Mission: With Arms Outstretched....
To provide educational services,
endeavoring to create a greater consciousness of the Kingdom of God
in the hearts, minds and spirits of the women.
Most of our clients are from low and
middle income families, The represent all age groups, races and
religions, They are single, married, widowed, divorced mothers or
childless; and five percent of our clients are men.
The Women's Center has several programs
that are designed to help women in specific situations and ma overlap
the services provided by each program. These programs have formed
over the years as the center saw a need to address certain problems
that women commonly faced. The Center has a counseling program,
client services, transitional housing, victims services, and in 2006
the Center started its most recent program for displaced homemakers.
Another purpose of Healing Broken
Vessels is the unite women of faith, regardless of our differing
ages, our roles as women, or the signs that mark our church doors.
We believe that one of the best ways to do this is to encourage each
other in faith, by our spoken and written words. It is our hope that
as we unite women in Christ, the you will glean wisdom form the old,
one will gain strength from another, and together we'll shed light to
the world. Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which
shall believe on me through their word; that they all may be one; as
thou, Father, art in me, and I in the, that they also may be one in
us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me.”-- John