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Word of Hope Ministries, Inc. has been serving this community for over twenty (20) years!

Word of Hope Ministries, Inc. – Milwaukee, WI

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Bishop C. H. & Mrs. P. McClelland Founder/President & Vice President

Word of Hope Ministries Inc. was started as a result of the vision of Bishop C. H. McClelland, who is the Pastor of Holy Cathedral Church Of God In Christ, Inc. Under the leadership of Bishop McClelland, Holy Cathedral has demonstrated a history of developing programs that responds to the human needs of the people in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. On May 5, 1996, the Word of Hope Family Technology Resource Center (WOHFRC)  officially opened its doors. In the spring of 1997, Bishop McClelland was asked to sit on a task force to develop Family Technology Resource in Milwaukee. As a result of this task force and the efforts of the Word of Hope’s Family Technology Resource Center, the first Family Technology Resource (FTRC) was placed in a community site. After a year of work and development, Word of Hope’s Family Technology Resource Center opened April 20th, 1998. The Word of Hope Ministries is a subsidiary of Holy Cathedral COGIC. WOHFRC, & FTRC are components of Word of Hope Ministries.

Contact Word of Hope Ministries, Inc. @ 414-447-1965

 
 
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4 comments on “Home Page/About Us

  1. Bonnie Hughlett

    This is really great for WOHFRC I thank God that I had the privilege to be a part of WOHFRC and Holy Catthedral COGIC kept up the great work Bishop and First Lady P.
    Be Blessed

    Love you all and miss you so much

    • Word of Hope Ministries, Inc.

      Thank you Mrs. Bonnie. Your comments mean a lot to Word of Hope.

  2. Anonymous

    I’m a member of Milwaukee IWOC (Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee). Milwaukee IWOC has recently written a report on abuse, neglect and exploitation in the Wisconsin prison system, we thought your group would be interested in seeing this and helping spread it widely. We used public records and the words of incarcerated people to try and present a systematic summary of a few (obviously not all) issues. You can read the full report here: https://wisconsinprisonvoices.org/actions/report-on-abuse-neglect-and-exploitation-in-the-wisconsin-doc-as-of-march-2019/ Let me know if you have questions, information that we could use for our next report, or would like to collaborate with us on organizing against prison slavery in Wisconsin.

    • Word of Hope Ministries, Inc.

      Please contact Rev. Leondis Fuller @414-447-1965

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