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JUNE 24: Bring your caps and gowns

We are going to honor all MPWOC graduates at 11 a.m. this Sunday. If you or someone in your family has recently graduated, we need pictures from the graduation ceremony and a very brief bio that includes the degree conferred, academic honors, special recognitions, future plans and hobbies. Please send this information to Laurie Walker no later than Thursday (June 21) if you plan to participate. On Sunday, all participants should be in caps and gowns, and ready to march into the sanctuary well before the start of the 11 a.m....

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JUNE 10: ‘Extraordinary’ book signing and sale this Sunday

It’s finally here: The official release of An Invitation to the Extraordinary: Releasing the Water-Walker Within. Pastor Walker will be signing hardback ($14.95) and paperback ($12.95) copies of his book, which details the tragic events of June 14, 2008 – nearly four years ago to the day – that rocked MPWOC to its core. “While we eagerly expected the words of healing and survival from Christ, what we actually received was an invitation,” writes Apostle Walker. “What unfolded during this anxious time would be a challenging life transformation of monumental proportion.” The book signing is at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 10. Come early to get your copy of An Invitation to the Extraordinary. Refreshments will be...

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‘An Invitation to the Extraordinary’

In An Invitation to the Extraordinary, Apostle Walker chronicles a tragedy at Mt. Pleasant that rattled the very core of our church. The events that followed were life-transforming. An Invitation to the Extraordinary was published in June 2012. An excerpt . . . The cancer of mediocrity plagues our society by infecting our spirits and attitudes, disposing us to be satisfied with the ordinary. We experience its numbing effects in all areas of life. However, extraordinary people rise above the regular routine by turning justified frustration into action. They move forward, move out, and move on. They anticipate the turbulence created by the convergence of crisis, risk, and opportunity generated by life’s transitional storms. These storms blow into our lives to drive us from mediocrity to extraordinary living. What we have done in the past does not work against the unusual energy these tempests release. An Invitation to the Extraordinary: Releasing the Water-Walker Within dares us to move from our ordinary zone to our explosive zone. It offers fresh insight to help transition those tired of riding out their storms to a walk in the extraordinary. You can rise above your tempest and walk across the circumstantial waters of life. We all need water-walking skills as we encounter personal crisis, an unstable economy, and a troubling future. The rapid rate of global change demands a higher level of accomplishment. In...

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‘We thought we would buy you a broom’

This church was started entirely on faith in God. One of the stories that Elder Hinton fondly told was how she started the church “without a broom.” As she was cleaning the church for its opening-day ceremony, a couple stopped by. They told her, “We saw you were starting a church, so we thought we would buy you a broom.” It was a small beginning, yet the prelude to greater things through God’s divine intervention in this ministry . . . Read the fascinating story of  MPWOC’s...

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It doesn't matter where you are or what you have done in life, all are welcome at Mt. Pleasant. We are a nondenominational church where praising the Lord is a joyful,
spirit-filled experience.
1424 Sawyer Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27610
(919) 833-5960
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