Celebration 2014 | WMU

Celebration 2014 | WMU

Celebration 2014 | WMU

Friday, October 03, 2014, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Ann Collett |

WMU Celebration is an exciting opportunity for women of all ages to get a look at what God is doing through various ministries at FBCJ. Ladies are invited to dine at unique and vibrantly decorated tablescapes representing numerous outreach opportunities, ranging from international mission trips to engaging projects here at home.

An inspiring speaker, a delectable lunch and sweet fellowship round out this occasion, making WMU Celebration “a not to be missed event.“ 

This year our speaker is Tajuan McCarty, Director of the Wellhouse, a home for
women that have been trafficked. You will be blessed by this powerful testimony.

Doors open at 11:00 | Lunch served at 11:30

Tickets: $10.00 | Free Childcare by reservation

Please contact Tammy Pearson at 601-937-6546 or

About Tajuan McCarty

Tajuan McCarty is the Founder and Executive Director of The WellHouse, a nonprofit,
faith-based and Christ-centered agency dedicated to rescuing women from sexual exploitation/human trafficking. She has experience in social work, community outreach, and as a consultant on women’s issues. Her professional experience includes leadership positions in which she has assisted women ex-offenders re-enter society; helped implement Alabama’s first program devoted to helping chronically homeless, severely mentally ill women and as a social worker for the Alabama Department of Human Resources. She holds Master degrees in Public Health and Public Administration, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she is currently an Adjunct Professor (in her spare time)!

Tajuan is uniquely qualified to lead The Well-House, as she understands victims situations too well. At 15, she was sexually exploited by her “boyfriend-turned-pimp”. She was trafficked to Birmingham so many times, it became her home. Her many experiences make her a passionate advocate for victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

Tajuan was recognized as one of The Top 20 Women Who Make a Difference in Birmingham and accepted The FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award on behalf of The WellHouse, due to her efforts to fight human trafficking.