Intercessory Prayer | 2:30pm-3:00pm
Sunday Fellowship | 3:00pm-5:00pm
MONTHLY COMMUNION AND BABY DEDICATION SERVICE
Every Second Sunday of the month | 4:00pm
MONTHLY POWER NIGHT VIGIL SERVICE
Every Second Friday of the Month | 9:00pm-12:00am
MONTHLY MEN'S MINISTRY MEETINGS
Every Last Saturday of the month | 10:00am-12:00pm
MONTHLY SISTERS FELLOWSHIP
Every Last Friday of the Month | 7:00pm-9:00pm
BIBLE STUDY PROGRAM
People struggling with their mental health may be in your family, live next door, teach your children, work in the next cubicle or sit in the same church pew. Mental illnesses affect 19% of the adult population, 46% of teenagers, and 13% of children each year, yet mental illness in the Black immigrant community has long been a touchy topic.
Mental trouble "in the native" was usually explained as demon possessions or other religious delirium of a xenophobic nature. "You just need to pray, just go to church" is the proposed remedy for a myriad of mental health disorders in the black immigrant community.
Understanding "mental illness" must be undertaken within the enormous sense of the culture that gives birth to different interpretations of reality. Representations of illness, particularly the mentally ill, vary from culture to culture. We must consider broader cultural meanings as we seek a cure for Mental illness.
Though the stigma of mental health in our community is so real, we can all work together to recognize and address this challenge. Join us on Sunday, April 25, 2021, as we tackle this issue.
ACF HOUSTON SECOND ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR
Moved because of COVID-19
Update to follow, stay tuned