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Wanda is a mighty prayer warrior and cares about you.   Join her every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. for Intercessory Prayer.  She also cares about the members of Charis by managing our Card Ministry.  She brings a smile to your face every time you see her.
Beverly Scott is the leader of the Voice of Courage ministry.  This is a support group for anyone who has been the victim of abuse, whether sexual, verbal, physical or mental. At this group, you have freedom to share whatever it is you want to share without feeling judged or ashamed. This group will give you the voice to speak up and release the pain that you have been carrying. This is a Christian support group where we support one another. It is not licensed counseling. 

Allen Meaney, Sound and Reach Out Ministry

Beverly Scott, Voice of Courage


Wanda Hughes, Intercessory Prayer

Diane has a wide background in church leadership, including Women's Ministry, Youth Sunday School, Awanas, and helping with Outreaches. She has brought this experience to Charis by leading our Women's Ministry and managing our social media.   She also volunteers at Be Finally Free, Inc. mailing Bible Studies to inmates.

Our Leadership Team

Diane Sims, Women's Ministry and Social Media

Tony and Barbara Hass, Pastors

Tony is a dedicated Pastor and teacher of the Word.  He has been in the ministry since 1982 and has served as a Youth Pastor, Associate Pastor, vocalist, and an Administrator/Instructor at a School of Ministry. He has his Bachelors in Ministry and is ordained with the Independent Assembly of God International.  Barbara has served in a variety of ministries since1984, including women's ministries and Sunday School.  Her passion at Charis is the children overseeing all ministries related to Children's Church and youth.
Allen has been a leader in many  ministries in Bakersfield.  He is currently serving as our leader of Sound.  He is also the leader of  Reach Out Ministry.  Through this ministry, he visits cancer patients to encourage them, give them hope, and pray with and over the patients.