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Irvington Township Mayor Vauss to Honor Longtime Spiritual Leader with Street Naming

By rlsmetro on
Irvington Township

The Deliverance Is Coming Church (DJICC) celebrates 46 years of service to the Irvington Township and Essex County communities with a series of events held at 815 Springfield Avenue in Irvington Township. 

Officials said the membership is proud to present an excellent weekend itinerary, beginning Friday, June 3 at 7 pm for an evening service with guest speaker Evangelist Shirley Graham of Holy Temple Church of God In Christ in South Toms River. 

Celebration

According to church officials, on Saturday, June 4, there will be a Street Renaming Ceremony in honor of the late, great Bishop James H. Everett II, Founder of DJICC, who served as Senior Pastor until his passing.

The event start time is noon.

“We will have greetings by The Honorable Tony Vauss, Mayor of Irvington, and salutations from Wayne L. Richardson, Commissioner President of the Essex County Board of County Commissioners and Congressman Donald Payne Jr.”. 

The weekend will culminate with a 46th Church Anniversary service on Sunday, June 5, at 10 am. 

Celebration

Officials say their guest speaker for Sunday is Elder Steven Sledge of The Potter’s House of Houston, TX.

“We invite all to come out and join us during this momentous weekend; please note that masks are required. 

Please join us virtually on Facebook or Zoom for those unable to attend in person”.

The connection information is on our website www.djicc.org.”