- Morris speaks at workshop and gives Sunday's message on Oct. 16-17th -
( BLACK PR WIRE) ( October 4, 2010) There are numerous women of God living and working to promote God’s will. This is the resounding theme of the Church of the Open Door’s Women’s Weekend 2010, scheduled from Saturday, October 16th through Sunday, October 17th. Both events will be held at the Church of the Open Door, located at 6001 NW 8th Avenue in Miami, Florida.
The power and praise filled event will consist of two sessions: a FREE workshop on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Workshop presenters will include Bernadette A. Morris, CEO, founder and owner of Sonshine Communications; Rev. Vanessee J. Burns; and Rev. Dr. Sheila Guillaume. The Sunday Service, which begins at 10:30 a.m. features a message by Bernadette Morris.
“I am excited about what the Lord has to share at this Women’s Weekend,” says Morris. “It’s going to enlightening, informative and loads of spiritual fun!”
A devout Christian and role model, Morris is recognized for providing and delivering effective marketing, media and public/community outreach services on a daily basis to her many clients consisting of corporations, social service organizations, government agencies, and churches/ministries.
In addition to creating Sonshine, she also owns Black PR Wire, America’s FIRST and LARGEST black news media distribution service, and is the creator/owner of Women Grow Strong, a 501 (c) 3 Christian-based organization that sows seeds of mercy, grace, provision and love into the hearts and souls of women seeking empowerment, self esteem and confidence.
The Church of the Open Door, United Church of Christ, is a steady growth church which has a rich legacy and history spanning over fifty years. Its mission is to holistically empower the members of its church and community, while serving as an Oasis of Resources for those who are in a Desert of Need. South Floridians are encouraged to visit the church, where the doors are always open in the spirit of Christian love.
Registration is required for the Saturday workshop. To register, call 305-759-0373. Donations will be welcomed at the event. For more information on Bernadette Morris, please contact Sonshine at 305-948-8063 or 1-877-BLACKPR.