SINGLES OPENLY LOVING ONESELF
S.O.L.O. " SINGLES OPENLY LOVING ONESELF " is a Singles Ministry here at The Greater Faith Church of Deliverance that has been purposed to help Christian Single Adults grow in their spiritual, social, and personal lives as they walk together in unity to know the importance of intimacy with God.
POWER OF ONE SINGLES CONFERENCE
FEBRUARY 7 - 14, 2021
Join us the Singles Ministry of The Greater Faith Church of Deliverance for our upcoming annual "Power of One" Singles Conference 2021. This conference will feature various teachings to empower all singles to become BETTER in year 2021. We are shifting, creating the model and setting the standard for better in the kingdom of God! Please explore the page for the agenda, specific times, and further details. We hope to see you there!
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Join Pastor Mark Q. Carter Sr. in-person for a kick-off special teaching. (Held for GFCD Singles "ONLY" !!! )
Singles Night Thrive
Tune in virtually for a special "LIVE" Monday Singles Night Thrive Bible Study with Minister Lisa Carter.
Singles Answering the Calling
Do you have a calling to the "Preach Ministry?" Tune in for a virtual teaching with Bishop Designate Gabriel J. Hatcher Sr.
Singles Day Sessions
Join us virtually for 3 Power - Packed Day Sessions with teachings presented by Minister Keemah Gordon, Evangelist Lady Karen Hatcher & our very own 1st Lady Kimberly Carter.
Join us for our Singles Sunday In-Person Worship Service with our Singles Director, Minister Tisha Holt.
in-person open seating
GFCD will be offering open In-Person Seating for Singles Sunday Worship.
SEATS ARE FIRST COME - FIRST SERVE!
- NO RESERVATION REQUIRED -
QUICK IN-PERSON WORSHIP TIPS:
GFCD will be following CDC guidelines and enforcing social distancing measures to keep all attendees safe while worshiping.
Practice physical distancing and stay 6 feet apart.
Wear a mask or face covering in at all times and please avoid touching your face.
Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow or a tissue, then throw your tissue in the trash.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 complete seconds.
Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not readily available.
Stay home if you are feeling sick and avoid close contact with people who are sick.
STAY SAFE. STAY HEALTHY. STOP THE SPREAD!