Rev. Karla Cooper to Guest Preach

Rev. Karla Cooper to Guest Preach

Senior Minister at Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

Sunday February 26, at the 11:59am Worship

"The Similarity Between Mountains and Valleys." Music by Eddie Brown and The 402 band.

The Reverend Karla J. Cooper, the seventh child of eight children of Joel and Kay Cooper, ordained an Itinerant Elder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, serves as the proud pastor of Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lincoln, Nebraska.    The Women’s Global Initiative Awarded Karla with an ecological justice award during a convocation in Toronto, Canada for being the first black woman to write a book on ecology.  She is the author of “When Blacks Were Green” and is the co-author of a chapter entitled “Where Race, Gender and Orientation Meet” with Dr. Joretta Marshall in the pastoral care manual entitled: “Volume IV: Women out of Order:  Risking Change and Creating Care in a Multicultural World,  Fortress.