All youth are invited to celebrate “Hallelu Night” at MPWOC, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, October 31 in the Fellowship Hall. No one said we couldn’t dress up to be somebody or something positive. Be who you want to be when you grow up – a doctor, lawyer, pastor, president, nurse, caregiver, businessman or businesswoman – the sky’s the limit. We can do all things through Christ that strengthens us (Philippians 4:13). Instead of celebrating Halloween, celebrate Hallelu Night with us. We can still be all that God has told us we can be. We are dressing up. Are...Read More
Calling all T.R.U.E. Princesses! All girls ages 7 to 13 are invited to the next session of our T.R.U.E. Princess program, “Tell Me About You: Getting to Know the TRUE PRINCESS Inside and Out.” The program will be held from noon until 3 p.m. Saturday, October 19, in MPWOC’s Fellowship Hall. T.R.U.E. Princess is an outreach program developed by the Youth & Young Adults Ministry to not only reach the lives of the girls in church, but also in our surrounding communities. The T.R.U.E. in True Princess stands for (T) teaching self-respect, (R) reinforcing positive self-esteem, (U) understanding self and...Read More
This year’s theme, “Today’s the Day God Breaks My Chains”, was woven throughout the weekend’s activities, which included music, shows and dance by Laughing Out Loud Puppet Ministry and Combined Worship (with Restoration Christian Church). The Conference Scripture is from Psalms 107:13-16: “Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, and he saved them from distress. He brought them out of darkness and the deepest gloom and broke away their chains. Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for me, for he breaks down gates of bronze and cuts through bars...Read More
This year’s conference begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 26 and ends with service on Sunday, July 28. The schedule: Friday: Evening of worship and dancers from Restoration Church of Christ Sunday: Minister Demetrice Williams on “Today’s My Day, God Breaks My Chains: I Will Never Be the Same” Conference Scripture: Psalms 107:13-16 For more information, contact Martialique Hodge....Read More
Saturday, our Men’s Ministry held a scavenger hunt, and during Sunday service, Martialique Powell and two members of GOP ministered to us in dance. A few photos are below, and the rest can be seen on MPWOC’s Flickr account. MPWOC members, if you have photos from events you’d like to see posted on Flickr, please email them to Leslie Ansley. ...Read More
All youth are invited to celebrate “Hallelu Night” at MPWOC, starting at 6:30 p.m. October 31 in the Fellowship Hall. What to wear? Choose a costume of someone or something that makes a positive difference. We welcome donations of candy and prizes, and anything else that will help make Hallelu Night even more special. For more information, contact Martialique Hodge at MPWOC_Youth@yaoo.com. To see the full-sized version of this flyer, just click on...Read More
Following on the heels of the successful T.R.U.E. Princess Tea Party — see photos below — comes a wonderful, new event. On Saturday, October 27 in the Fellowship Hall, culinary expert Lionetta Myers will be demonstrating and sharing Yummy for Your Tummy cooking tips, beginning at 2:30 p.m. and ending at 5:30 p.m. This girls-only event is the second of our newest youth program, T.R.U.E. Princess: T – Teaching Self-Respect R – Reinforcing positive Self-Esteem U – Understanding Self & E – Encouraging Positive Attitudes The T.R.U.E. Princess Mission “is to stay true to God, true to self and true to...Read More
You’re invited to the T.R.U.E. Princess Tea Party, 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, in the Fellowship Hall. Dress is “princess formal.” This GIRLS ONLY event launches our newest youth program, T.R.U.E. Princess: T – Teaching Self-Respect R – Reinforcing positive Self-Esteem U – Understanding Self & E – Encouraging Positive Attitudes The T.R.U.E. Princess Mission “is to stay true to God, true to self and true to others. To know from the crowns of our heads to the soles of our feet we are Jesus-made. We are real unique and it’s True I am a female...Read More
Fantastic. Awesome. A blessing. These are just a few of the words of praise for our 2012 Youth Conference, held July 27-29. “Now is the T.I.M.E.” was the prophetic theme, expressed through prayer, scripture readings and worshipful performances by Little Hands of Worship and Garment of Praise. On Sunday, Elder Albert Brooks Almore of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in New Bern brought the message home with his “Now is the Time to Change” sermon. Elder Almore, who leads the Youth and Young Adult ministry at his church, referenced The Transfiguration in Matthew 17:1-5, which states: “After six days Jesus...Read More
Welcome to the current issue of “Letters from Lydia,” the newsletter of the Women of Excellence Ministry. Topics in the current issue include: 21 Days of Release; Esther’s Closet; Ecuador missionaries; women’s prayer conference line; the Year of Jubilee banquet and much, much more. To read the entire newsletter, please click on the images below. Page 1 ...Read More
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