Rev. Dr. Dodenhuff Green Preservation Fund
Organized by: Dodenhuff Green Family
The Rev. Dr. Dodenhuff Green Preservation Fund is a cause that resonates deep in the heart of the family and community which it serves. Dodenhuff Green was a pioneer, pastor and pillar in the community. He had a vision of being a light in the community and sharing the Love of God to all those in need. This vision was made manifest through the building of Christ Temple Church which he and his family built by God’s grace. When he chose the location to build his church, he did so thoughtfully and after much prayer. He knew that at some point or the other everyone would come to a cross-road and would have to make a decision of whether or not to choose the Love of God exemplified through the death, burial and resurrection of His son Jesus Christ or to go it alone without discovering their God-given purpose and succumb to selfishness and obscurity. Christ Temple conveniently located at the cross-road of Nassau Road and Uniondale Avenue was meant to be a pillar, a place of hope and healing, a refuge and pointer to the Cross for all those without acceptance or acknowledgement of God. Countless families have come through the doors of Christ Temple and share in the miracles that had manifested there; miracles of divine healing, restoration and unity in the community. Its Sunday school and weekly programs and summer programs offering lunch at no cost to the community, camps and family trips, and college scholarships were just a few of the ways that Rev. Dr. Dodenhuff Green maintained an open door policy and continued outreach which attributes to the rich and lasting history. While the great Rev. Dr. Green has gone on to be with the Lord. There was a street named after him which he was able to partake and celebrate in helping to carry on his remembrance, legacy and impact in the community and lives he so generously impacted. We invite you to help us to continue sustain that legacy by making a financial contribution to preserving his vision and bringing light where it is so desperately needed.