The C.W.I.A.(Christian Women In Action) is an auxiliary of benevolence, established & organized in 1975. It is an auxiliary that reaches out to women in need, whether they are unwed mothers-to-be, homeless, sick & shut-in or just needing spiritual mentoring & Christian fellowship.
C.W.I.A. have on going monthly meetings. We also sponsor 5th Sunday programs, in which topics of ministry reflecting women issues include, spiritual growth & spiritual development, dramatizations, & ministry in music. We have sponsored overnight retreats. During the retreats there are topics of discussions (natural & spiritual), one-on-one ministry, and times of reflection & fellowship. The retreats are very successful, especially when God commands in his word that the “Aged women be teachers of younger women” (Titus 2:3-4); the Lord wants us to be living vessels. In Acts 9:15 God refers to Paul as a "chosen vessel" unto Him, to bear His name before the Gentiles, and Kings, and the children of Israel. We too are chosen vessels designed to be used and filled by God. God chooses us to be His vessels, yet He will never force us to be used. As the Spirit of God leads, we the members the C.W.I.A. are available to be used by God in every way he chooses.
As President of this auxiliary I have been blessed to be among true Women of God who share the same vision as our Pastor Charles Green, to seek and reach the lost. We want to always have a listening & obedient ear to the Spirit of the Lord to fulfill the ministry of benevolence.
Yours in Christ,
First Lady Min. Audrey Green
Family First Community Outreach is a teaching and motivational ministry that works with at risk teenagers, both male and female. The mission of FFCO is to work with the youth of inner city low income communities. FFCO is committed to working with youth from single parent homes; teenagers whose parents have never attended college; whose parents are incarcerated and or have gang involvement. FFCO will offer inspirational support and teaching to youth between the ages of 12-18 years. The goal of FFCO will be to direct our youth in the values of life and discipline along with building character through academic, emotional and spiritual development; that they may develop a proper worldview that will enable them to learn life skills. We will expose our teens to role models and leaders of the community who have a proven track record of success, and who can also act as mentors.