History Alive Project

On the first Saturday in February 2014, ATAMI’s History Alive Project begins  teaching youth in the Willow Run area of Ypsilanti to use the arts to teach Washtenaw County African American history. Take a few minutes to view the video and learn more about this project.  Share the information and encourage youth to contact us at info@ataminc.com.

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Save the Date: A Gathering of Worship Artists August 18, 2012


Songwriter and Worship Pastor Gary  Crawford  (r) and Audio Engineer Aaron Hope listening to a screenplay writer (not pictured).

Join us for the second Gathering of Worship Artists! On August 18, 2012 worship artists will gather for our second a networking event at Christian Love Fellowship Ministries International 1601 Stamford Rd. Ypsilanti, MI 48198 from 10:00 to Noon. RSVP @http://tinyurl.com/worshipartists

Small group members share how their faith and art come together. 

If you are a musician, dancer, poets, singer, mime, writer, fine artist, videographers, or you work in another medium, this event is for you. God has given you a vision for your ministry. Now is the time to take that  vision to the next level. God created a community of worship artists and we need each other. Each artist has something to contribute to another artist. Using divine connections will help us reach the next level of ministry. This event will enable us to meet others, share our resources, and  pray for one another.

The Gathering includes praise & worship, prayer, worship expressions, sharing God’s vision for your ministry, discovering divine connections, free display tables for your ministry materials, and more.

God bless you and we hope to see  you there!

Min. Bobby & Rekiya Kelly
Rev. Dr. Debby Mitchell
If you have questions or want more information email: agwa@ataminc.com or call