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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.      

   PO BOX 470734, Los Angeles, California  90047   

 

 

Let us remember that we all come from the same Mother,

and know that we are all sisters. 

Hello My African Sister!

... Iyabo Yijidie Auset

 

            

The Ankh                                                       The Symbol of Life                                   Woman's Consciousness!

  You Are Invited to our           Sunday services  ON ZOOM      

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 our kindness, compassion, understanding, wisdom and love.   

 Woman's Church live IS  CLOSED DUE TO COVID19

  Sunday Mornings at 8:30 A.M.

ON ZOOM

PO BOX 470734

Los Angeles, CA   90047

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Email Address:  firstwomanschurchla@gmail.com

323-942-7869

 Woman's  Church on the internet

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8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. Sunday Mornings


 

 

Meeting ID 919 413 7394

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PLEASE CALL 323-942-7869

 

Note:  To join by Zoom, you will need to download the Zoom App.

 Or If you wish to save time, you can download the Zoom App (free version) from your browser in advance of the meeting

(testing your audio and video in advance will also be helpful). 

Morning Service rituals

  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, Energize

Let Our Visions, Crystallize

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

 

At The 1st Woman's Church

in the City of the Angels

 

We call Her

""  The FIRST Woman ""

 

 

 

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 Brown  The Color for October

 

 

 

 

  October theme: Family Unity       

  10/3

 Prayer Circle – Nurah Allah

Gemstone Awakening

 Rev. Akosua Hobert

10/17

"Deliver Her" Part 2

 Rev. Dr. Crystal Bujol

10/24

“Ballad of the Land Changers”

… A new look at family

Rev. Dr. A. Hasani Perry

10/31

Book Sharing – Nurah Allah

firstwomanschurchla@gmail.com

$FWCLA

We look forward to your presence.

 Rev. Akosua

 

                          

                                                                                                               

The Stone for October: Tiger's Eye

How to Use Tiger's Eye for the Best Results

By wearing the tiger's eye as jewelry, you are keeping the stone’s energy close to your chakra, making it more effective.

There is more than one tiger's eye chakra to consider in this instance, too.

As well as the sacral and root chakra, the tiger's eye also connects to the solar plexus, and this means that this stone connects to and encourages your deepest and most intimate emotional and spiritual aspects.

As well as the perhaps obvious sensual connotations, tiger's eye will help you learn to trust your gut and connect to your instincts.

The chakras connected to the stone are your deepest and truest self, and you can connect to the world around you in exciting new ways – success and abundance, but also pleasure and relaxation – through effective use of tigers’ eye energy.

It’s best to wear a tiger's eye as a ring, a bracelet, or a pendant so that it will always be close to your body.

A tiger eye bracelet is a particularly wonderful way of giving you all of the benefits of this crystal. It will help soothe aching joints too, which is especially important if you work with computers a lot, or otherwise need to keep yourself limber.

However, because the tiger's eye is so versatile, there is no right or wrong way of using it. You can place it in your home, keep it close to you physically, or even put it beneath your pillow to ensure that messages and visions that come through in dreams are experienced more fully.

What’s important is the proximity to the stone – it’s how to persuade the energies of the tiger’s eye stone to connect to you the best.

Keep it in your purse or your pocket so that its healing vibrations will always be near your body. You can also hold your tiger's eye stone in your hands when you pray or meditate.

If you don’t want to wear it on your body, you can put it in the south corner of your room, your house, or your office to promote activity, love, warmth, illumination, and enthusiasm.

 

CrystalsAndJewelry.com

          Quote for the month

Be aware that who you are and

what you have to offer can be a beacon to some lost soul.

By Iyanla Vanzant

Rev. Akosua Hobert

Senior Minister

1st Woman's Church

               Closing Prayer

 

Gentle Woman,

Peaceful Dove,

Teach Us Wisdom,

Teach Us Love.

From Hail Mary Full of Grace by Carey Landry

Rev. Dr. A. Hasani Perry                      Pastor Emerita

        Dean, School of Ministry

  Science of YOUR Mind Professor

Rev. Megashia Jackson          Associate Minister

 Rev. Dr. Ayanna Davis          Associate Minister

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The Jessie Mae Chris(t) Coloring Book Game By Crystal Clarity Bujol

   Rev. Dr. Crystal Bujol                    Founder  

First Woman's Church, 1986

InnerCircle Church of Graduate Christians, 1980 
 

iNNER cIRCLE uNIVERSITIY 1998

  NURAH ALLAH                   GODDEss herstorian  

   Jessie Mae Chris(t)   written by        FWC Founder   Rev. Dr.                    Crystal Bujol

Available on Amazon

         Rev. Erica Byrd                    Affiliate  Minister

  Her Story - Our Stories 

His Story, Her Story, Photos, Tributes, and Memories

have been moved to the top of the page titled:  Her Stories