Sunday August 30 – Rev. Dr. Hill-Coleman Will Preach
Thank you to everyone who came to join us for the Sunday Service in Morrow Park last weekend. Albright United Methodist Church will hold their weekly service at Morrow Park again this Sunday, August 30, 2015 at 10:30. Rev. Dr. Charlene Hill-Coleman will preach. The service will last about 45 minutes and all are welcome to attend.
Albright Sunday Service
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Morrow Park – located 1 block from the church at the corner of S. Aiken, Centre & Baum. There is plenty of street parking on Centre in front of Albright.
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Rev. Dr. Charlene Hill-Coleman is the wife of Ricky Coleman, mother of two young ladies, grandmother, and was previously a foster parent to many children. Charlene is an Associate Minister at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in Pittsburgh, PA, where she has taught youth new member classes and a spiritual gifting class entitled, “What I Do Best In the Body of Christ.” She founded The SEAL (Self Empowerment Actualization and Love) Program, a program of self-discovery and empowerment, including self-worth, self-esteem, value, and purpose.
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She has been the director of the Good Orderly Direction Program for youth and co-heads United We Stand Sports Life Skills and Coaching Program with her husband. Charlene is a contributing author in an anthology, “Free to Fly (Wisdom for the Seasons In a Woman’s Life) and is presently writing a children’s book of empowerment and self-discovery. Charlene graduated from United Theological Seminary with her D.Min. in 2012. She enjoys helping and being of service to others, but most importantly she loves the Lord with all her heart, mind and soul, and is glad to be known as a child of the King.