Malaby’s Deaconess “Virtual Rainbow Tea Fundraiser” – Sunday, April 26th

On Sunday, April 26th, Malaby’s  Deaconess Ministry will observe their “Virtual Rainbow Tea Fundraiser”. The theme this year is “Taste and See that the Lord is Good”. This is a Scholarship Fundraiser to aide our High School graduates towards their College education and celebrate those who graduate from College. The Deaconess Ministry is asking the members of Malaby’s to donate to this worthy cause.

God’s rainbow is an arch of light exhibiting a wide range of colors. God said every time we see a rainbow it would remind us of His promise never to flood the whole world again and reminds us of His love for us. The rainbow is a sign of God’s promise that He will guide us through any storm”.

 

Reverend Barbara Wilder will deliver the morning message via Facebook Live on Malaby’s Crossroads page at 9:30AM. Reverend Wilder’s topic will be: “I’ve been in the Storm too Long”. The scripture comes from Isaiah 43. Reverend Barbara Wilder is the First Lady of Olive Branch Baptist Church located in Wake Forest  where Reverend Larry Wilder is the Pastor. Malaby’s Crossroads is the home church of the Wilders.

Tune in to witness the preaching of this anointed woman of God…

                                                                                                                         
 REFLECTIONS OF MALABY’S CROSSROADS’ RAINBOW TEA – APRIL 2019

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

 

Once the morning service was over, the congregation filled the fellowship hall where the tables were decorated with colors of the rainbow and an array of  food, desserts and drinks that reflected the colors of the rainbow as well.

 

Let us come together on Sunday, April 26th, take a sit at these virtual “Rainbow Tea” tables,  join hands and pray, GOD  bless us all…AMEN

 

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