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Mrs. Hamilton is Honored
Thank you for your service!

Our beloved Mrs. Hamilton was honored for being a Charter Member of the Sigma Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi, Sorority, Inc. In November of 1971, she and ten other nurses came together and founded a chapter of their nursing sorority in North Carolina. Mrs. Annie McIver (first president) & Mrs. Arrie Smith were also founders (now deceased).

There are only 2 surviving founders, and they were honored in April for their service, impact and legacy. Governor Roy Cooper and Congresswoman Alma Adams also congratulated them by name in two special video messages. Mrs. Hamilton is seen here with the other founder, Mrs. Margaret Wingfield.

Mrs. Hamilton is Black History. She has an amazing legacy and we are very proud of her. We thank God for her and her work in our community. (Photos and some of copy borrowed from Rickiah Wingfield. Her grandmother is the other founder.)

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The Rainbow Tea Is A Success!

Dudley HOF Honors Francine 

Congratulations Francine Scott for your induction into the James B. Dudley Hall of Fame / Hall of Distinction. Francine was honored for her accomplishments in the community, education and for her service to others.  We're proud of you!

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Women's Day Program 2021

What do we tell our children at home and in public schools about the mass incarceration of people of color? What is the role of the faith community in addressing this issue? What are the economic and political benefits of mass incarceration and how do they continue to sustain our criminal justice system? This was the discussion for the United Methodist Women's Day program.  "Mass Incarceration of Communities of Color: Understand the Past, Question the Present, Change the Future.”  Our speaker,  Dr. Carol Moye, Visiting Professor and Doctoral Program Coordinator at Howard University, enlightened us and gave us food for thought and prayer. What a powerful presentation! A must see for everyone.

Blessing Box

Thank you Jeff and Dale for putting up the Blessing box, and Jeff for building it. This will allow folks who need toiletries and food to get them. What a blessing to partner with our sister church, Moriah's Outreach Team to help our community! Thanks Lauri Cryan for reaching out to us!  Mary and Nagatha stocked the shelves and we hope you will continue to donate items.

United Methodist Women Rainbow Tea

The United Methodist Women had another successful Rainbow Tea.  Due to Covid, it was a virtual tea so everyone could enjoy the event online.  About 15 people joined during the tea and many others have watched the Facebook videos. Marianne Donadio, Room At The Inn, VP Marketing & Development, was the speaker and shared with the audience the importance of supporting the women in her organization.
Responding to the call of Christ to nurture life, Room At The Inn, operates housing and programs for single, pregnant women and single mothers with children suffering from homelessness offering them opportunities to have new lives of healthy, hope-filled independence.  

The women said it was a fun and informative fellowship.

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