Dr. Chino L. Walters is the Senior Pastor and establishmentarian of the Greater Morning Star Apostolic Church of Waldorf, Maryland. He is a licensed and ordained minister with the Apostolic Faith Fellowship International, Inc. (AFFI). He serves in many capacities on both local and international levels, such as a member of the AFFI Convention Management Team, Director of Information Technology, and Director of Ecclesiastical Protocol...
Your Family is Our Family
At Greater Morning Star Apostolic Church, our mission is very simple: to spread the love of Jesus Christ in the Greater Waldorf community and surrounding area by promoting a life-changing Gospel of redemption and salvation through holistic ministry. It is our desire to touch the hearts of the broken and to empower the community at large by serving as a place for change, growth, purpose, comfort, and refuge for all mankind.
Our vision is to be a centralized location that serves as a beacon of hope, protection, and service to the local community. We aim to provide a facility where multi-generations can grow together and discover a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. All the while, our focus is on the discipleship of new believers. As a community church, we are not an isolated group of churchgoers, but we are community activists that are committed to meeting the needs of our community.
As a central location in the community, we will have the opportunity to welcome hundreds of families and visitors to the area every year, providing them with traditional and contemporary styles of praise and worship to cater to the diversity of the community. Kingdom building is at the forefront of our vision, however. Our vision will continue to expand and grow more profound as we partner with our community and learn more about their diverse needs.
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6, KJV).
Sow & Grow Building Fund Campaign
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SOW & GROW CAMPAIGN PHASE I
Partner with Greater Morning Star Apostolic Church as we launch our Sow & Grow Building Fund Campaign. Our goal is to raise $400,000 or more over the next 8 to 16 months. Your financial gift and generosity will help us to erect a worship facility where the community and multi-generations can grow and worship together as we minister holistically to our most precious resources, the people. Help our vision and give.
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VISION SUPPORTER: Your gift of $500 will help bring our vision into complete manifestation. 800 gifts desired.
BRICK SUPPORTER: Your gift of $300 will help us launch the construction phase. 1,330 gifts desired.
SEED SUPPORTER: Your gift of $200 will help us launch the development pre-construction phase. 2,000 gifts desired.
GROUND SUPPORTER: Your gift of $100 will help us launch the design and discovery phase. 4,000 gifts desired.
Sow & Grow Building Fund Campaign Phase I
Elect Lady Tamara C. Walters
Támara C. Walters is the first lady of Greater Morning Star Apostolic Church of Waldorf, Maryland. She is a dedicated wife to Pastor Walters and a loving mother to their three beautiful children. Lady Walters is an advocate for spiritual empowerment and enjoys inspiring others to live to their fullest potential in Christ. As a successful entrepreneur, she has launched four small businesses and has had the opportunity to educate young women around the nation about the godly pursuit of their entrepreneurial goals…
“Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life” (Romans 6:4, KJV).
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“Prayer is not a feeling; it is a decision.”
Dr. Chino L. Walters
“We can never make God bigger than what he is; we have to learn to see God bigger in our situations.”
Dr. Chino L. Walters
“Faith gives you sight beyond what you see with your natural eyes.”
Dr. Chino L. Walters
“We must focus our worship toward God and not the feeling we get when we worship. Some worship for the feeling rather than the fact that He is God.”