The Allegheny West Conference (AWC) Multicultural Ministries department, together with local pastors and their wives, recently organized a spiritual retreat for the conference’s Hispanic women. Nearly 100 ladies met for the three-day event at a hotel in Cincinnati to worship, share stories and reignite their passion for Jesus and the mission of the church.
This summer five Allegheny West Conference (AWC) staff members left their posts or retired. William T. Cox, conference president, says, “Their contributions and service have been invaluable and we will miss the impact of their ministry.”
The Allegheny West Conference's Glenville church in Cleveland is currently in the middle phase of their Building a Place for Grace campaign to build a multifunctional community facility in the Euclid neighborhood. Construction is set to take place in early 2016.
We Helped Start the First Hispanic Company in Pittsburgh Editorial by Sergio Romero
Many may associate the city of Pittsburgh with its iconic sports teams, the Steelers and Pirates, but the Allegheny West Conference has decided to cheer for another team in “the Steel City:” Team Hispanic.