THE JAMES L. WILLIAMS, SR. LAY ORGANIZATION OF ST. PAUL AMEC
THE J. L. WILLIAMS, SR. LAY ORGANIZATION will meet again Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 9:30am in the Chapel. Prepare now to join us as we discuss the business of the Lay Organization as it relates to the AME Church. Receive pertinent information and training from our Director of Lay Activities, Sis. Coppock. Join your local Lay Organization today! All Officers and Members are encouraged to attend each meeting.
We Congratulate Miss TABITHA COBB, who received the Clovia Russell Scholarship Award during the 2015 Black History Calendar Unveiling, January 15, at the Jacksonville Public Library.
Photo/AJSG: (Mom) Cheryle Cobb, Tabitha Cobb, (Dad) Vincent Cobb
The new DESIGN FOR THE CONNECTIONAL LAY ORGANIZATION'S THEME was created by St. Paul Disciple, Sis. Angela Surcey-Garner through the Lord's guidance ~ used globally through 2017:
UPCOMING EVENTS of the LAY ORGANIZATION:
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Please contact a member of the Lay Organization for more information.
11th District event information is available on the EEDLO Website
~ CONGRATULATIONS to BROTHER JAMES A. CAMPBELL ~
RECIPIENT OF THE TED HARRIS YOUNG ADULT AWARD!
James was presented in Atlanta, GA during the 2013 Lay Biennial.
CONGRATULATIONS to SISTER DEONNA SAPP
The 2014 East Conference Recipient of The Selmo Bradley Scholarship!
Thank you St. Paul Family, for your support of the Lay Organization!
THE 11th DISTRICT'S LAY ORGANIZATION HAS AN INFORMATIVE WEBSITE! Visit eedlo.org often to check the updates. Scholarships & information are also available on the District Lay site. Our blog has been updated! Click to view and comment: eeedlo.blogspot.com. Click 'Links to this post/create a link' or the '(no) comments' link under the most current or any other post.
The J. L. Williams, Sr. Lay Organization hosted the East Conference Lay Witness! CD/DVDs are available from Lay Night & all Worship Services of the 136th Session of the East Conference. Feel free to E-mail us at: email@example.com with questions or for information about our local Lay Organization.
THE EAST CONFERENCE LAY ORG. IS FEATURED IN AN HISTORICAL VIDEO PRESENTATION!
Immediate past East Conference President Brother Joseph S. Coppock, Jr. and preceding presidents, were introduced to the attendants of our Awards Banquet at the Crown Plaza Riverfront Hotel. The video presentation includes information from 1946 through 2008, as we celebrate 60 official years. The present East Conference President is Brother Aaron Jones, Jr; he is introduced near the end. The Movie was researched and narrated by Sis. Peggy Rice Johnson, edited & produced by AJSGarner. Visit the EEDLO site to view the video. DVD available.
THE BAHAMAS CONFERENCE IS HOSTING THE 2014 CONVENTION!
OUR LOCAL LAY ORGANIZATION'S OFFICERS!
President – Sister Thelma Johnson
1st Vice-President – Sister Debra R. Taylor
2nd Vice-President – Vacant
3rd Vice-President – Brother Gerald Williams
Recording Secretary – Sister Cheryl Kennerly-Hampton
Corresponding Secretary - Sister Bobbie Lesesne
Treasurer – Brother Joseph S. Coppock, Jr.
Director of Lay Activities – Sister Loretta Coppock
Director of Public Relations - Sister Angela Surcey-Garner
Chaplain – Sister Mae Willie Lee
Director of Benevolence - Sister Dora Taylor-Smith
Financial Secretary – Sister Beatrice Matthews
Historiographer – Sister Brenda Green
Parliamentarian – Sister Linda Guerra
Advisor – Brother James L. Williams, Jr.
The East Conference and St. Paul AMEC, Jacksonville, hold three positions at the Episcopal District level of The Lay Organization: Brother Joseph Coppock, Jr. is the Executive Director of the LEDC, Sister Angela Surcey Garner is the Director of Public Relations, and Sister Loretta Coppock is Director of Programs & Activities. At the East Conference level as Corresponding Secretary: Sister Maria Pearson Cole. The President of the 11th Episcopal District Lay Organization is Charlie Nichols of the Florida Conference.
The East Conference hosted last year's Episcopal Lay Convention, June 18-21 (2013). Visit the 11th District Lay Organization's site: Public Relations page for more information.