NICHOLAS C. JONES
Worship: Bible Studies, Baptism, Communion
Community: Weddings, Dedications
Prayer: Corporate and individual
Counseling: Family, Individual, Pre-Marital, Marriage
Sick: nursing home visits, hospital visits Deceased: wakes and funeral services
We continue to examine systems that promote [isms] which results in decreased educational support, increased incarceration, death, and broaden acceptance of poverty. We promote programs and projects that bring awareness, advocacy and action of revolutionary change to reduce the dynamics of oppression against individuals, groups, societies and cultures for sustainability and growth in our communities.
DARNELL G. PEMBERTON, II
FOUNDERS AND OVERSEERS
We have been privilege to be called to serve the community since 2002 as a ministry. During our time of serving, we have seen the Presence, Word and Spirit of God unlock doors, liberate souls and transform lives. We celebrate the work of God as He continues to choose and use our ministry.
A lot has been accomplished, but we know that there is still so much work to be done. So many remain disenfranchised, are wrongfully incarcerated, treated as second class citizens because of their race, gender background or history, set up to fail and never allowed a fair opportunity to succeed. With that our hearts desire is to continue to be ministers sharing the liberating Gospel of Jesus Christ, be an advocate for the least of these and a change agent in social justice.
A training and development ministry institute for both men and women to develop them as servant leaders, scholars, thinkers and writers.
There is a special ministry training education track for men and women who are incarcerated. MORE INFO
REV. DR. E. JEAN PEMBERTON JONES
REV. ERIK C. JONES