COTHA, Church of the Holy Apostles, Welcomes Antoinette Chew as Children’s Pastor

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Effective Sunday, March 17th, Mrs. Antoinette Chew becomes the Children’s Pastor at COTHA. Her objective is to provide an environment where children are encouraged to develop their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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"It is my greatest joy to teach children of all ages. I love fostering the love of music and theatre in my students all for the glory of God,” Chew said.

Effective Sunday, March 17th, Mrs. Antoinette Chew becomes the Children’s Pastor at COTHA. Her objective is to provide an environment where children are encouraged to develop their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

She will teach them about the Bible and God, while nurturing their spiritual gifts. Her responsibilities include, but are not limited to, acquiring, preparing and organizing curriculum for each age level K- 5th grade. She will create environments to facilitate learning and encourage spiritual growth. She will plan and oversee any event or special activity involving the COTHA kids, and will engage their families by expanding spiritual influence outside of COTHA.

Mrs. Antoinette Chew is a proud wife, and mother to three children ages 7, 10, and 15. A graduate of Texas State University, Mrs. Chew was raised in New Jersey, but has been a Texan since 1993.

Mrs. Chew has been in the Christian community since birth and been involved with Christian children’s programs since 1996. She worked as St. Johns Children’s Choir Director, St. Michaels Children’s Choir Director, Children’s Ministry Coordinator, and most recently an elementary and early childhood music teacher. Mrs. Chew has assisted with VBS at various churches, and attended pastoral conferences in order to stay current with emerging curriculums and trends. One of her more recent children’s programs doubled in size, in part by involving her rich history in the performing arts.

“It is my greatest joy to teach children of all ages. I love fostering the love of music and theatre in my students all for the glory of God,” Chew said. “I am thrilled to join the COTHA family. This is the perfect environment to work with children from all walks of life.” This violin-playing, soprano-singing Christian teacher says she is not afraid of breaking new ground to create engaging programs for children of all ages.

COTHA exists to be a biblically functioning church that violates the status quo with biblical truth and seeks to connect the disconnected to the COTHA Family. Our focus is on Worship, Discipleship, Evangelism, Family, and our Christian Community. Weekend services are held on Saturday 6:00pm, Sunday 8:00am, and Sunday 10:30am. Children’s Sunday programs start on Sunday at 9:30am.

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