Rice to speak at Shiloh Baptist ‘Woman’s Day’ event

May. 17, 2013 @ 09:26 PM

 

Shiloh Baptist Church will host “Woman’s Day” at 11 a.m. on Sunday. The guest preacher will be the Rev. Brenda Taylor Rice.

A Vance County native, she is the daughter of Mary Stovall. She graduated from Vance Senior High and Shaw University. She studied art and audio visual aid at Alamance Community College in Burlington, earning a B.A. degree in mass communications with a minor in art appreciation.

An accomplished artist, her art work has been displayed in exhibits at Abigayle’s Bookstore, the student center at Vance-Granville Community College, and the Artspace Art Museum in Raleigh, as well as those locally sponsored by Kerr Lake Art Society, Vance County Colorfest and First Presbyterian Church. In 2007, her work was featured in Spectacular Magazine which is published in Durham.

She is also a psalmist/songwriter. In 1979, several of her songs were recorded by the Interdenominational Mass Choir in Raleigh and the Company of Prophets of Creedmoor. In 1984, she organized the Voices of Life Choir under the direction of the late Mark Joyner. Her first recording was “I Know It’s the Spirit of Jesus” and her most recent song is entitled “Send It Down.”

Her inspirational writings include “The Bread of Life,” “Staying in the Way (A Guide for New Converts),” “Sweet Peas,” and “Catch That Phrase.”

She has served as a worship leader and a Bible study teacher. She has also worked with numerous projects in inner cities in the United States. During the last six years, her ministry has expanded to Oaxaca, Mexico; Mumbai, India; Guyana, South America; and Nigeria, West Africa.

Married to Pastor Seamon Rice Jr., she is actively involved in his ministry at New Covenant Faith Ministries.

All are invited to attend.