The commitment of a Boy Scout is shown through service in the community, devotion to the church and involvement in leadership.
The purpose of the Boy Scout Program is to build the character of young males so that they become useful, contributing citizens and strong leaders of Christian deportment. There are two Boy Scout Troops at Wheeler Avenue: Boy Scout Troop 242 and Cub Scout Pack 242. For more information, contact Deacon Jeffery Misher at 713-498-4127 or firstname.lastname@example.org.View ministry page
This Christian-based program seeks to guide young, African-American males into manhood.
Boys Rites of Passage is a Christian-based program that helps bring young, African-American males to manhood and teaches them to be leaders in their families and community. The program seeks to assist boys in acquiring the ability to demonstrate the three principles of the program—Discipline, Reverence, and Respect—and to understand the Seven Levels of Manhood: Heritage, Etiquette, Family, Faith, Basic Skills, Survival, and Resource Control. Boys Rites of Passage meets on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 8:30 am.As technology has advanced, and with new challenges brought on by: natural disasters, pandemics and social instability living present in our modern times, planning and programming is underway to enhance the program and make some of its classroom and community activities available via the internet. The goal is to make the program accessible to boys between the ages of 11 to 17 wherever they may be!As we plan for the return to a pattern, the start date is pending due COVID-19 concerns and issues.For more information, contact Rev. Richard Boone at email@example.com.
Members of the First Touch Ministry assist congregants with parking and traffic control on Sunday mornings.
Members of the First Touch Ministry are the first people worshipers come in contact with upon arrival at WABC. They assist congregants with parking and traffic control on Sunday mornings. To join the First Touch Ministry, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
InHIMM is the WABC Men's Ministry.
The purpose of the InHIMM Ministry is to form a fellowship of Christian men toward the end of redeeming humanity back to God and utilizing shared experiences toward the aim of helping each other move from faith to faith in the daily Christian experience. The ministry further aims to guide participants in Christian service, through their gifts, to make a difference in the world, particularly by sharing the message of Jesus Christ with others. All men are invited to join InHIMM on the second Monday of every month. For information, please contact ckelley@email@example.com.