Greetings First District WIM,
Please be reminded that the extended deadline for the Earlybird Registration for the AME/WIM Quadrennial is this Thursday, May 31st. All women ministers are encouraged to be in attendance as we gather in Birmingham, Alabama on August 6th-10th, 2018 from throughout the Connection to attend workshops, worship and witness together.
There will be dynamic preaching and teaching from individuals from throughout the Connection and across denominational lines. Confirmed Presenters from the First Episcopal District include our Episcopal Supervisor, Rev. Dr. Jessica Kendall Ingram, Episcopal Supervisor Christie Davis Jackson, Esq., Rev. Dr. Regena Thomas, Rev. Dr. Jennifer Leath and our Connectional WIM President-Rev. Dr. Erika Crawford. Let's plan to be there to support them!!
There will be special workshops and Late Night Worship led for and by our younger women in ministry and each Annual Conference in the First has been asked to sponsor a minimum of one WIM under 35 for the conference.
This promises to be a spiritually enriching encounter for Women in Ministry that you don't want to miss!!!
Looking forward to seeing you in Birmingham!! For further information go to www.amewim.org
Praise God from whom All Blessings Flow.
Please mark your calendars for June 22 @ 7:30 p.m. for our Women in Ministry Installation service. Our Preacher will be:
The Rev. Jo-An Owings, Pastor
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Harlem, NY
Ministerial Alliance President
We thank God for the Rev. Dr. Lisa Williamson, M.D. and the wonderful people of Calvary Fellowship, Brooklyn, NY who has agreed to be our host. A light meal will be served from 6-7:15 p.m. Worship service will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Be Blessed. Looking forward to seeing you there. Please invite others to attend. This is a worship service that is open to ALL.
To God Be the Glory,
Rev. Jacqueline Lynch
Coordinator of The NY Annual Conference
Women In Ministry
Click here for a copy of the application with the particulars.
The group will be held on Monday evenings from approximately 5pm-9pm at St Johns Episcopal Hospital, Far Rockaway.
In addition, a candidate will be required to provide approximately 12-14 clinical hours weekly with at least 8 of those hours rounding at the hospital.
The process will include the following:
1. Submission of the Application
3. Upon acceptance into the program, the trainee will need to:
5. The Unit will begin on Monday, August 27, 5pm - 9pm. until April 2019
As you can see, it's a very dynamic process, but the rewards of self - awareness and increased skills set as we learn to minister to others , makes it truly worth it!!
Peace and Blessings,
Rev. Denise Parker Lawrence
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