Shiloh Church to host cultural history presentation

| January 30, 2015

COSHOCTON – Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 10, Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Coshocton will host a Cultural History Presentation – Relationships in Humanity. The presentation will also include the board game Table of Humanity created and developed by Rev. Cliff N. Biggers and his late son Aaron Brown. Since the year 2001 over 10,000 individuals have played this liberating game.

Rev. Biggers is the founder and director of Race Relations Research, Inc. and will be the facilitator for three Tuesday presentations on Feb. 10, 17 and 24, at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, located at 404 S. Seventh St. The time of the presentations will be from 6 to 8 p.m. The presentation is free and open to the public. Rev. Biggers, a retired police detective, served the Newark Division of Police, Ohio for 25 plus years as the departments’ only African American police officer. The majority of his time serving Newark citizens were for 23 years in the detective bureau major crimes unit. He is the senior pastor of the Shiloh church, serving in his 25th year and the current Coshocton City Council President.

Rev. Biggers has conducted these presentations on Relationships in Humanity for the past 27 years and for many organizations in Ohio and other states in the U.S.

Those interested in the presentation should RSVP at 622-3632 and leave your name and contact information. Seating is limited. Refreshments will be provided.

 

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