Beyoncé Purchase 100 Years Of The Church In New Orleans

HipHop News Posted on May 21, 2018 at 1:30am

Beyoncé Purchase 100 Years Of The Church In New Orleans

It is a couple of weeks after a church in San Francisco, she had her first Beyoncé with service issues.

Beyoncé has purchased a 7,500 square-foot church in New Orleans, according to TMZ.

The stone structured church was built in the early twentieth century, and in the list of $850,000, although it is not clear whether or not the Queen Bey paid all the selling price.

The place of worship, which is not far from the home of the younger sister of Beyonce Solange — has been out of service for a number of years because of its members passes, TMZ reports.

Meanwhile, in San Francisco, an episcopal church, "Beyoncé Mass" in April, which brought together almost 1,000 people.

The service program in #BeyonceMass

— Brandon E. Patterson (@myblackmindd) April 26, 2018

The grace of the Cathedral was held the mass as part of your weekly worship series designed to enhance the experiences of women, and appealing to the young worshippers. The service offered a sermon about the liberation struggle, the readings of a speech from civil rights leader Ella Baker, the reading of the scriptures by women, black, traditional, communion, and the singing of songs of Beyoncé, according to Mother Jones.

The service opened with the choir's performance of Survivor by Destiny's Child #BeyonceMass

— Brandon E. Patterson (@myblackmindd) April 26, 2018


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