need for us to continue to “drive” the movement.   Recognizing the individuals who have worked tirelessly for the cause of Human Rights is the key to this celebration.  We all have people in our communities who have been committed to lifting up the cause of peace and justice in many different ways.

The Greater Red Bank Unit is proud to recognize The Reverend Dr. Henry P. Davis, Jr.  Dr. Davis presently serves as the Senior Pastor, St. Paul Baptist Church, Atlantic Highlands, NJ.  He has been pastor at St. Paul’s since July 1973.  Dr. Davis has developed programs of evangelism, missions, education and stewardship.  Dr. Davis has served as Moderator of the Seacoast Missionary Baptist Association on three different occasions.  He is presently First Vice Moderator-at-large of the Moderators’ Auxiliary7 of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.  Pastor Davis holds the Doctor of Ministry degree from Drew University and the Master of Divinity degree from New Brunswick Theological Seminary.  Dr. Davis is a veteran of Korea where he served as a Ground Radio Operator.  He has served in several civilian capacities with the Air Force and Department of Army.  He is a member of several community organizations in Monmouth County.  He has received numerous awards from social and civic organizations.  He is a Life Member of the NAACP.  He was inducted into the Morehouse College, Martin Luther King, Jr.  International Board of Preachers on April 2, 2009.  He is married to Dolores Ryan of New Carrolton, Maryland.  They are the parents of tem adult children and 22 grandchildren.

After our celebration we will continue with a light lunch.  Everyone is invited to help us honor and celebrate Human Rights!

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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...