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Evangelism is the announcement, proclamation, and/or preaching of the gospel(1 Corinthians 15:1-4), the good news of and about Jesus Christ. Therefore, the gospel is a communicated message--communicated in verbal (Luke 7:22;Romans 10:14-17) and/or written (Luke 1:1-4) form.

The English word “evangelism” comes from the Greek word “euaggelion.” Most literally translated in the noun form, euaggelion means: “gospel” or “good news.” In the verb form “euaggelizesthai, the meaning of the word changes slightly to “announce” or “bring good news.” The Greek word in its various forms appears fifty-five times in the New Testament. In addition to the before-mentioned translations, the Greek word is also translated as “preach.”

Evangelism, the communication of the gospel message, includes a warning, an explanation, and a call. Evangelism includes warning people about sin and the consequences of sin (John 16:8; Acts 24:25; Revelation 20:11-15). It includes an explanation of God’s remedy for sin--the gospel (Acts 8:29-35; Romans 3:21-26; 2 Corinthians 5:21). And it includes the clear call to repent (to turn from sin and to turn toward God) and believe the gospel, by faith (Mark 1:15;Luke 13:1-5; Acts 17:29-31; Romans 1:17; Romans 10:9-13)

Evangelism, is the heart beat of God. Bishop Dr. Kenroy Cuffy and the members of Judah are committed to evangelizing the world for Jesus.

Meet Our First Lady and
Women's Director

Meet Our Youth and  
Descipleship Director

Evan. Gaylene Charles-Cuffy

 Min. Monique A. Lewis


To nurture youth and their families in Christian discipleship through worship, fellowship, study and mission.



The youth ministry of JWCM is an engaging and welcoming community for its youth and their friends that:

  • Surrounds youth with an unconditional love that fosters genuine relationships,

  • Anchors them in the joys and traditions of the Christian faith,

  • Energizes and equips them to extend the love of Christ to the world.




The foundation of every program and activity sponsored by our youth ministry is to help youth grow as disciples of Jesus Christ and to aid them in developing the morals of a Christ-centered faith.


Our ministry is grounded in the Bible, and its principles guide all our programs.


Our youth ministry is a place where youth, their parents and their leaders can be themselves and where people of different schools, races and backgrounds are genuinely welcomed and valued. 


A spirit of supportive openness pervades our youth ministry and provides youth with safe places and times to express their struggles and find encouragement among their peers and leaders.


Youth are highly invested in the planning and implementation of the youth ministry and they observe and create distinctive traditions that foster enthusiasm and pride in each setting of the youth program.


We foster an environment of respect for self, one another and God’s good creation. 


We bring an attitude of fun and uninhibited enthusiasm to every youth ministry event. 


We help youth build life long bonds with one another and with the members of their church family, offering times for sincere and meaningful sharing among youth, their advisors and mentors.


We show particular concern for those in need, both inside and outside our church, extending God’s grace and care freely and faithfully. 


We seek to know every JWCM youth personally and actively encourage them to participate in the life of the church.


Women's Ministry

 Vision and Mission Statement 

Philippians 4:4-8

The First Lady and women of JWCM wants to make every woman know that God is crazy about her and loves her no matter where she has come from or what she has done. As God's Choice Women we desire to grow more in love with God, His word and each other, and to demonstrate that love by the way we live.


Mission Statement

Through discipleship, Bible studies, worship, prayer, fellowship, love for one another and service, the God's Choice Women's ministry believes that God will transform us from ordinary to extraordinary women after God's own heart.

The Purpose of Missions

 The Great Commission was not given to missionaries, pastors, Jews, Gentiles or Americans. The Great Commission was given to the local church, which is made up of individual members. Therefore, missions involves local churches partnering with missionaries to fulfill the church’s responsibility to evangelize the world. To meet people wherever they are and help to understand their self worth and restore dignity to their lives through the word and love of God.

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