‘Chit Chat’ breakfast is Saturday

‘Chit Chat’ breakfast is Saturday
September 25
00:00 2014

The Women’s Ministry of Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, 630 North Patterson Ave., will host its Second Annual Chit Chat & All That Sistah’s Breakfast & Table Talk on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 9 a.m. – noon at the Goler Enrichment Center next to the church.

This spirit-filled event is designed to help motivate and empower women to create new spiritual perspectives when facing issues that beset them on a daily basis. This year’s theme, “Moving Beyond Our Mountains,” will expound upon techniques women can use while feeling stuck “between a rock and a hard place” and are unable to cope. Table topics will include “50 Shades of Grey,” “Dancing To The Beat of A Different Drum,” “Social Butterflies” and more.



Rev. Lucille Mechelle Myers will speak. She is an ordained Elder in the African American Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and an alumna of Hood Theological Seminary, where she earned the Master of Divinity and a Theological Studies Degree. She is pursuing a post master’s Theology of Ministry degree at the Emory University Candler Theological Seminary in Atlanta.

Myers is currently VP of the Hood Theological Seminary Alumni Association in Salisbury. She has served as the ecumenical coordinator to the N.C. Council of Churches for the Eastern NC Episcopal District of the AME Zion Church and special assistant and liturgist to Bishop Richard K. Thompson for the South African, Zimbabwe & Swaziland Annual Conference.

Her pastorates have included Wesley Chapel AME Zion Church in Lillington and New England AME Zion Church in Sanford. Myers is the president and founder of the Lucille M. McSwain Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on literacy and depression.

Those who know her best call her “Lady Lemonade” because she takes life’s lemons and makes lemonade. Myers is married to Rufus J. Myers.

Rev. George C. Banks is the pastor of Goler Memorial.

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