MOULTRIE — The Evergreen McBurrows Missionary Society of Grant Chapel A.M.E. Church will be hosting its Annual Missionary Day on Sunday, Aug. 10, at 3 p.m.

The theme for the occasion is “Women On a Mission For God.” The speaker and the Woman of the Hour is Wilma Hadley of Moultrie.

Hadley, a native of Colquitt County, is the daughter of Jeanette I. Bender and the late Willie R. Harris and the step-daughter of the late Daniel Bender. She is also the adopted daughter of Deacon George Walker and Teretha Walker. She is married to Terry Hadley of Moultrie and they have one daughter, Alexis.

She attended public school in Moultrie and graduated from Moultrie Senior High. She also attended Valdosta State University, Fort Valley State University and graduated from Moultrie Technical College as a word processing specialist. She is planning to attend Brewton-Parker College in the fall to major in ministry.

She is currently employed by the Colquitt County Board of Commissioners as deputy clerk of the Superior Court criminal division under the supervision of Carolyn M. Brazel, Clerk of Courts.

She is a member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the Rev. Alfred Jones and his wife, Deloanne, where she attends Sunday school, services, Bible study, and sings in the gospel choir. The choir is led by Vera Mosers, Meg Gibson and Ann Bell. She is also a servant and evangelist for the Feed the Hungry Ministry held at Friendship Church every second Saturday of each month. She is affiliated with other ministries such as Hope House Visual Bible Story Ministry along with Tammy Connally, the S.W.A.T. Ministry, and For Jesus and a Street Revival. She is a prayer warrior and intercessor, and a member of the South Georgia Christians Women’s Conference Advisory Board, founded and established by Pamela Strong Simmons.



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