The Personal Ministries Department of the church provides resources and trains its membership to unite their efforts in proclaiming the gospel of salvation in Christ.. This department works in concert with other departmental ministries in the church to
fulfill this commission.
The goal of the department is to enlist every member in active soul winning service for GOD.
The Personal Ministries Department has a council which is comprised of all department heads. The council helps to guide and direct the goals of the set forth by the PM dept. The council also assists in coordinating the PM efforts in a unified manner via the various programs of the church.
The 2018 – 2019 leader is LYNDON WILLIAMS. The assistants are Elder Blessing Igbinomwanhia, Elder Dorothy Graham, William Griffith and Antoinette Jennings. The PM Secretaries: Deon-Ville O'Hara, Eula Phillips, Irene Batamack and Toya Antwi.
The Bible Discover School:
One of the major evangelistic thrusts this year for the Bronx church. We believe that knowing and understanding God’s word, the Bible is essential for these times.
…Other responsibilities of this department are:
• To promote and direct literature distributions (via four field days),
• Message Magazine campaigns,
• Prison Ministry,
• Bible Studies
• Referrals from the Voice of Prophecy, the membership and other sources,
The department keeps the church updated by utilizing a set-aside 10 minues each week during the divine worship service and with a monthly newsletter.
MOTTO Uniting for a Finished Work
MISSION STATEMENT: Matthew 18: 19, 20
MISION: Each member to be fully active and participatory in leading someone to a closer personal relationship with Christ, our Savior, even if that person is him/herself.
Revelation Seminars - a setting where neighbors study together in one's home to understand prophecy as it relates to the times in which we live.
Distribution of Bible lessons to students and new enrollees in the Bible Discovery School.
LYNDON WILLIAMS - PM Director
William Griffith, Dorothy Graham, Donnett Igbinomwanhia and Antoinette Jennings
Deon-Ville O'Hara, Eula Phillips, Irene Batamack