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Douglas Ahamefula
elderDouglas-AhamefulaThe Director of the Intercessory Prayer Ministry. He has a strong personal devotion to prayer and a sincere desire to see the church be devoted to intentional, prophetic-driven prayer. Brother Douglas is a firm believer in healing prayer. He is also the Coordinator of our International Fellowships and assists with hospital and home visitation. Brother Douglas has been a tremendous blessing in helping to bridge the gap between the African and American cultures. He has been serving in these capacities at Victory for over 19 years.
 
Pasquale Granata
elderPasquale-GranataThe Director of Christian Education and Helps Ministries. His faithful service involves, coordinating the activities of a team of ushers that enhance the Sunday Service experience for visitors and members. The environment created by his team allows for many to feel welcomed, safe and relaxed while freely focusing on spiritual needs. Brother Pasquale has served in many ministry capacities since the founding of Victory. He and his wife, Carolyn, are part of the original group of families that helped to launch Victory in 1989.
 
Rev. Maureen Doyle
elderRevMaureen-A-DoylePastor Maureen has been a committed member of Victory since 1990 and has served on Pastoral Staff as Pastor of Evangelism and Outreach for over 22 years. She also serves as an Elder. She oversees the Care Ministry, which is comprised of Greeters, Café Hospitality Workers and Van Drivers. She has a heartfelt passion for sharing and proclaiming the gospel, especially to the homeless. She heads up the Compassion Ministries, which includes taking teams downtown Providence twice a month to pass out coffee and donuts, second Thursday of each month handing out sandwiches and drinks, and the preparation of a hot meal for the community on the last Thursday of each month in Victory’s Cafe. She also ministers at the Women's Maximum Security Prison in Rhode Island and has led dozens of mission teams to New York School of Urban Ministry to minister to the homeless. She has led missions teams to Haiti, Dominican, El Salvador and Mexico. Pastor Maureen has ministered in Africa and South America as well, and is a licensed minister with Elim Fellowship..
 
Brenard Rowe
elderBrenard-RoweServes as a member of Victory's dynamic worship team as a worship leader and instrumentalist. Brother Brenard gives leadership to those involved in the Sound Ministry as well. He also helps to bring clear communication between the African and American cultures. He has a passion to see the African people serve God whole-heartedly with their gifts and abilities. He has been a faithful and committed member of Victory for over 14 years.
 

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