Sunday School ~ 10:00am-11:00am
Sunday Temple Worship ~ 11:00am~1:30pm
Notice
Website
Reference
ADDIS ALEM CO-OP
The Addis Alem Co-operative Society Ltd was conceptualized with
the aim of seeking to assist in addressing the problem of unifying and
organizing farmers as it relates to the marketing of their products,
thus allowing for a smoother transaction along the supply/demand
chain.   'Our organization outlined the objective of capitalizing on
market  potential through ensuring this said interaction. We have
envisioned a  sector in which the use of information technology is
the norm rather  than the exception. In this regard, it would also
become a means of  allowing the various skills both educational and
technical, which exists  among the members of the Rastafarian
community, more specifically  among the members of
The Church
of Haile Selassie I to be pooled  'and ultimately coordinated in such
a manner as to ensure that they can  constitute a valuable resource
in terms of assisting in our national development.
The Rastafarian Cooperative
The Rastafarian Cooperative exists to support local Cultural and
Economic Enrichment Programs created by and for our Community
that will enhance and unleash the creative, innovative, and inherent
knowledge to and about our Community; leading to a culturally
connected and economically viable Community.  The founding
members of The Rastafarian Cooperative are members of
The
Church of Haile Selassie I
Nyahbinghi Canada
 
UMOJA Connection
UMOJA Connection, Inc. (UCI) is an organization founded to
cultivate Love, Peace, and Unity amongst all people by advocating
education at Home, Church, School, and Work by engaging the
cooperative participation of our youth, adults, and elders.
Moon Jamaica Listing Review of
The Church of Haile Selassie I
Moon Author's Review
The
Ba Beta Kristian Church of Haile Selassie I, led by the Abuna
Ascento Foxe, is located on Oxford Street in front of Coronation
Market and is worth a visit for its colorful service on Sunday
afternoons. Women must cover their heads, wear dresses, and sit on
the right side of the aisle. Men should not cover their heads. The
church sponsors community initiatives as well as the
Amha Selassie
basic school located next door.
Copyright © 2003-2018 The Church of Haile Selassie I, Inc. ~ All rights reserved.
Please note information and links below are available as a reference library of other Ethiopian and
Rastafarian related websites and links.  The Church of Haile Selassie I does not endorse and is not
responsible for the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of the information, but makes it available for
your information and research.