Lady Carreather Coleman is the first lady of Fifteenth Street Church Of God In Christ, where she proudly serves with her husband, Administrative Assistant Alvin Coleman Jr. She is the true fragrance in Fifteenth Street ministries as she serves God’s people with love and humility. She is currently serving as the Minister of Music and President of the Women’s Department.
First Lady Coleman is the mother of three gifted and talented young men, Alvin III., Andrew and Christopher Coleman. She is the oldest child of Deacon Willie B. Allen and Missionary Mildred Allen and she has one sibling.
First Lady Coleman is a graduate of Arkansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Music Education and she holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. She has served as the music instructor for the Forrest City School District for over thirteen years and currently serves as a Dean/Administrator at Stewart Elementary.
First Lady Coleman is a celebrated Evangelist Missionary, powerful speaker and anointed psalmist who effectively ministers God’s Word. She is the founder of “The Made Women Conference” and “Pearls of Wisdom” which are yearly conferences that empower and enhance women in the church and community.
Lady Coleman is a virtuous woman who wears many hats, but remains humble in whatever area she serves. She often says that God has stolen her heart and she desires nothing more than to please Him.