Goodwin would like to welcome back Pastor Alfred Johnson Sr. along with First Lady Tina Johnson, as God has placed them in our lives for another year. May God bless them and keep them as warriors in christ. Also we would like to thank Alfred Johnson Jr. as he gave a beautiful message on “Where … More Welcome Back!
Revelations 7:9-15 The Great Multitude in White Robes 9 – After this I looked and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and in front of the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in … More First Sunday in September
Tomorrow the church will be handing out school supplies for all the students of the church. They must be prepared and ready to go back to school with the tools for them to succeed. Here are some pictures before we began to pack them up for individual students. What a bounty from donations from the … More School Supplies
Thank you all for coming to support the choir. Here is a little video footage for those of you who couldn’t attend and photos. We all were truly blessed by Sis Nancy Tolson’s dramatic narrative and the beautiful melodious choir.
On Wednesday July 2nd at 6:30pm the Goodwin Memorial AME Zion Church choir will be performing at the Porter Phelps Huntington Museum as part of their Wednesday Folk Traditions. Please come and support the choir and receive a musical blessing.
The spirit of the conference was alive and well in Middletown, Connecticut!! Humbly submitted by Sister Tracy Sutherland (Delegate)
Service was held at the Faith Seventh Day Adventist Church – 500 Woodland Street in Hartford, CT The Rev. Moses Harvill, Presiding Sermon: Bishop James E. McCoy – Presiding Prelate of the Alabama -Florida Episcopal District Pastor Alfred L. Johnson appointed to Goodwin Memorial AME Zion Church! So as we embark on this 2008-2009 conference … More Sunday Service and Reading of the Appointments 6/08/2008 ~ AMEN
Honoring Committed Men of Zion Dedicated to the Work Rev. Floyd Williams is our Honoree! Biography: Reverend Dr. Floyd Williams was raised in extreme poverty in Kansas City, Missouri. His mother told him not to complain about their situation but to have faith in God and work hard. Early in his life Reverend Williams had … More New England Conference Home Missions Banquet 6/07/2008