"Leading Ladies: Women in Black History & Today"

Celebrate Black History Month with Reeder Memorial as we recognize Black women.  We have a variety of events that are educational and engaging for the entire family.  We hope you will tell a friend and join us!

  • Family Movie Night

    Tuesday Feb. 19th @ 6:30pm

    Bring the family out for a screening of a classic film featuring Black Women.  The fellowship hall will be open from 5pm-6:15pm for those who want to eat their dinner.  Movie will begin playing in the sanctuary promptly at 6:30


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  • Taboo Topics: Domestic Violence

    Tuesday Feb. 12th @ 7pm

    Special Guest: Tenille Banner- Safe Alliance Charlotte

    What are the signs of domestic violence? Why do victims sometimes stay with their abusers? Can abusers change? What resources are available?

    Join us for a special Taboo Topics session on Domestic violence and get the answers to all your questions in a safe space.

  • Senior Ministry Black History Program

    Saturday Feb. 16th @1pm

    Every year, our dynamic Senior Ministry sponsors a Black History Program to educate and inform our community.  Join us for a brief program featuring a special guest, followed by a meal and fellowship.

  • Special Sunday School: Patriarchy

    Guest: Rev. William Dingle

    Sunday Feb. 24th @ 9:30am

    Special Guest: Rev. William Dingle

    Did you know that many churches/denominations still don't recognize women preachers? And even the ones that do, still don't have equal representation at the level of Bishop, Moderator, President, or Pastor!  Come learn some of the rich history of Black women in the church and how to abolish the systemic sin of patriarchy.

  • Black history Sunday

    Sunday Feb. 24th  @ 8am & 11am

    Special Guest: Rev. Racquel Gill

    Join us for both 8am and 11am service to close out the month of February.  We encourage you to wear traditional African attire or jeans and black t-shirts.  Our special guest preacher for 11am is Rev. Racquel Gill whose bio can be found here.