This was established in 1923 following a decision taken at the second general meeting of the women’s guild in Lagos under the leadership of the Mrs Melville Jones, Wife of the then Bishop of Lagos.
LAGOS MAINLAND DIOCESAN
Girls and Ladies Guild
The Lagos Mainland Diocese Girls and Ladies Guild was established August 23rd 2006 on the inauguration of the Lagos Mainland Diocese with Mrs Bassey Akinde as the First Diocesan President
The Guild was intended to be an umbrella group for all unmarried girls and ladies within the Anglican Communion. Membership is open to all baptized girls and ladies in the church.
To build up the girl child into complete womanhood from the days of her youth to be socially cultured, intellectually dynamic, morally upright and spiritually active.
To have on ground a formidable relationship with God and one another through regular fellowship, interpersonal relationship, training, retreats and seminars.
“Shine Your Light”
Girls and Ladies Guild Unit
|The Royal Maidens||1-12 years' old|
|The Royal Crusaders||13-18 years’ old|
|The Homemaker||19 years and above|
Every 2nd and last Sundays of the month.
Venue: Sunday School Hall
|Mrs Ijeoma Onwuakpa||President Girls and Ladies Guild|
|Mrs Lechi Ukachukwu
|Clergy Wives, Co-ordinator Girls and Ladies Guild|
|Mrs Nnoye Oguama||Lay Co-ordinator|
|Miss Belonwu Chinwe||Co-ordinator|
|Miss Odenigbo Kenechukwu||Assist Co-ordinator|
|Miss Amarachi Ekeh||Secretary|
|Miss Anowai Amaka||Assist Secretary|
|Miss Anyaso Juliet||Fin Secretary|
|Miss Ugwu Chinenye||Assist Fin Secretary|
|Miss Ngozi Ogbuehi||Treasurer|
|Miss Adaeze Uwa||Starlet Co-ordinator|
|Miss Joy Hamilton||Assist Starlet Co-ordinator|
|Miss Victoria Akin-George||Welfare|
|Miss Jenifer Odinikaeze||P.R.O|