Cord (Singles) Ministry exists to create an avenue where single adults in Agape House of Worship can fellowship with one another and grow spiritually through discipleship. We work together as one to make a greater impact in the church and the community by supporting and encouraging one another academically, professionally and in other areas of life.
Ecc 4.12: “Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not easily broken. Cord means a string or rope made of several strands braided, twisted, or woven together – it is said that ‘the more and stronger the strands, the stronger the cord.” The ministry is made up of single adult Christians at Agape House of Worship coming together to make themselves stronger in all aspect of life.
Cord ministry includes college students and young working professionals from a variety of industry types as well as a wide age range. Once such individual(s) become part of the Agape House of Worship family, he/she is naturally a part of the Cord (Singles) ministry.
- Quarterly meetings (bible studies, career talk, social gathering)
- Annual singles retreat (in conjunction with RCCG NA singles)
- Quarterly meet and greet
- Cord Weekend Event
- Community/Volunteer activities
Our communication tools include AHOW Facebook Group, Email, Whatsapp group and a Monthly Newsletter. Please check all of these networks periodically to get updates on the ministry’s meetings, activities and events. For more information, please contact: email@example.com
Area of Focus:
Based on suggestions and feedback received, the ministry’s area(s) of focus is designed to meet the needs of its members while complementing the overall mission of Agape House of Worship. Cord ministry will collaborate to discuss current situations and/or issues that affect young single Christians in all aspects of life.
CORD (Singles) Ministry exists to create an avenue where single adults in Agape House of Worship
can communicate and support each other while making greater impact in the church and the community.
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