Masters and Debutante Ball : LUSENET : A.M.E. Today Discussion : One Thread

A little while ago Bill Dickens posted a question about the Debutante and Masters ball. I am still new to the denomination and I would like to know what they are. Perhaps this is something our church can do? Joy in Christ!

-- Anonymous, June 10, 2002


Rev. Rogers, If you would forward your mailing address to me at my email address, I will send you a copy of the DMC material so you can implement this "Introduction to Christian Society" program in your church. While the DMC operates as a seperate component group, it comes under the auspices of the Christian Education Department.

-- Anonymous, June 11, 2002

The Christian Debutante-Master Dedication Commission is not a Debutante ball but rather a rite of passage in the A.M.E. Church. The DMC WAS Organized in 1972 BY Dr. Julma Crawford. The DMC is focused on the period of transition from adolescence to adulthood. The purpose of the DMC is to provide guidance and information as to revelant study of fieldwork activities, program suggestions, liturgical requirements, and all other details. For additional info please feel free to contact me. Loretta Hill,Administrator Christian Debutante-Master Dedication Commission

-- Anonymous, June 25, 2002


I am the Teen Ministry Leader at my church and I would love to implement the Debutante and Masters Ball into our program. If at all possible may I receive a copy of the materials.

Yours in Christ, Gwendolyn V. Payne

-- Anonymous, June 26, 2003

Thank you for wanting to be a part of the DMC! Connectional officer Loretta Hill is the administrator for the DMC and she is in philly at the moment for connectional meetings. She will return next week.

Please see the debutante-masters commission website

I know she will be thrilled to hear from you. Her email address is on the site. God bless

-- Anonymous, June 26, 2003

I am a youth leader at my church and would love information about the DMC to submit to my pastor. God bless.

-- Anonymous, December 24, 2003

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