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New Location


  The  WMEC  's  new location:  is  at the McCabe Park Community Center, 101 46th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37203; just off of Charlotte Pike . We will resume once monthly  Worship Services , there on, the first Sunday of the month of March, which is, March 6th, 2016, at  our normal meeting time of  2'oclock.  Please join us!

  Because we are so new;until further notice ,we will continue to worship once monthly.   Then as more women are in attendance and as momentum builds, the plan is to gradually add on additional 2:00 Sunday worship services  --until such time as we are a regular once a week congregation,  like most other churches.  I hope and trust that this will meet with everyone's approval.

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Christain Coaching and Mentoring

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Latest Update Since Launch Postponement

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Important Update Regarding Move to New Location!

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WMEC - Simplified
 
At the onset, The WMEC:  was s all about leadership development, for- poor and disadvantaged, African- American Women in Nashville, TN. (Hopefully, soon to become, leadership development for poor Women of the World), who are internationally conceived of as the “least of the Sisteren”; that is, those most in need of evangelization, salvation/redemption and assistance so they can spread this life liberating experience with their children and extended families.
   “When you did it for the least of the Sisteren”, “You did it unto me”.

Black Experience in the Episcopal church by Lidia Wright

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