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Led by 1st Lady Catherine Shaw  
OUR MISSIONis to fellowship in the spirit of sisterhood, sharing, caring,encouraging, empowering and supporting each other, through planned social events, networking and relevant activities for today’s women.   
OUR VISIONis to prepare the women of God for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be strengthened. Committed to humbling ourselves before God in prayer and continuously seeking His heart through which the Holy Spirit empowers and uses us to reach out to others in order to fulfill His divine purpose
W.O.W. meets every 3rd Saturday @ 1:00 PM
Catherine Shaw was born and raised in Guyana, South America. In 1992 she migrated  to Brooklyn New York. Ten years later she relocated to Florida where she currently resides with her husband Pastor Terrence Shaw and family . Catherine is the esteemed mother of six wonderful children Karen, Karl, Kester, Keon, Kenroy and Kia and grandmother of two adorable grandchildren Christian Jr. and Amya.
Catherine is a graduate of University of Phoenix, where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Business Management.  She is an advocate and firm believer of attaining higher education. She has been in ministry for 20 years during which time she has served as Youth Leader, Usher President, Deaconess and Finance officer. She is currently the First Lady of Mount Calvary Deliverance Church.
First Lady Shaw currently serves a help meet to her husband in ministry assisting primarily with the various auxiliary Women’s Ministries (Women of Worth). She also serves as the State Treasurer for the Florida District churches under the Mount Calvary Holy Churches of America and on the Executive Board of Tampa Bay Teens on a Mission; a Community Service Organization geared towards meeting the needs of those who are in need by assisting and supporting in transitioning to a productive and self-supportive lifestyle. In her spare time she enjoys shopping, decorating, cooking and listening to gospel.
First Lady believes in the words of our Lord Jesus
“It is more blessed to give than to receive” Acts 20:35