Youth and the un-churched​.

​I enjoy doing outdoor services and concerts with a focus on young people and the un-churched. ​
I believe that true ministry is realized by obeying the great commission​​ of Jesus Christ to go and make disciples.

To restore the credibility of the church as a place where the true and living God can be found and empowerment for better living realized.​​

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Number 23:19 KJV "God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?"

        Despite what many think, homelessness is seldom a choice. There are many factors such as substance abuse, mental illness, death of a loved one and even domestic violence that leave wonderful people homeless. Unfortunately, these life circumstances are not easily remedied and therefore make the cycle of homelessness difficult, and sometimes even impossible to break. I have worked with the homeless for over twenty years. One fact that remains consistent is time. The longer people are trapped in the cycle of homelessness the more likely they are to remain stuck. It’s usually because they give up hope. They adapt to life on the streets and accept sub-standard living as their norm. As a Christian, I feel compelled to show them the love of Christ, especially on Resurrection Sunday, a day many Christians observe as a special day of worship. On this day, I provide a worship experience and hot meal in an area that the homeless population frequent daily. I have done this for the past six years and the number of attendees grow yearly. Last year we served five-hundred people and we expect that number to double this year, as we are using a larger park. This year Resurrection Sunday is April 1, 2018. My goal is to raise $3,000.00 by March 20, 2018. This will cover the cost of the meals, beverages and various fees required for use of the park. Please, help me take joy and hope into a sad and hopeless environment. Thanks!! 
Pastor Rochelle Lee
​             APRIL 1, 2018​​​​​