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2/18/22 Chapter Friday with Alfred Watts (IN-PERSON and Virtual)
February 18, 2022 @ 6:30 am - 8:15 am
On February 18, the brudders of NCS New Canaan will gather IN-PERSON as a community of men for some fellowship and fun. We will welcome Pastor Alfred D. Watts. Pastor Watts is the Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Christian Center in Milford, CT. Pastor Watts left a successful corporate legal career in 2001 to lead Cornerstone after asking God one of those “dangerous questions”.
IN-PERSON CHAPTER FRIDAY
Come join your brudders at the Ten Twenty Post Oyster Bar and Bistro.
- Breakfast begins at 6:30am.
- Meeting begins promptly at 7:00am and will conclude no later than 8:15am.
- Cover charge- $20
- As with all NCS events, attendance represents a commitment to honor our gatherings as a “safe place”–“everything said here stays here”. (It goes without saying that no cameras or recording devices are permitted.)
- We will NOT be requiring vaccine “passports” or policing mask requirements. If you are not comfortable, please consider the ZOOM option. ALL BRUDDERS ARE ASKED TO COMPLY WITH LEGAL AND ANY TEN TWENTY MASK REQUIREMENTS, WHETHER YOU AGREE WITH THEM OR NOT.
VIRTUAL CHAPTER FRIDAY
- We will try to broadcast the speaker on Zoom. NO GUARANTEES!!
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Alfred D. Watts is the Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Christian Center in Milford, CT. Pastor Watts left a successful corporate legal career in 2001 to lead Cornerstone. Pastor Watts has the heart of a shepherd. God has gifted him with the ability to teach, preach, counsel and lead. He has a heart to see the Body of Christ fully equipped to do the work of the Lord.
A native of New Haven, CT, began ministering the Word of God in 1993, while attending the Howard University School of Law. In 1995, he graduated from law school and moved to Milford, CT with his new wife, Akiba. Pastor Watts served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Ellen Bree Burns of the United States District Court in New Haven, CT. Being newlyweds, Pastor Watts and Akiba were searching for a church to call home and in which they could grow. The Lord led them to Cornerstone Christian Center where they quickly joined the church and began serving. He served as the Youth Director for five years while practicing corporate law in New York City, first as an associate at Davis, Polk & Wardwell and then as in-house counsel at Mitsubishi Chemical America, Inc. in New York.
In October 2000, Pastor Watts cried out to the Lord, “I want to know what you can do with one man completely sold out to you!” One month later, he was asked to become the Senior Pastor of Cornerstone. Pastor Watts left the legal profession and was officially installed as Senior Pastor on June 17, 2001.Pastor Watts and Akiba currently reside in Hamden, CT with their two sons, Avery and Anderson.