Altar Workers receive those who come seeking prayer, encouragement and direction at the Altar Call during worship service. Baptism volunteers are responsible for facilitating baptisms; including offering Biblical understanding of baptism in Jesus name. The Receiving Room team assists with the areas of additional prayer, deliverance, spiritual guidance, and the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Is an eight-week comprehensive development course that teaches leadership principles and equip those who are called as Ministry Leaders. Leadership Development is designed to develop leadership potential in ministry volunteers and to give them a familiarity with Ministry Leadership functions. Course offers the teachings and history of Apostolic Pentecostal faith, personal spiritual growth, ministry maturity, experience, knowledge, understanding, practical applications, leadership readiness, doctrinal and sacerdotal application and studies. The Leadership Development program is an interactive and thought-provoking class that challenges its students to explore self, their faith and ability to lead.
*Prerequisite: Must have completed Gateway Membership, Discipleship class and be recommended by a Ministry Leader/Director
Discipleship classes is a six-week expanded continuation of the topics and subjects from Gateway membership classes i.e. What wee believe, Baptism, Holy Ghost, Stewardship and Soul Winning. The focus of this course is to teach, discuss, and explore topics such as how to become effective disciples, build ministry in-reach, increase community outreach and relationships. This class uses practical application and biblical principles for kingdom building.
*Prerequisite: Must have completed Gateway Membership classes.
Noonday Bible Study is held every Wednesday 12:00 p.m. This Bible Study is group interactive based on topical and Bible character studies. For those who are not able to attend our Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.m. Services, for those who would like to explore the Word of God and how to apply biblical principles and practical application in our lives, join us!
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The Bereavement Ministry, MFM’s “Comfort Specialists”, is a team trained to serve the families of the congregation who experience the transition of a loved one. During the loss of a deceased family member or loved one, the Bereavement Ministry places emphasis on the following stages: Guidance, Caring, Comforting and Consoling. The Bereavement Ministry is skilled in helping families through the funeral process and will provide a basic template on the structure of an obituary and funeral program. They also provide care, assistance and comfort to the grieving family.
The Grief Support group provides a forum of support for discussion of dealing with crisis and loss. Lead by trained, caring and compassionate people who have the ability to offer spiritual guidance through their grieving process. Open to the laity and community.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday’s monthly
Open to the Presence of Your Loss
Dispel the Misconceptions About Grief
Embrace the Uniqueness of Your Grief
Explore Your Feelings of Loss
Recognize You Are Not Crazy
Understand the Six Needs of Mourning
Reach Out for Help
Seek Reconciliation, Not Resolution
Appreciate You Transformation
Continuing Your Journey
Sacerdotal Support Ministry facilitates the following:
Officiating Weddings • Baby, Oil, and Home Blessings • MFM Hosted Funerals • Spiritual Guidance for Individual, Pre-Marital and Marriages.