By Bmorenews Staff
(NEW YORK – July 9, 2016) – The ORIGINAL Black Wall Street SERIES *NYC *MD *DC *ATL *NOLA is back in effect on Wed., July 27, 2016 (6 pm) at Corner Social, 321 Malcolm X Blvd., New York City. This is the sixth time that Bmorenews.com and its partners have presented its uniquely-crafted business networking sessions in the Big Apple and the fourth time in Harlem. Most recently, Bmorenews presented Black Wall Street WEEKSVILLE in Brooklyn.
RSVP for Black Wall Street HARLEM (7.27.16 at Corner Social) at http://blackwallstreetharlem.eventbrite.com.
Honorees for this month’s event include Rev. Eugene Richard Palmore.
Rev. Palmore was ordained into the ministry of Word and Sacrament in the United Church of Christ in November 2009. He most recently served as the Interim Pastor of the Corona Congregational Church, United Church of Christ in Corona, NY. Rev. Palmore has preached extensively throughout the New York/New Jersey area and is a much sought after preacher within the Metro Association for Pulpit Supply. Rev. Palmore received the Outstanding Service to the Community Citation from the City Council of New York, Hon. Julissa Ferreras, Jackson Heights, NY in 2013, the Clergy Award from the Corona/East Elmhurst Branch of the NAACP in 2011, and the Humanitarian of the Year Award from The Baisley Park/St. Albans Club of The Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc. in 2010.
He is currently an Adjunct Lecturer in Reading and English at the Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center of the Borough of Manhattan Community College in New York City. Before becoming the Interim Pastor at Corona Congregational Church, Rev. Palmore served as the Worship Director for The Riverside Church and as the Program Coordinator for The Women’s and Arts Ministries at Marble Collegiate Church.
A musician at heart, Rev. Palmore is the Assistant Director for The Ebony Ecumenical Ensemble and arranger/writer for the praise vocal group VOCÉ (Voices of Christ Ensemble). As a singer/songwriter/arranger, Rev. Palmore’s choral arrangements have been performed nationwide and abroad. His arrangement “O Mary”, an adaptation of the Spiritual “Glory to the New Born King”, was recorded by the Riverside Choir it’s Christmas CD, “Behold, the Star,” and his arrangement of the spiritual “Deep River” has just been recorded by The Ebony Ecumenical Ensemble. His first publication of his arrangement of the Negro Spiritual, “My Lord, What A Mornin’ ” will become available through GIA Publishers in the fall. In 2007, he served as a consultant and contributor to “LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING!” a documentary that explored the Choral Legacy of HBCUs– the Historically Black Colleges and Universities of the United States of America. Rev. Palmore is a poet whose works have been published in local and national publications. He is currently working on publishing a collection of his poetry. Rev. Palmore is the proud father of one son, Sekani.
If there is a scripture that fortifies his ministry it is the simple but profound saying of Jesus in Gethsemane – “Not my will but thine be done.” Most of all, he is proud to be a servant called by God to help bring about shalom and God’s beloved community.