Super Stars of the Almighty God
Vision: To change the heart of the poor and homeless to be one of Super Stars and be an inspiration for them to reach their plans and goals for the future.
The Once-A-Month Church community outreach (2006-March 2016) was the place that God birthed the name, Super Stars. The poor and homeless would no longer be recognized as poverty, but Super Stars, people who overcome severe obstacles every day of their lives!
Dorothy Wellington Ministries is non-denominational and open to people from every walk of life, race, genders and background. The park meetings of the Once-A-Month Church changed in order to promote more spiritual growth, self-esteem building and teachings that would enable the poor and homeless to become better equipped in reaching their life goals and plans to the first Saturday meeting with The Just God Academy at Denny's Restaurant. The poor and homeless are joined with others who are desiring to make changes in their lives and learn to live each day in peace, love and joy!
"We Care About People"
We are fulfilling God's commission to "Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation." (Mark 16:5). Jesus spoke concerning one lost sheep, "In the same way our Father in Heaven is not willing that any of these little ones should be lost." (Matthew 18:12-14).
The Once-A-Month Church was honored for its community work on News 12 Hero Central in February 2010 and interviewed by Lin Sue Cooney.
"I have a dream that one day a person will arrive in our City and ask, "Where are all the homeless people?"
The resident will reply,
"We care about people and found a way to help."
"We are One World One People united together by
the Design of One God."