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Story by Tamaria L. Kulemeka
Allegheny West Conference (AWC) teachers did more than mull over educational theory at their recent in-service session. As a matter of fact, for most of the day, teachers tinkered, measured, programmed, tested and received a crash course in robotics.
Members of the Southeast church in Cleveland get ready to sign up community members for heal
Frank Hale Jr., PhD, (84) a beloved member of the Allegheny West Conference’s (AWC) Ephesus church in Columbus, Ohio, died last Wednesday after an extended illness.
“I was the first one here at 8:30,” said Tammy Kirkwood. “I’ve been coming here for two years now, and I have the best time. I wait for this day.”
Veteran educator Yvette Cooper recently accepted a call to become superintendent of Education for the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) based in Columbus, Ohio.
Members of Allegheny West Conference’s Dale Wright Memorial church in Germantown, Ohio, recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of their current building
More than 270 local church leaders of the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) attended the conference’s first Leadership Summit in Charleston, W.Va.
Fifty-six members of the Hispanic and Brazilian community in the Allegheny West Conference recently received certificates of Professional Lay Ministry.
Last Sunday, some 242 delegates attended the Allegheny West Conference’s (AWC) 15th Regular Constituency Session and 2nd Quadrennial Session. Their purpose was to elect officers, departmental directors, and governing committees; amend the constitution and bylaws; and hear reports of conference work during the past four years.
Women from across the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) recently gathered for a weekend of worship, fellowship, and relaxation. Called the Hadassah Conference, after Esther’s Hebrew name, the event was hosted by the Women of Worship chorus from the Glenville church in Cleveland. The theme for the weekend was “Commissioning Women for Impact.” Presenters spoke of faith, change, and consecrating oneself to God. All encouraged women to realize that salvation was a “a set up, to set us free from Satan’s bondage.”