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JOIN The Church in Ocean Park Community

this Sunday IN PERSON!

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What Happened to
Silas White 

with Milana Davis,
niece of Silas White


Sunday, March 3



at The Church in Ocean Park

235 Hill Street

Santa Monica CA 90405

Milana Davis, niece of Silas White, is a former deposition and Los Angeles Superior Court stenographer. She is currently a freelance transcriptionist, most recently providing transcription services for "The Empty Chair," a feature documentary on the unionization of Starbucks, by EGH Productions. Milana, her husband, and their three children currently reside in Los Angeles, where she acted as Home Educator during the early years of their education. The eldest, Chance Davis, is a recent USC MFA Film Production graduate, currently freelancing as a videographer, editor, and animator. Santa Monica's current Black History Month theme 'Black Media and the Arts' is extremely prevalent in the Davis household, where all three children are classically-trained pianists and two of them obtain degrees in the Arts. Silas White's vision of the Ebony Beach Club and all that it would have represented is most definitely woven into the fabric of his family.

Note: We will also have restricted hybrid available this week and will add interactive elements in future Sundays

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MINISTER: Reverend Janet Gollery McKeithen

MUSIC: Music Director Louise Dobbs and Dr. Kim Harris

Check us out on YouTube

Our newly updated YouTube Channel now has videos of our Zoom Sunday Services

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Join us next
Sunday, March 10th


Sacred from the Start:
Baptism Sunday

with Reverend Janet G. McKeithen

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Sacred from the Start: Baptism Sunday


A Ritual that Nourishes and Expands Community

This morning we take time to lift up the sacredness and beauty of those who are brought forward.  


If you'd like to be baptized or would like your child to be baptized, or if you have questions about this ritual, please email Pastor Janet at by March 4th


Now more than ever, CIOP is committed to building community & saving lives.

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