Pastor Cynthia Y.  Williams

Pastor Cynthia Williams is a native Charlottean. Her love for children and their ability to grasp new concepts inspired her to write and direct children’s plays for the Charlotte Mecklenburg School System. She is the owner and principal of a private, Christian school, Oasis Performing Arts School. She is also the
pastor of Oasis Christian Fellowship. They are currently meeting at 512 West Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203. The worship hour for Oasis Christian Fellowship is 1:00 pm.
Pastor Williams has been singing since the age of three and toured with such gospel plays
as “Lord, Try Me One More Time”, “A Good Man Is Hard To Find”, “A Family Affair”,
“Lord, Why Do I Keep Choosing the Wrong Man”, “Daddy Where Are You?”, “Trouble
Don’t Last Always,” “World,” and her very own “It’s Allgood,” just to name a few. Her
comedic style and ability to minister in song has led to numerous solo concerts in North
and South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, New York, and Georgia. She has
appeared on several television and radio programs such as BMA Live, Opportunity
Knocks, WPEG, WOGR, WGIV, and WGCD. She has also been featured in the
Charlotte Post, The Chester News and Reporter, and The Stanley News and Press. Pastor
Williams has performed with renowned artists, such as Michael Bolton, Vanessa Bell
Armstrong, Hezekiah Walker, John P. Kee, Donald Lawrence, and Sister Cantaloupe. She
has conducted praise and worship, choir and drama workshops throughout North and
South Carolina.
Pastor Williams’ favorite scripture, Proverbs 3:5-6, has given her the ability and strength
to stay focused on all of the things that God has called her to do. So no matter the role,
starring in a play, singing, writing, ministering the Word of God, or simply being a great
mother, grandmother, and aunt, her greatest role is to be a servant to the body of Christ
and to her most important director, Jesus Christ.
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