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Restoring the Village – Doing Family & Community God’s Way

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Renewing the Village


Family Movie Night

Saturday, February 16, 2013     Dinner at 4 pm     Movie at 6 pm

Get Your Tickets at the Cloak Room following Service

Family Spirituality Weekend

February 22-24, 2012

Restoring the Village

Doing Family & Community God’s Way

Friday Night Banquet     6:00 pm

Featuring special guest speaker:
Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu, renowned scholar and author

Saturday Morning Workshops     8:30 am





The Village – GIVES HOPERETOOLING AND SECOND CHANCE Rev. Sam Spruill &Rev. Johnnie Harrison The Village gives hope by identifying and sharing techniques, tools and resources used in reinventing and the redefining of one’s talents and skills to benefit the village.
The Village – CARES CAREGIVERS Deaconess Marcel Robinson &Sis. Cynthia Harrington &Sis. Charmaine  Greenhouse The Village cares by providing helpful information, encouragement, training and support to the caregivers of the village.
The Village – COMES ALONGSIDEMENTORING AND LIFE SKILLS Trustee Anita Friday The Village comes alongside through mentoring relationships where we strive to emulate Jesus and his disciples.  We will learn what the responsibilities are as a mentor and a mentee, how the relationship develops, what can hinder it and the importance of accountability and responsiveness in the relationship.
The VillageSHARES BIG SISTERS – UNDER 5 YEARS OLD Sis. Indira Pierce The Village shares by emphasizing to the little children the importance of “sharing” with all of God’s people who help make up the village.
The Village -CHILDREN ARE GIFTSCHILDREN – 5 TO 12 YEARS OLD Rev. Willie Hawk The Village children are gifts. Encouraging and sharing how valuable the children are to the village and ways they can contribute.
The Village – HELPS ONE ANOTHERYOUTH -13 TO 18 YEARS OLD Rev. Dennis Kitchen,Rev. Arthur & Sis. Katina Rushin The Village helps one another by proclaiming their strength in the gospel. As teenagers, there is a natural tendency within to want to be an individual. However, for a village to thrive, individuals must have four characteristics. Teens come discover these characteristics and help develop creative solutions to the challenges within the village.
The Village – GIVES BACKYOUNG ADULTS – 18 TO 35 YEARS OLD Bro. Kory Nuckolls The Village gives back sharing the talents, gifts and skills, that have been sharpened, thru ‘hands on experience’ and or education. Examining and developing an action plan to be implemented that will advance, enrich, and build up our village. Noting what a valuable resource the participants are to the restoration of the village.
The Village – HAS A STORY GRANDPARENTS Trustee Bertha Crossley &Sis. Audrey McGresham &Bro. Gerald Davis The Village has a story that needs to be shared.  As gatekeepers, your faith story is a vital part of the village history. Individuals will be equipped with oral and written ways to preserve, present and pass on their stories.
The Village – HAS FATHERS MEN Rev. Terry Robinson The Village has fathers focusing on the importance; role; responsibilities; and commitment of the men, in the restoration of the village. Brothers will explore and plan ways to make a difference in the village.

Saturday Afternoon Resource Fair begins at 11:30 a.m.

Help for the Village:


Health Care

Job Training

Reentry Programs




Sunday Morning Worship Service

The Village Comes to Church


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