All year we have been celebrating 100 years of the Church of God In Christ, Inc. in Virginia. On October 25, 2014 at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, we will continue our year long celebration with our Centennial Celebration Banquet. During the Centennial Celebration Banquet, we are honoring our prelate, General Board Member, Bishop Ted G. Thomas, Sr., on his 78th birthday as well as his 30 years of service at the helm the First Jurisdiction of Virginia.
You do not want to miss this grand occasion. Our special guest speaker will be Elder James Smith, Chief Operations Officer for the Church of God in Christ, Inc. Tickets are only $100 dollars. Please see your local pastor or his designee to purchase tickets. We can’t wait to see you there!
The AIM Conference is goign to be held in Portsmouth, VA at the New Community Temple COGIC at 3615 Tyre Neck Road on July 22-26, 2013. The church phone number is 757.484.8903. In order to prepare for this upcoming event, please attend to the following:
No churches are to send children without transportation or chaperones for the entirety of their stay at the conference. Please pay attention to the AIM Rules.
|BW Plus Portsmouth-Chesapeake
3235 Western Branch Blvd.
Rooms cost: $69+tax/night, up to 4 person in a room. Ask for room block New Community COGIC.
Deposit needed by 7/12.
Registration is $25/person.
Tour days tours may have additional fees for entrance.
To the Superintendents, we need your district reports for Sunday School, YPWW, Missions, Music, and Evangelism departments.
To the Pastors, we need you have delivered to your local AIM representative that is coming to the conference, $100 food money to help feed the young people for the week. Make sure you get a receipt.
Make all checks or money orders out to AIM VA #1. We need to insure that we have food to open the conference on Monday. I am looking forward to seeing you and all of your delegates there.
Supt. William T. Coles
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Join the Historic First Jurisdiction of Virgina
Bishop Ted G. Thomas, Sr.
to the General Board of the
The Celebration will be held at
Chesapeake Conference Center
Hotel accommodations have been made at:
On Friday September 28, 2012 at 12 PM MST, tune in for an eCOGICRadio.fm and host host Pastor Julius Koonce will stream an exclusive interview with Bishop Ted G. Thomas, Sr., Candidate for General Board of the Church Of God In Christ.
Ted G. Thomas, Sr. was appointed seventh in succession as prelate of the Historic First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Virginia of the Church Of God In Christ in 1984 and has served in this position for more than 27 years. Under his leadership, the Jurisdiction has enjoyed tremendous growth only a few short years.
Most recently, in 2009 Bishop Ted Thomas was appointed as an Associate Justice of the National Judiciary Board and Assistant Dean of the Presiding Bishop’s Episcopal Leadership Academy. Bishop Ted Thomas has also served as Commissioner of Operations for the International Holy Convocation, member of the National Publishing Board and member of the Committee to renovate the Lelia Mason Home.
Always a strong supporter of his leader, in an unprecedented and historic show of support for the non-profit organization Save Africa’s Children, Bishop Thomas presented Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake with $50,000 during his own 25th Silver Anniversary Celebration in 2009.
Bishop Ted Thomas has been anointed by God for such a time as this. He brings an experienced voice and real solutions to the challenges facing the Church Of God In Christ today. He has a record of producing lasting results in his community, his jurisdiction and our national Church – a testament to his capable leadership. More importantly, Bishop Ted Thomas has a record of accountability and is a strong and vocal supporter of our Presiding Bishop. Coupled with his love for our Church and its doctrine, Bishop Ted Thomas has the vision to see the Church Of God In Christ return to its glory as the leader of the Pentecostal Movement.
It’s time to usher our Church into her glorious future. It's time to pass the mantle to Bishop Ted G. Thomas, Sr. for the General Board.