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The Journey of The Revolutionary Church: Atlanta’s Largest Street Ministry

When a state fails to serve the needs of the people, which is often and at nearly every corner, revolutionary organizations have always organized to fill that hole which leaves countless suffering and in misery.

With the Black Panther Party it was their revolutionary Breakfast Program that fed children who were previously starving; the Young Lords with a medical clinic and testing for lead poisoning in East Harlem while also administering 800 tuberculosis tests!

But these are just a few examples of what we’re capable of when we unite to serve our people.

Following in the steps of our revolutionary ancestors, within the span of less than 3 years the Black Hammer Organization has been turning heads left and right as it suffers from success. 

Beating out other street ministries that were there before through hard work and dedication, Black Hammer has created the largest street Ministry in Atlanta! 

The Revolutionary Church has steadily increased in attendance, growing to have over a hundred homeless comrades come through for much needed resources like clothing, food and other goods! And we ain’t servin no expired ass food or giving out clothing that we ourselves would not wear. 

Our people deserve the best and we make sure to deliver. 

Through the Revolutionary Church we’ve also helped shelter and employ those on the streets! They have the opportunity to clean up their own community, make money and most importantly, gain dictatorship over their own lives, resources and labor. 

While the so-called “left” is still whining and complaining about our successful methods in organizing for revolution, we are winning the support and hearts of those that are neither left or right; those of us that are on the bottom. 

And that’s what makes the Revolutionary Church different than any other street ministry. Black Hammer is made up of those that come from the bottom and those that choose to represent them. That means giving your all to the revolution and the masses of poor working class Colonized people. 

Even though the state and Atlanta pigs have tried stopping our good work by arresting our comrades and Commander themself last November, all they managed to do was slow us down. We still triumph over any and all obstacles for the people.

If helping people while making genuine connections with them and creating a revolutionary difference  is your passion, then the Revolutionary Church is the church for you! We welcome all Colonized people from any faith to take part in the lord’s work of creating unity and calling out evil.

“Now in those days, after Moses had become an adult, he went out to his brothers to look at the burdens they were bearing, and he caught sight of an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, one of his brothers.  So he looked this way and that, and seeing no one, he killed the Egyptian and hid him in the sand.”

Exodus 2:11

Follow in the footsteps of revolutionaries like Jesus and Moses or the Young Lords and Black Panther Party—all of who were not afraid to do whatever it took to preach the good word and make real change. 

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