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WWLTC hosts Back 2 School Bash 2018

On Saturday, August 25, 2018, Whosoever Will Let Them Come Ministries (WWLTC) hosted a Back 2 School Bash for children in the surrounding community. The event was held at the WWLTC Community Life Center at 601 S. Iredell Avenue in Spencer. The event was sponsored by the Youth Ministry headed by Youth Pastors Glo & Jamar Harris.

Youth pastor Jamar Harris enjoys a Coke and a smile while Toya Walker looks on

The event consisted of food, face painting, bouncy house, water slide, clothes giveaway, food bags and book bags (filled with school supplies). Everything was free, and the fellowship was joyous. WWLTC was built on the principal of outreach and continues to uphold that standard.

The intent was to reach-out to the students and their families to help get them ready for a new school year and always to celebrate Jesus. Sometimes, parents need a hand in bridging the financial gap to get their children ready for school; WWLTC wanted to slim the margin of that gap.

Kaelob and Kyshon Ewing get ready for the dance team routine

WWLTC Ministries is a culture of Christ community. Spreading the message of God’s Love is the goal. As Bishop Brown often states: “we don’t want to fill up the pews; we want to fill up the Kingdom of God.”

WWLTC umbrellas several ministries: Behind the Wall (Prison Ministry), Youth Ministry, Marriage & Singles Counseling, Outreach, Men of Valor (Men’s Ministry), Women of Faith (Women’s Ministry), Liturgical Dance, Music Ministry, Intercessory Prayer, Food Pantry, Clothes Closet, Bible Study (Refreshing Wednesdays), Sunday Morning Worship, Morning Glory (Sunday School), Transportation Ministry, and more.

Ayanna Peek has fun and is ready for school

The ministry is located at 318 8th St. in Spencer, and its most recent ministry, The Love Center, is located in Cary. WWLTC is headed by the Holy Spirit, Bishop Chris and Sr. Pastor Patricia Brown. For more information concerning WWLTC and its other ministry opportunities feel free to contact them at 704-633-3876 or ministrycorrespondence@wwltcministry.org


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