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Greetings Saints and Friends,


I am excited as we, the North Carolina Diocese, are preparing to experience a mighty move of God, during our 2024 State Assembly, which is our 85th Holy Gathering. We are fasting and praying that the power of the Holy Ghost will fill each session with miracles, signs and wonders. We pray that all attendees will receive the blessings that they are so desperately in need of.

The theme for this gathering is: “The Wonderworking Power of the Almighty God Can Still Do the Impossible." The Aim: To encourage all humanity that regardless of the issues we face, God is with us to make all things work together for our good. Scripture Text: Matthew 19:26, Ephesians 3:20 and 2 Peter 1:3-10.

The world that we live in is filled with so many issues that separate us, that it seemingly has become the new normal to be separated. The political landscape has plagued the laws of the land, failing to separate right from wrong. It is written, "Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" Isaiah 5:20. The flock of God has been scattered by the indiscretions and wayward thinking of mankind, through what we know to be sin.  These modern-day tactics of the enemy have caused many to reason and rationalize our actions and making them justifiable. These sin-driven decisions have truly separated God from the school, workplace and even the church. When we allow sin to enter into the issues of our lives, we can no longer commune with God as we once did. Romans 6:12-13 says, "Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof. Neither yield ye your members as instruments of unrighteousness unto sin: but yield yourselves unto God, as those that are alive from the dead, and your members as instruments of righteousness unto God.


When we realize that sin is the separator from man to God, we will no longer allow the issues that surround us to break up the family, the church and the like. Lord, make us one, in such a time as this.


As we fellowship throughout this gathering of attendees from far and near, let us remember that only the wonderworking power of the Almighty God can do whatsoever we ask or think. May the worship and praise ignite the fire within; and our application of the Word of God to our everyday life bring us closer as a family, as a church... and as a people, all to hear God say, "Well done."

Let us all examine ourselves so that when we leave this holy gathering, God shall have filled us with the knowledge of truth and understanding. In spite of the calamities of our minds and actions from our hearts, Lord, make us one, in such a time as this.

My continued prayers are with each of you, and I pray blessings be upon you and your families. Lord, make us one, in such a time as this.

On behalf of all of us within the Diocese of North Carolina, WELCOME!!!


Your humble servant,

Bishop Charlene M. Jamison

Jurisdictional Prelate

Bishop Charlene M. Jamison

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