IMG_0116As a non-profit agency serving women in need, the material needs of the ministry are many and the opportunity to give is immediate.  God has been faithful to provide the resources we need to continue the ministry.  Please consider being an instrument of God's blessing to Christian Women's Job Corps.  We are happy to provide you a receipt for your donation to be used in your tax preparation.

Each year Christian Women's Job Corps® holds its Annual Circles Luncheon to raise awareness and money for CWJC and its students.  This is a major event coordinated by CWJC and its sponsors at the Von Braun Center in downtown Huntsville.

Chef Mesnier

This year's CWJC CIRCLES Luncheon was held on Monday, November 4th, at 12 noon at the Von Braun Center North Hall in downtown Huntsville. Our 2013 CIRCLES Luncheon speaker is Chef Roland Mesnier.

 Chef Roland Mesnier was born in the tiny village of Bonnay, France. He discovered his vocation by accident on a summer day at the age of twelve. His resume includes roles as pastry chef at various places in the world. In 1979, then First Lady Rosalyn Carter hired Mesnier as Executive Pastry Chef to the White House. He became the longest tenured chef ever to serve there, retiring under President George W. Bush in 2004.

 100_3556Chef Mesnier has won 18 gold medals, 4 silver and 3 bronze for his pastry creations in competitions around the world. He was awarded a Doctorate of Culinary Arts from the prestigious Johnson & Wales University in South Carolina. He is the author of three books, Dessert University, Basic to Beautiful Cakes and All the Presidents Pastries: Twenty Five Years at the White House, A Memoir.

 Since 2006, he has traveled the U.S. and around the world giving speeches, judging pastry competitions and participating in fundraising events and book singings and much more.

 100_3551The price of a ticket to attend Circles is $50.00 per person.

 If you would like to be added to our Circles invitation list, please send an email with your name and mailing address to

For The Huntsville Times coverage of Circles 2011 event, go here.