The Young Minister Alliance to hold workshop, ceremony
by Marva Hawkins
April 11 2012 at 1020 | 883 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Young Minister Alliance of Florida will hold its “Preacher Articulation Workshop” Executive Board Installation Ceremony on Saturday.

The Workshop will start at 8 a.m. and the Installation Ceremony at 11 a.m. at the Second Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 2150 W. Airport Blvd.

Guest Preacher for the Installation Ceremony will be Elder Chester Brown, III, Pastor of Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church, Tallahassee. Workshop facilitator for Ministers’ wives, First Lady Yolanda Brown, Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church, Tallahassee, Clergy Workshop facilitator, Rev. Marvin Scott, Sr., Pastor Second Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church. The founder and President elect is Minister Tyler M. Anderson.

• The women of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, Oviedo will sponsor their Women's Conference on Friday through Sunday. The theme for this year's conference is "Women of Worship: Mind, Body and Spirit.”

The conference will include a Friday Night Concert featuring the renowned Helen Baylor, a Gospel Soul Singer who travels throughout the country and the world conveying the message of God's saving and healing power.

On Saturday revive, refresh, and inspire your spirit through Biblical teachings from author, Cathy Hubbard and Reverend Dr. Vanessee Burns, Pastor of Carter Tabernacle CME Church, Orlando.

On Sunday Evangelist Brenda Greene, CcD, International Administrator for United in Christ International will close out the conference.

General registration cost is $30 (seniors 55 and over $25), which includes all activities throughout the weekend. Single tickets for the Friday Night Concert only can be purchased for $20per person.

For more information, please contact Bettie Miller at 407-365-5341. We pray that you will place this conference on your calendar.

• The Seminole County NAACP Economic Empowerment Network Event, “Taking and Making Opportunities for Ourselves” will be held at Golden Corral Restaurant Banquet Room, 897 W. Towne Parkway, Altamonte Springs, Monday, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Meet representatives from the city and Seminole County. Find out about minority certification and getting government contracts. Get facts on the new election laws. Connect with other local minority professionals and entrepreneurs. Enjoy great food and fellowship after work. Dinner available for purchase. R.S.V.P. required. Call 321-276-4457.

• Social Action Symposium, “Taking Action, Making a Difference.” Monday, 7 p.m., Historical St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church, 819 Cypress Ave.

This symposium is sponsored in conjunction with the Sanford Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Historical St. James Church. This symposium will provide a forum whereby attendees can register to vote, receive updates on voting issues and upcoming deadlines, receive information on services offered by Guardian Ad Litem, receive information for preventing voter suppression tactics and receive assistance with identification document process.

Agencies invited are: Seminole County Supervisor of Election, Guardian Ad Litem, Legal Aid and Seminole County Health Department. Dr. Rosalie W. Cook, Chairperson. Rev. Dr. Cedric Cuthbert, Sr., Pastor.

For information call 407-324-2776.

• Florida A&M Alumni Chapter of Seminole County Annual Scholarship Luau, April 21 at the Sanford Civic Center, 7 p.m. The attire for the affair is informal island wear. The attire is not a requirement for admittance.

Door prizes, food and games are a part of the Luau Activities. Plan for a night of fun. Tickets for the scholarship effort can be purchased from Seminole County Chapter members of the FAMU Alumni Association. Darrell Mobley, President of Seminole Chapter.