Bible classes are held every other Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
President: Sister Barbara Smith
Prayer and Bible classes are held every other Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
President: Missionary Dorothy Steward
Classes are held every Tuesday except the third Tuesday of the month.
Co-Presidents: Elder Diamond McClam and Sister Kimberly McClam
Through special programs, talks and meetings the minister’s wife can benefit from the experience of other minister’s wives. In some cases, minister’s wives can fill speaking engagements for her husband. Whatever her qualifications are she is the power behind the throne and should assist wherever she can.
President: Missionary Marketta Thomaston
Like their husbands, the deacons wife should be filled with the Holy Ghost and capable of being entrusted with the program of God.
President: Sister Donzella Grace
This Nurses Unit is a group of health care workers who are appointed to look out for the safety and well-being of church members in matters related to health when attending church functions. This includes, rending first aid and emergency care to injured or ill individuals and providing comfort and care to grieving families at funerals. Nurses have knowledge of local resources to refer members as needed for specialty or social support services.
President: Sister Liz Cameron
Meetings are held every fourth Wednesday of each month. (Location varies.)
President: Missionary Florine Burns
Vice President: Missionary Siesta Butler
Through the Sunshine Band children have the opportunity to learn, lead, follow, teach, explore, display their talents, develop and grow under the prayerful leadership of local leaders. Activities are planned for each age group according to their physical, social, emotional and spiritual maturity. Our main endeavor is to: Bring them in from all walks of life to a victorious walk in Christ.
The primary focus of the Sunshine Band is to reach out to our children and offer an opportunity for them to receive salvation in their productive years. Through meaningful and wholesome activities such as music, Bible study, drama, arts and crafts, field trips, and special worship services, retreats and workshops, our children can be instructed in the principles of Godly living. We desire to guild a partnership between the home, the school and the church in order to provide a spiritual foundation and additional resources for each child.
President: Sister Rebecca Diggins
The hospitality committee should consist of members who are lovers of people, given to hospitality and enjoy making others happy through the giving of gifts, preparing dinners, etc.
President: Minister Vincent Schillcutt
President: Missionary Lucy Davis
Big Brothers must profess salvation, possess the highest moral character, show self respect, “be a pattern and model of good deeds and works, behave prudently and take life seriously.”
Several training sessions and field trips are scheduled through-out the year.
Big Sisters must profess salvation, possess the highest moral character, show self respect, “be a pattern and model of good deeds and works, behave prudently and take life seriously.” Several training sessions and field trips are scheduled through-out the year.