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The First Woman's Church

And The InnerCircle Church of Graduate Christians

          InnerCircle Family Church Established in 1980 -- Woman's Church Established in 1986         

       Rev. Dr. Crystal Clarity Bujol, Founder      

​      Services begin at 8:30 A.M.      

    7819 S. Western Ave, Los Angeles, California    323-559-5611  

As we remember that we all come from the same Mother,

we know we are all sisters. 

Hello My African Sister!

... Iyabo Yijidie Auset



The Ankh                                                       The Symbol of Life                                   Woman's Consciousness!

1st Woman's Church

Changing the Formula of Mother's Milk

1st Woman's Church

Honoring the FIRST Woman

Some call Her Lucy

Some call Her Denk Nesh

We call Her

""  The FIRST Woman ""

At The 1st Woman's Church

in the City of Angeles


   Rev. Dr. Crystal Bujol                    Founder  

First Woman's Church, 1986; InnerCircle Church of Graduate Christians, 1980; InnerCircle University, 1998

October Theme: Family Unity

         October Program



 6th    Prayer Circle-  Rev. Erica Byrd

 13th   Family Unity, Gemstone,

 Rev. Akosua Hobert-Pierce

 20th   Visions of Family Wellness  - Rhonda Kuykendall-Jabari

 27th   The Family Puzzle, Keeping it all Together- Rev. Erica Byrd

  You Are Invited to our           Sunday services 

Sunday Mornings at 8:30 A.M.

7819 South Western Avenue

(Enter from the Parking Lot)

Los Angeles, CA   90047
Phone:  323.559.5611
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Rev. A. Hasani Perry

​Senior Minister

1st Woman's Church

Dean, School of Ministry

Professor, Science of YOUR Mind


Rev. Hasani

THE COLOR FOR OCTOBER:                        Tigers Eye


Every thought sets the fulfillment of its desire in motion in Mind, and Mind sees the thing as already done - Ernest Holmes

Rituals of the Morning Service

 Welcome to The First Woman's Church where women come together to gain deeper insight into the soul of the Divine Woman Within.  

A holy space where we honor the four phases of womanhood.  

A sacred space where we honor ourselves, as sisters, and all of our children.  

A spiritual space where we practice changing the formula of Mother's Milk to feed humanity with the highest consciousness of kindness, compassion, wisdom and understanding.   



At 8:30 A.M.

We start with drumming ... and humming ... prayer and meditation. 

At 9:00 A.M.

Welcome the ancestors and  Tai Chi

At 9:30 A.M.

Candle Lighting Ritual

and Navajo Prayer Chant

At 10:00 A.M.

Music/ Presentation/ Discussion

 At 10:30 A.M.

We end with the affirmation:


“Strong Lady


Let Our Visions 




Special Sundays for Special People

You are welcome to invite your men-folk to the special family services on:

Anniversary Sunday which usually is last Sunday in February

Friends & Family Day (TBA),

and Christmas/Solstice

Gemstone For October - Tigers Eye

Power of Tiger’s Eye

Tiger’s eye is a stone of contradiction because it can both energize you and make you feel relaxed when you need peace and quiet, too.

Of all the different tigers eye metaphysical properties, this is perhaps the most surprising.

However, once you have knowledge of it under your belt, you can make this duality work in your favor.

Tiger’s eye brings clarity and foresight into even the most chaotic of life periods.

It’s a stone that will help ground you and make you understand what really matters in life.

It can restore the balance that you have lost.

Keeping life’s balance is one of tiger’s eye’s most practical attributes.

It will bring enlightenment into your life and ground you in a spiritual sense. It will boost your willpower and your energy levels to do what needs to be done.

It will reduce your anxiety and help you overcome feelings of discouragement that may arise when things start to get tough.

Tiger’s eye will teach you the value of patience, and to never give up on the pursuit of your dreams. Remember that it’s a stone of unwavering focus and determination.

And just like the tiger that only hunts and kills his prey only when he needs to, he does not take more than what he needs. He does not abuse his strength, his intelligence, and his power.

Rev. Akosua Hobert-Pierce

Associate Minister

1st Woman's Church

Rev. Erica Byrd​

Affiliate Minister

1st Woman's Church




Gentle Woman,

Peaceful Dove,

Teach Us Wisdom,

Teach Us Love.

From Hail Mary Full of Grace by Carey Landry

Prayer Circle


Mystical Marriage Ceremony Pictures 7.7.19

Rev. Megashia Jackson and Karen Rowley-Brooks



Rev. Dr. Hasani Perry


The Way We Were


Diane Modster

Rev. Megashia Jackson

 Diane, Femi is speaking

Ayanna, Khepera, and Diane

 Woman's Church  Anniversary 2017

Rev. Akosua in all green - surounded by Rev. Erica, Rev. Crystal and Rev. Hasani


A piece of history in the Anniversary photo on the left.

Rozanne Thompson (daughter-in-law), Rev. Crystal, Jeryl Thompson, Armond Keys (Grand-nephew)

Jeryl Thompson, first member of the original Board of Directors, supporting his Mother, when the InnerCircle Church was officially welcomed by the State of California to join the list of State and Federally approved Religious Sanctuaries.  From his work, investments, and son-shine, the First Woman's Church came forth.  Thank you dear son.  All of your mothers appreciate you! 

Rev. Akosua's Initiation

Herstoric Photo on the Left

Rev. Dr. Elaine Word served as minister of the Bay Chapter Woman's Church 1988.  Members from the Los Angeles Church, while staying at her home on the weekends we had services there, also conducted Enneagram classes and personal development workshops. Sunday Services were held at the Berkeley Unitarian Church.  Thank you Elaine for sharing your sanctuary for us to do our healing work up there!

                                 First Woman's Church Ministerial Graduation 1992 and Initiation

L-R 2nd row: Rev. Victoria Lee, Rev. Linda Hicks, Rev. Yvonne Stuckey, Rev. Betty Robinson, Rev. Covese Silken, Mother Mattie (1st row) Rev. Denise Cunningham-Reed, Dr. Crystal Bujol and Dr. A. Hasani Perry.


And we remember them with great love . . . 

Rev. Betty Robinson and Rev. Yvonne Stuckey


L-R) Dianne Modster, Tammy Williams, Rev. Margaret Tate, Joyce, Rev. Betty.  1st Row: Rev. Yvonne Stuckey, Rev. Covese Silken, Dr. Crystal Bujol, and Dr. Hasani Perry.  

One of the ways we were!     One of the Days we were -- together                                       with our beloved sisters!!

One of the ways we were!  One of the days we were -- together with our beloved sisters!!


Warming up our drums!


Rev. Yvonne

      R'Wanda Lewis


                                                  MEMORIES OF OPEN SUNDAYS WHEN MENFOLK COME TO VISIT

Jeryl Thompson and Son, Daniel 1985

Look closely at wall hanging. Photo taken when church

was held at Dr. Bujol's home.  Wall hanging of one of

the Egyptian Goddesses