Dea. Curtis Heggins, Chief Financial Officer
Dea. Curtis Heggins, Chief Financial Officer
Sis. Clara Tarver, Finance and Tax Comptroller
Sis. Clara Tarver, Finance and Tax Comptroller

Accounting and Finance





Prepares collection reports, records contribution, prepares journal entries, deposit funds in the bank, process payroll, files all federal, state and local forms.
Dea. Utah McElroy, Administrative Assistant
Dea. Utah McElroy, Administrative Assistant
Sis. Patsy McElroy, Church Clerk (not pictured)
Sis. Patsy McElroy, Church Clerk (not pictured)




Administrative Staff



Manages the church's business affairs, event's calendar/flyer, lending administrative support and preparing bulletins for worship.

Sis. LaTanya Fears, Office Secretary
Sis. LaTanya Fears, Office Secretary
Sis. Donnie Williams, Committee Representative
Sis. Donnie Williams, Committee Representative


Benevolent Committee




Benevolent Committee provides assistance to members and non-members. Aid will be provided in monetary, food and clothing.
Sis. Martha Caddell, Committee Key Leader
Sis. Martha Caddell, Committee Key Leader



Black History Month



The Black history Committe increases the awareness of Black Heritage. It presents a wide array of activities such as talent, taste, speeches and presentations.
Dea. Henry Smith, Budget Committee Chairman
Dea. Henry Smith, Budget Committee Chairman



Budget Committee



Budget Committee monitors the church's budget, financial recording, reporting, disbursemenst, investments, planning and auditing of church records.
Sis. Sandra Williams, Culinary Key Leader
Sis. Sandra Williams, Culinary Key Leader

Catering Committee



The Catering Committee provides food for all special occasions upon request.    The Committee is also instrumential in providing for funerals, receptions and other church supported activities.
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Sis. Minnie Graham, President, Deaconess Ministry
Sis. Minnie Graham, President, Deaconess Ministry

Deaconess Ministry


The Deaconess Ministry has dual roles working with deacons and minister's wives. They set living examples. They are the cornerstones and foundations for other woman in the church to follow. These women also assist in preparation of the Lord's Supper to be administered to the church
Invitation to Discipleship
Invitation to Discipleship
Rev. and Sis. Obie Bowser
Rev. and Sis. Obie Bowser


Family Care and Concern


Communication is critical in the Family Care and Concern Ministry.  This Ministry reaches out to those who might have limited mobility conditions and still show love to them.  These memebers make frequent contact with members who might feel out of touch with the church body.  They also make recommendations for other professionals tailored for their needs.


Dea. Joseph Simpson, Committee Represenative
Dea. Joseph Simpson, Committee Represenative

Family Crisis and Support Committee


Family Crisis Ministry will provide prayer, visitation, and referral assistance in domestic violence, marriage counseling, children and family concerns and issues concerning the elderly.
Sis. Ruby James, President,General Mission (WMU)
Sis. Ruby James, President,General Mission (WMU)
General Mission (WMU)

The purpose of the WMU is to direct the religious participation of all the women of the Church into defined areas of service to better serve the congregation. The mission branch of the body of Christ seeks  to promote the cause for which the Church stands. It  aids the pastor in his numerous endeavors. They welcome new members to the Church and acquaint them with the on-going work of the WMU.  The Mission visits the sick and shut-in; and provide assistance and consolation to the bereaved. This group of women supports District, State and National Missionary Convention activities.
Bro. James Dooley, Director
Bro. James Dooley, Director


Heart to Hand Ministry


This  Ministry is very compassionate to all who qualifies.  It provides food for families, visits  those who are shut in and or  need assistance.

Laymen Ministry


The Laymen Ministry is committed to the spiritual growth and development of each man through a daily study of God's word and prayer.  It equips men to have a thirst for the wisdom and knowledge of God.


Bro. Dwayne Williams, Key Leader Media Ministry
Bro. Dwayne Williams, Key Leader Media Ministry

Media Ministry

The Media Ministry is responsible for sharing God's word and Love through audio and video mediums.  This ministry captures events as they unfold during worship services.  Our services are also recorded via the Media Ministry.   Transportation is also provide for others to come and hear the word of God on Sundays..
Deacon Sam Henderson, Website Administrator
Deacon Sam Henderson, Website Administrator

Website Administrator


Manages web environment design, deployment, development and maintenance activities to the North Star's Website.
Dea. Bobby Bowie, Transportation
Dea. Bobby Bowie, Transportation
Branderious Dillard, Director, Music Ministry
Branderious Dillard, Director, Music Ministry
Music Ministry


The Music Ministry shares the gospel of Jesus through songs and music. The music is mixed with praise. It encourages a close walk with God through the Holy Spirit.
Mary Neal, Musician
Mary Neal, Musician

Sis. Francelia Dilworth, Musician
Sis. Francelia Dilworth, Musician
Bro. C. Redwine,Chairman of Trustees
Bro. C. Redwine,Chairman of Trustees
Trustee Committee


The Trustee Committee overseas and takes care of regular maintenance. The Committee is also responsible for  church upgrades property and fixtures.

 
Rev. James Cook Jr., Instructor
Rev. James Cook Jr., Instructor
New Members Orientation


In the New Members' Class, the uniqueness of the church is identified.  They are orientatied on discipleship and expectations.  It provides avenues to the other new members and current member.
Pastoral Care


The Pastoral Care Committee  ensures that members are supported, encouraged and cared for on every level both spiritual and physical.  Through this committee, a member can feel a sense of belongings.
Dea. (not pictured)and Sis. James Cook Sr., Pastoral Care, Key Leaders
Dea. (not pictured)and Sis. James Cook Sr., Pastoral Care, Key Leaders
Sis. Ruby James
Sis. Ruby James
Pastoral Care


The Pastoral Care Committee ensures that members
are supported, encouraged and cared for on every
level both spiritual and physical. Through this
committee, a member can feel a sense of belongings.



 
Sis. Debra Grant-Newsome, Scholarship Committee, Key Leader
Sis. Debra Grant-Newsome, Scholarship Committee, Key Leader
Scholarship Committee


The scholarship Committee was put in place to financially assist qualifies individuals  seeking to attend an accrediated institution of higher learning on a full time basis.  The scholarship funds are supported by grants, generous church members, organizations and friends.
Sis. Cynthia Redwine, Director, Youth Ministry
Sis. Cynthia Redwine, Director, Youth Ministry
Dea. Hershel Graham, Prayer, Key Leader
Dea. Hershel Graham, Prayer, Key Leader
Prayer Meeting


Prayer is an acknowledgement that you do not stand alone. Ask and it shall be given; seek and you shall find.  Whatsoever we shall ask in his name believing; that we will also receive.      
In Deep Meditation and Prayer
In Deep Meditation and Prayer
Dea. Curtis Heggins, Sunday School Superintendent
Dea. Curtis Heggins, Sunday School Superintendent
Sunday  School

Sunday School is where transformation takes place.  You will learn how to grow as a disciple.  Your understanding will be broadened about God's role in your life.
Sis. Marie Taylor, President, Adult Ushers
Sis. Marie Taylor, President, Adult Ushers
Ushers Ministry

The Ushers are normally the first ones to greet you after entering the sanctuary to seat you and make you feel at home.
Usher greeting visitor
Usher greeting visitor