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*Description of Chicago WFWP Chapter

Appreciation and Welcome

January 30th, 2017
After more than 6 years of leading the Chicago WFWP chapter, investing her heart and sincerity to represent, lead, and work with WFWP in Chicago, Patricia Fliginger is taking on the role of an Adviser in the further development of the Chicago chapter.We sincerely thank Mrs. Fliginger for all her efforts, seen and unseen, especially in the area of collaborating and supporting our other affiliated/sister organizations in the Chicago area.The incoming chairwoman is Kathryn Davis, who has stepped forward to take on the position of WFWP chairwoman in Illinois/Chicago as of the beginning of January. Kathryn brings her own unique gifts and talents to the position. She will build on the foundation that has been created as we move toward our 2020 goals.A warm WELCOME to Kathryn Davis!
Patricia Fliginger, Kathryn Davis and all of us of the WFWP Chicago chapter turned out to support our WFWP fall bake sale on Sunday, October 30. It was a perfect opportunity to highlight the upcoming National Assembly by engaging our community with WFWP by delivering joy, sweetness, and love in full measure. The funds raised both helped benefit chapter activities and provided everyone with an amazingly positive experience of the essence of WFWP – service with a smile!The young ladies in the photos, or as we affectionately refer to them as our "Up and Coming Leaders," immediately pitched in. They created totally awesome original signs. They used their marketing skills to professionally man the tables. Offerings of delicious home-baked cookies, brownies, mochi, and cakes were tastefully made by ladies from…
Reflection by Rev Mama Joy, Rev. Joy Sigur-Ramza -- who went to the Table Top event held in Chicago and reported on in the June Logic of Love News.Greetings Sister Fannie Smith!You hosted a very unique show of table settings that you received/collected from the many parts of the world during your travels. In June 2016, I purchased a ticket from Evangelist Greta Myers to support the Mission of Sister Fannie Smith in her table sales to support WFWP’s Schools of Africa Project that she is directing in the US.After receiving a call from Sister Greta to please come out and see the beautiful tables, I reluctantly went to the Halsted address because my congested schedule did not allow much comfort, plus I felt that I had already purchased a…
The Chicago Chapter of WFWP, “Delivering” Gift Designs, and ACLC Women in Ministry joined efforts to collaborate and promote family values both here and in Africa. The International Table Top Gallery events held May 27 and 28 are being described as a very unique and “different” kind of attraction for Chicagoans. For one, the concept is the dream of a worldwide traveler and inspirational designer who for years has collected items new and seasoned with the desire to create “table tops,” from simple to elegant, with themes for every occasion. Secondly, WFWP and ACLC of Chicago feel that mothers should be encouraged to bring families back to the table; not only to share meals but also to share conversation, daily goals, challenges, and to work on solutions as a family.…
On Saturday, March 19, at the Life Center Church C.O.G.I.C. in Chicago, 120 people attended the American Clergy Leadership Conference (ACLC) Women in Ministry event with the theme, "Standing in the Gap for Families." The Chicago Chapter of WFWP proudly co-sponsored this event again this year, sharing the vision of Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon and President Angelika Selle. WFWP's efforts to bring this victory in Chicago included sending invitations to our friends and families and selling $30 tickets. Min. Fannie Smith, Director of WFWP USA Schools of Africa Project, graciously offered to be the Mistress of Ceremony for the event and to be responsible for decorations. The opening prayer was offered by Rev. Betty Tatalajski who came all the way from Tucson, Arizona to attend. Ms.Carrie Tonkumoh, Co-Coordinator of…
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