Celebrity Guests the Honorable Ydanis Rodriquez, the Honorable Inez Dickens, Bishop Carlton Pearson, Bishop Barbara L. King, and Rev. Kevin Ross will Honor the Late, Great Rev. Ike and Installation of Rev. Jack L. Bomar as Pastor at the October 30th Homecoming Celebration at Rev. Ike's Historic United Palace Cathedral in NYC, Presided Over by Bishop Xavier Eikerenkoetter, Rev. Ike's Son

Oct 14, 2011, 17:18 ET from United Palace Cathedral

At this momentous 44th Anniversary event, an impressive line-up of celebrity guest speakers, including: the Honorable Ydanis Rodriquez, the Honorable Inez Dickens, Rev. Kevin Ross, and Bishop Carlton Pearson, plus musical performers, will pack the historical 3,500 seat United Palace Cathedral made famous by Rev. Ike to celebrate the official installation of dynamic Rev. Jack L. Bomar

NEW YORK, Oct. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For more than 40 years – and until his transition two years ago – the Honorable Rev. Dr. Frederick J. Eikerenkoetter, popularly known as "Rev. Ike" garnered both acclaim and criticism for his controversial, ground-breaking mind science teachings that attracted millions of followers and changed the face of modern televangelism.

Rev. Ike dared to go where most theologians and preachers would not. As a TV, radio, and mass meetings evangelist, he had the nerve to break away from mainstream religious teachings by preaching "Prosperity NOW," long before it became popular. Rejecting the fundamentalists' literal interpretation of the Bible, Rev. Ike proclaimed that God is not "a man in the sky" but a living presence within each individual and that Individual has the power to transform his or her life by changing his or her thoughts.  

Rev. Ike showed millions of people how to BE, DO, and HAVE all the good that they desire, through the Presence and Power of God that is within them. He became a Spiritual advisor to millions, of all races and religions, and even to those with NO religion.

Subsequently, he was frowned upon and rejected by some mainstream and fundamentalist Christians. Now, however, many famous televangelists, teachers and motivational authors sound just like Rev. Ike, carrying on his legacy of teaching prosperity and positive thinking! Many came to him by night (in secret) to learn from him.

In honor of Rev. Ike's ministry, the historic United Palace Cathedral at 4140 Broadway (175th Street) New York, NY, will host its 44th Anniversary Homecoming Celebration and Installation of Rev. Jack L. Bomar on Sunday, October 30, 2011, at 3:00 P.M., featuring celebrity speakers, performers and honored guests from all across America.

Among the VIP guests will be:

  • Dr. Helen Cooper, Westside Center of Truth, Chicago, IL
  • The Honorable Inez Dickens, Councilwoman, New York, NY
  • Bishop E. Bernard Jordan, Zoe Ministries, New York, NY
  • Bishop Barbara L. King, Hillside International Chapel and Truth Center, Atlanta, GA
  • Bishop Carlton Pearson, Higher Dimensions International, Chicago,  IL
  • The Honorable Ydanis Rodriquez, Councilman, New York, NY
  • Dr. Marvin F. Thomas, Phillips School of Theology, Atlanta, GA

Rev. Jack L. Bomar is a native of Tennessee and brings to United Palace Cathedral a wealth of experience in pastoral leadership, church growth and congregation development. He has served churches in some of the major cities around the country to include: Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Memphis, Honolulu, Hawaii, and abroad in Melbourne, Australia. He holds ministerial credentials and ecclesiastical endorsements from United Church of Religious Science, Association of Unity Churches, Barbara King School of Ministry, and a Master of Divinity from Chicago Theological Seminary. Often referred to as the "New Thought Preacher," Rev. Jack evokes a sense of Self-awareness, Spiritual enlightenment and God-consciousness within the communities in which he serves.

General seating is available. The community is invited to come and join us in this momentous occasion. For more information or directions, please call United Palace Cathedral at (212) 568-6700, Ext. 10, visit online at www.unitedpalacecathedral.org or email PastorJack@unitedpalacecathedral.org.

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