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“Those Who Support Us” (Cluster III)

The Timothy and Bennie Edwards Building & Grounds Ministry

President:  Deacon Marvin Henderson

This Ministry has as its primary responsibility the maintenance and upkeep of the property (buildings) owned by the Corporation.

Pastor's Aide Ministry

President:  Mrs. Sharon Ragland

This Ministry works with the Pastor of the church in those areas of church life for which no other ministry is charged. It also coordinates pulpit guests and necessary supplies.

Women's Missionary Union (WMU)

President: Mrs. Shirley Riggins

The concept of "Christian Women" united in a cooperative spirit of commitment to the work of God was the vision of Mrs. Barbara Morris and a few other women of The Greater Solid Rock Baptist Church. Organized in January, 1988, under the leadership of Mrs. Lili Ingram, the Women's Auxiliary quickly became one of the most visible and active organizations in the church. Since its inception, several capable women have led the group.

The Women's Missionary Union has as its proposed objective the Promotion of Christian Education, Fellowship, Unity, and Spirituality among the women, along with assisting the church in its work with both the congregation and the community.

In 1997, Minister John W Waters issued a directive to rename the Women's Auxiliary as the Women's Missionary Union. Reverend Zenovia Stafford served as the local church leader. The ministry consisted of all age groups for all women and girls of the church. Many phases of mission work have been provided by this ministry such as nursery care during each Sunday Worship Celebration, the organization of a girls' mentoring group, and training volunteers to serve both the church and the community. There are several ways women and girls of The Greater Solid Rock Baptist Church can be of service to the church and community. We encourage all women to get involved.

Wellness Ministry

Director:  Mrs. Lili Ingram

Provides comprehensive wellness services that are designed to enhance the emotional, mental and physical well-being of the membership.  Available assistance includes information and resource services; self-help training and seminars to improve interpersonal and family relationships; and community forums on relevant topics that impact family and community life.  The Wellness Ministry additionally, works collaboratively with other ministries to identify and sponsor important educational health awareness services.

Fellowship Activities