VCC Continues its Women’s “HerStory” Month Celebration Series

IVN Staff Writer | 3/9/2017, midnight
The Women’s Fellowship of Victory Community Church (VCC) will continue to host their Annual Women’s Celebration Series in recognition and ...
Cynthia Freeman-Clay

Upland, CA-- The Women’s Fellowship of Victory Community Church (VCC) will continue to host their Annual Women’s Celebration Series in recognition and celebration of Women’s History “HerStory” Month. Along with the weekly celebration series, several other activities are scheduled throughout the month of March.

VCC is so pleased to announce that the following women of God will share the gospel during the 9:30 a.m. worship services each week. First Lady Kimberly Anthony did a masterful job at setting the stage to what will an epic month full of the supernatural power of God. This Sunday, Living Way’s very own Cynthia Freeman-Clay will bring forth a powerful word. March 19th, will be the resilient and powerful Minister Selena Austin Terrell of Antioch M.B.C. and, Pastor Evelyn Ali of the Victory Community Church will minister to everyone in attendance and closing the month-long series out on Sunday, March 26th. You don’t want to miss a single Sunday.

Cynthia Freeman-Clay is a dynamic and gifted woman of God whose gifts and callings know no end. Under the pastorate leadership of Dr. Manuel L. Scott, Sr (Calvary Baptist Church) and her parents Alvin and Leola Freeman, the anointing on Cynthia’s life was recognized at the early age of four. Understanding the weight of the anointing on her life, her parents and pastor taught her the importance of stewarding her gifts and kept her actively engaged in the work of the ministry. During her early childhood, Cynthia was a devoted member of the children’s choir and the children’s usher board. When she entered her teenage years, the gift of teaching began to develop and she was assigned to teach in the nursey department and later began working with the youth during Vacation Bible School.

As an adult Cynthia was called to work and serve under the pastorate leadership of L. Daniel Williams and the Baptist Church of the New Covenant in Norwalk, Ca. During her time, there she passionately served as a member of the Unity and Mass Choirs, the Pastoral Support Ministry, the Women’s Ministry, the Director of the Children’s Church Department and as one of Bible Institute teachers for both the young adult and adult population.

After relocating to Beaumont, Ca. She was led to join Living Way Christian Fellowship in Moreno Valley, Ca. under the pastorate of Harold K. Webber. Cynthia serves as co-coordinator of the Marriage Ministry, works on the hospitality committee, works with the volunteers and new member’s ministry. She also continues to serve the Lord through her gift of singing as a member of the Living Way praise team.

Cynthia is currently completing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business and is a member of the International Business Honor Society. She is also a member of the Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. Ladera Heights Chapter where she serves as 2nd vice president and chairperson for the March of Dimes. She was recently elected as the Area VI Top Teen Advisor. Cynthia is a woman who believes in building God’s Kingdom through the gifts, talents, skills and abilities that He has placed within her, and she will continue to serve the Lord with her who heart as long as she lives.

Cynthia is married to Corbin Clay. She is the mother of two incredible daughters, Ta Mia & Ta Lese Morrow and is a proud GranGran to her beautiful and amazingly talented grandchildren DaKari Veals, 13 & Reigne Holloway, 6.

The Women’s Celebration Series has taken place each Sunday in March with a different and unique speaker bringing forth the Word each week. You don’t want to miss a single speaker.

Come hear the dynamic words from these phenomenal Women of God each Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

VCC is delighted about Women’s HerStory Month and is inviting the community to come out and celebrate with them. Make sure to bring a friend or two. The celebration will take place at the church’s temporary worship center at the Inland Valley News’ Conference Center located at 2009 Porterfield Way, Suite C, Upland, CA 91786.

For more information, directions or transportation please contact the church office at (909) 981-1195.