"Where Jesus is Lord and God is Everything!" ~Rev. Dr. William F. Pegues, Pastor and First Lady Rev. Dorothy Pegues
Author: The Magnificent Reid Memorial CME Church
We are The Magnificent Reid Memorial CME Church, where Jesus is Lord and God is Everything! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit us. We are here to serve YOU!
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~Administrator/Editor Rev. Dr. W. Frazier Pegues, Pastor
Cancer Awareness and Survivor Day at Reid Memorial
Our cancer survivor program was headed by Sister Harriet Pegues-Cobb who is a breast cancer survivor. What a wonderful blessing to see all of those who have survived such a dreadful disease and live to motivate others to give by uplifting awareness of the presence of cancer in people’s lives and the need for support.
The Steward Board of The Magnificent Reid hosted a concert: The Young Adult Reunion Choir of Reid Memorial CME Church. Oh, what a time!!
Sunday Morning Worship Service 10:00am The Magnificent Reid Memorial CME Church Mass Choir “Oh Lord How Excellent is Thy Name in ALL the Earth”.
Rev. Fredrick Pegues and his twin daughters were given the opportunity to be featured in a national ad due to their encouraging story about graduating from college last year in the same week. Go Pegues family!!! YOU ROCK!! CONGRATULATIONS!!
Our 2017 college grads 💚💛
Special thanks to Sis. Diane Robinson and her little helpers for leading us in our morning workout on this Sweatsuit/Heart health Sunday!!For more heart health information please visit http://www.heart.org
The Warm Heart Ministryis held on the 4th Saturday of each month from 9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. Included in the ministry give away are various clothing items, socks, gloves, hats, and blankets. The ministry is geared toward the homeless, homeless shelters, and anyone in the community who has a need. The clothing drive/give away includes, men, women, and children size clothing items including shoes and coats. There may be various household items to chose from when available. All items are free to the public. As a generous act of kindness, during the winter months hot chocolate, coffee, and donuts are served. Reid Memorial CME partners with Faith Works Ministry’s Food Pantry which serves over 300 families in the triad area.
“Women Empowering other women through preaching and teaching under the Anointing of God to live and leave a legacy for life.”
“I Am My Sister’s Keeper Ministry”
Mission: Finding areas of need in our church and community, and in a collaborative effort, service and through teaching, preaching and other community resources, effectively meeting the needs of those we serve.
Vision: To grow a women’s ministry that reaches out directly to other women in and around our church and community who are facing severe hardships of every kind and serving those who are at risk and in crisis. In collaboration with these community members finding the commonalities that tie into the concept and belief that I am my sister’s keeper and that our survival rests upon love and empowerment of one another. Building relationships that will bring women together and families back to church as we take the church to the community. Creating an ongoing domino effect of generational women self-empowerment, self- improvement, and discipleship.
I Am My Sister’s Keeper kick off breakfast was a great success! THANKS TO MY SISTERS who came out to see what the Ministry is all about. Thanks to those who thought about us and couldn’t make it, we know you were praying for us! Although my heart is heavy right now, you made the load easier to bare! I AM MY SISTER’S KEEPER!
“So are Christians to be the keepers of other Christians? Yes, in two ways. First, we are not to commit acts of violence against one another. This includes violence of the tongue in the form of gossip and “quarreling, jealousy, outbursts of anger, factions, slander, gossip, arrogance and disorder” (1 Corinthians 12:20). Second, we are to exhibit brotherly love toward our brothers and sisters in Christ with a tender heart and a humble mind (1 Peter 3:8). In this way, we “keep” those for whom Christ gave His life.”