Beulah Roberts, Superintendent
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Building Character, Captivating Our Youth for Tomorrow's Generation
Manhood/Womanhood Training is a weekend workshop held during the summer. This event is for boys and girls ages 8 to 18 years of age. Topics covered include physical fitness and hygiene, self-reliance, courtesy and respect, realizing who you are, and individuality. Male and Female chaperons are always on site.
Our next Manhood/Womanhood Training is scheduled for June 16-17, 2017.
Victor Wesley, Director
The purpose of the Media Ministry is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever-changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use digital and electronic media as a worship and outreach tool.
The Media Ministry is responsible for the operation of all audio video equipment during services. This includes projecting hymn lyrics and scripture through video projector, monitoring microphone levels, and recording sermons. The Media Ministry also produce recordings of sermons and Sunday school lessons on CD and DVD.
The Media Ministry also maintains the church's website, Facebook page, and you tube channels.
The purpose of the Music Ministry is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ through song, encourage believers in their walk with Christ, lead the congregation in worship and provide an avenue through which individuals may share their gift and be an integral part of the worship. The music ministry at EMBC consist of the senior choir, mass choir, and youth choir. Choirs rehearse every Saturday morning at 9am.
Praise Dance Ministry
Benita Jacobs, Director
God has ordained dance to be a physical expression of our acknowledgement of Him (Ps. 150:2; Col. 1:16) and our relationship with Him in joy and gladness (Ps. 22:3; Ps. 30:11; Zeph. 3:17). Dance Ministry is simply the process by which we use our gift of dance to share the gospel or the good news of Jesus Christ to the lost and to encourage, comfort, and edify the saints in the faith.