The words “auxiliary” or “department” shall be applicable to the following: ICEA, IPYPU, IMCWA, IMWWA, IHP, ISPA, IUB, IWA, IMD and IMSA.
International Missionary & Christian Women
President: Dr. Charlotte Parker; Director: Bishop Charles Finnell
The International Missionary and Christian Women’s Auxiliary was established in 1934 to provide spiritual programming, encouragement and enrichment to women in the P.A.W., Inc. Our purpose is to inspire women of all ages and backgrounds to maintain the worship of God, develop a passion for righteousness, live a life of holiness and demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ to those in need.
International Christian Education
President: Dr. Barbara Payne; Director: Bishop Alfonso Madden
The purpose of the Christian Education Auxiliary is to promote Christian Education and effect spiritual, numerical and financial growth in member schools and associations that we might carry out the divine commission, “Go ye therefore and teach all nations.”
International Minister’s Wives & Minister’s Widows
President: First Lady Evangelist Barbara Scott Golder; Director: Bishop Sherman Merritt
The purpose of the International Minister’s Wives and Minister’s Widows Auxiliary is to unite wives and widows of our Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. ministers into a common fellowship for support, encouragement and personal growth. To provide programs of excellence that will educate, inform and inspire them to the highest degree of spiritual, intellectual, and social development. To also provide each ministers’ wife with an opportunity to gain confidence and experience through expression and exercise of her talents and skills on the International level. Ultimately preparing ministers’ wives and widows for greater and more effective service to God, their husbands, and their congregations.
International Men’s Ministry Auxiliary
President: District Elder Tommie R. Hughes; Director: Bishop Mark C. Tolbert
The purpose of the Men’s Ministry is to foster the spirit of brotherhood throughout the membership of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, and to assist the International Organization in any profitable way to spread the Gospel of Christ more effectively.
International Usher Board
President: Evangelist Nona C. Fortineaux
The purpose of this auxiliary is to (1) provide supportive services to the Presiding Bishop, the Board of Bishops and the Convention Coordinators in carrying out the various phases of each program scheduled for the night sessions; (2) to render ushering service every night of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World General Session; (3) to minimize distractions during the sacred moments of delivery of the Word and the Call to Discipleship.
International Single People’s Auxiliary
President: Evangelist Cherlyn Williams
The purpose of the International Single People’s Auxiliary is to elevate the level of recognition of its base purpose, which is to serve the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World in its ability to reach its single constituents and meet their needs in a manner that brings about solutions.
International Deaf Ministry
President: Evangelist Bertha Brown
The purpose of the International Deaf Ministry is sharing the gospel with Deaf people. There are two ways in which we seek to do this, (1) providing on site teaching for Deaf people in order to inspire them to grow in the knowledge of the Lord, and (2) to train interpreters in Deaf ministry and interpreting. Our goal is to assist churches who have or who are interested in having a Deaf ministry.
International Missions Department
Chairman: Suffragan Bishop Gregory S. Irvin, Sr.
The purpose of the International Missions Department is to assure that all nations receive the gospel message, the hope of Jesus Christ is shared and the love of God is experienced through religious, educational and health outreaches; the provision of financial and other resources for global works; training those with global responsibilities, indigenous leaders and international missionaries; as well as international emergency relief and sustainable development projects. We are the oldest department of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. We are committed to fulfilling the great commission of Jesus Christ to “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:38)
International Music & Sacred Arts
International Minister of Music: Minister Sherman Merritt, Jr.
It is the mission of the International Music & Sacred Arts Department to usher in the presence of God, to achieve UNITY in oneness of worship; to uplift the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc; and to strategically attract the International community.
Convention Evangelism & Outreach Services
Director: Pastor Tyrone Kaiser
Our purpose is to go into all the world to reach souls for Christ Jesus; teach souls about the ways of God; preach to souls the word of God; bind up the brokenhearted; set at liberty those who are bound; speak deliverance, peace, hope, joy, and faith to all mankind; and offer salvation according to the word of God: repentance, water baptism in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the infilling of the gift of the Holy Ghost according to the Holy Writ as stated in the book of Acts.
International Young Peoples Union
President: Evangelist Freda Morrison; Director: Bishop Lance R. Foster
International Health Professionals
President: Etloya Frazier
International Wayfarers Auxiliary
President: Dr. Olivia Burkett, Ph.D.
The chief purpose of the International Wayfarers Auxiliary (IWA) is to involve the laity, and other interested persons in the work of the Lord for our international organization, The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), Inc. The International Wayfarers Auxiliary is committed to serving the Parent Body, and its auxiliaries, in any supportive role deemed necessary to further the cause of Christ. Through yearly dues, special fund-raising events, and contributions, we gather resources to support scholarships to Aenon Bible College and other four-year universities.
We strive to promote literary works in Pentecost, preserve the history of our organization, and conduct health seminars for older adults. We also grant achievement awards for excellence and outstanding service within the PAW. The Wayfarers have become an integral part of the PAW, enhancing its ideals and principles.