Women's Ministry

This women’s ministry hearten women's spiritual growth through God's Word, prayer, and songs. Meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. The women’s ministry holds a yearly revival during the middle of May. In addition, the women’s ministries directs Sunday service each second Sunday of the month.


Fellowship with other men and service to others is part of Christian growth and we encourage all men in the church to jump in and be a part. Meetings are held every Sunday Morning at 9 a.m.

Sunday School Program

Sunday school aims at developing a society that believes in living with peace and harmony, it also helps the people of all age groups to adopt the principles of God, it also intend to teach the people the ways to adhere to ideals in life that involves the learning of scriptures from the Bible. Learning what the bible say helps people communicate with God. Attending Sunday school is an excellent way to make our small contribution towards the spread of the principles of God. Being a student of a Sunday school can pave for us a path of approaching God and understanding what He has to say to us.

All classes meet on the first floor in the sanctuary. Sunday school begins at 10 am to 11 am.

Adult Sunday School

The Adult Sunday School program consists of 5 small group classes. These groups are intimate classes that study the Word of God and apply them to everyday life experiences. There are 4 women focused classes named; Debora, Salem, Ebenezer, and Bethel, and there is one male focused class; Ambassadeur. These classes are gender specific to answer personal questions that affect our roles in our many relationships. At Council Evangelical Apostolic Church of God we have a strong Sunday School Program. During a time where many churches have seen a decline in enrollment, we have sustained through the grace of God. Many of our members are encourage by the instructions found in our Sunday School programs, and we are experiencing growth in this dynamic ministry.

The kingdom of God does not come with your careful observation, nor will people say, 'Here it is,' or 'There it is,' because the kingdom of God is within you."
~ Luke 17v20-21 ~ 

CEA Food Pantry

As believers in Christ The Lord, we will make every effort to meet the physical, as well as the spiritual needs of those among us in need. Pick up for the food pantry is held on _______________________.

We extend our hands to...

The homeless...
The sick and homebound...
The unemployed...
The elderly and widowed...
All who hunger and thirst...
Missionaries and Churches

Items We Provide:

  • Food- canned and non-perishables
  • Toiletries- soaps, detergents, personal hygiene items
  • Baby supplies- cereals and diapers (no formula)

Prison Ministry

The purpose of this ministry is to rebuild the life of the prisoner through bible study and teaching the word of God. Letting them know that God love them and he is able and not to give up on him.

Missionaries Project

The purpose of the outreach program is to assist in rebuilding a site in Haiti. The church has taken a small section in Haiti and is dedicated in helping reconstruct this area’s schools and churches. Through donations from the CEA parishioners, various families ofHaiti have received monetary donations since after January 2010. The group has future plan to visit Haiti and work hand in hand with the adopted area. The group meets every last Sunday of each month.