The women in our church have all types of ministries that you can become involved in. From prayer groups to fellowship and community involvement our goal is to grow in our Christian experience. Anyone is welcome so come and bring a friend to our next activity!
Women's Emphasis Day
Christian Fellowship Seventh-day Adventist church held a series of events for Women’s Emphasis Day on June 8, 2013. The theme of the day was "Empowered" and our color for the day was Pink. Our Sabbath School program focused on inspiring women. With a mini sermon conducted by Pastor Sean Anderson which emphasized the important role women play in society and the important women that raised and supported Jesus while he was on this Earth.
Our Sabbath School program was lead by our Assistant Superintendent, Annette Khodra with assistance from Charma Lee Morgan. Our Divine Worship utilized many of our young girls and teens in the church. Our platform included Yvette Young the Woman’s Ministry leader, Audrey Stewart who delivered the sermon entitled, "Empowered by Faith" along with Nicole McKenzie (11), Akiva Khodra (16) and Nikia McKenzie (17).
Our children story was conducted by Natasha McKenzie (15) which focused on a little girl realizing her strength through her faith in God.
We had three musical selections, one of which was performed by Tatiana Ellis (12), a group performance by Joyce Davis, Monica Christie, Norma Todd and Norma Brown and our music meditation performed by Charma Lee Morgan.
The sermon was dynamic and powerful with a focus on the story of the woman with the issue of blood and the woman at the well, it illustrated the fact that their faith in God, their willingness to reach out to Jesus by simply touching his garment or listening to his message resulted in remarkable changes in their lives.
Our Divine Worship Service was followed by a fellowship lunch. In the afternoon our AY program was conducted by Yvette Young and the topic was "Teen Dating Violence" It was an informative presentation that solicited many questions and brought to light an issue that is often not discussed in our homes or churches. Both Parents and Teens left with informational packets on the topic. Overall we had a great turn out for all of our events. Our Adult Sabbath School Program had 30 people in attendance, Our Divine Worship had about 65 people and our AY program had 35 people in attendance. It was truly a blessed day and we look forward to planning our next event.
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