In honor of International Women’s Day, the Sisters in Christ Ministry of the Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship (CCCF) will spotlight several diverse and multi-generational church members.
The service takes place on Sunday, March 17, at 11 a.m., in the CCCF sanctuary located at 2085 S. Harvard Blvd., in Los Angeles, said Pastor James K. McKnight. The theme is “Steppin’ Out In Faith: Livin’ the Life God Designed.”
“We invite the community to join us as we welcome actress and author Meagan Good as our speaker and spotlight the gifts and talents of some of our members,” said McKnight. “These extraordinary women represent diverse disciplines and all of them have unique and unsung stories that deserve to be shared.”
The honorees are Randall Lindsay, Marlborough High School senior; Brianna Hammond, Xavier College freshman; Flora Cordett, community activist; Lauren Trosclaire Duncan, American Red Cross employee; Lastanja Baker, Toyota USA executive; Mildred Cogman, retired educator; Alice Walker Duff, retired Bread for the World employee; and church elders Jessie Irvin, Ruth Jordan and Eleanor Brown. Also, Vivian Clark will receive a posthumous award for her work with breast cancer awareness.
Good, a NAACP Image Award-winner, will share her journey and faith walk, noted McKnight. In 2016, she published “The Wait: A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love” with her husband, DeVon Franklin.
Her acting credits include the May 3 release of “The Intruder,” “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream: Love on Election Night” in 2018, Fox’s series “Minority Report” in 2015, and “Eve’s Bayou” in 1997. Also, Good guest-starred in three episodes of the CBS’ medical drama, “Code Black.”
Following the worship, CCCF will host a fellowship reception. To learn more, call (323) 731-8869 or email email@example.com.