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Family Word Hour (Sunday School)
Meeting Time:  9:45 am every Sunday

Superintendent: Sis. G. McKee
Assistant Superintendent: Sis. D. Armstrong

Our Mission Statement:  With prayer, we strive to reach and win the lost, teach and disciple them through the Word of God, for the glory of God.

History of Sunday School at The Vine

Our first Sunday School was organized in 1944 by Sister Ester Adams, a devout, Christian woman full of love for God and her fellow man. As the first Superintendent, she taught men, women, boys and girls to love one another and to fear God. Her motto was Romans 6:23 "For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord."  Brother Adams became our next superintendent, hearing the call "Feed my sheep". 

The third Sunday School Superintendent, Bro. Virgil Brown lived by II Timothy 3:16-16 "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:  That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works." Brother Brown had so much love to give that it radiated from him wherever he went.  He was a very straightforward, honest lover of God. Before his death he asked Deacon Cleveland Levy, Sr. to take over as Superintendent. Bro. Levy was a dynamic, humble, peace-loving Christian man who grew daily in the knowledge of God. He served until his death when Superintendent, Deacon Arthur Jack accepted the charge. With a strong desire to teach and support ‘the family’, our current Superintendent, Gale McKee has emphasized the Sunday School time as a Family Word Hour.

Women's Mission
Meeting Times: Tuesday - 6pm
Contact: Missionary Mary Hebert

Our Mission:  To empower women to carry out the Great Commission and encourage greater participation in reaching out to the youth and individuals with special needs.  We endeavor to develop missions for education and evangelism ministries to fulfill the objectives.
 

Brotherhood
Deacon James Jones