Eufaula, Alabama

Communities of Transformation Eufaula meets on Monday nights at 5:30 p. m. in the Fellowship Hall of St. James Episcopal Church. To learn more about our Eufaula site, contact Lasheena Flemming at

What we are doing now...

We work together to share our story with contacts in the community. We are always ready to welcome new Awaken students!  

How we started in Eufaula...

Eufaula became interested in Communities of Transformation in 2012 when Fred and Laurel Blackwell came and spoke to First United Methodist Church and First Presbyterian Church. Sparked with a passion and desire for transformation, several churches began conducting book studies on When Helping Hurts by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert. Soon after, a visionary team comprised of individuals around the community began meeting at the local NAACP and the Eufaula Barbour Chamber of Commerce. On February 23, 2015, the first “Taste and See” was held at St. James Episcopal Church, offering potential Participants to a meal and a time of sharing what we felt the Lord was leading us to share. On March 2 of that year, Eufaula had over fifty community members attend a similar “Meet and Greet."  Since then, COT Eufaula has been gathering on Monday nights and averages twenty-five volunteers, three participants, and five children. Today, COT Eufaula embodies the goal of breaking down boundaries by involving multiple churches and denominations - St. James Episcopal, First United Methodist, Rocky Mount Baptist, Holy Redeemer Catholic, and First Presbyterian

Leadership Team Bob Powers, Mo Erkins, Zane Johnson, Lou Martin, Joann
Gamble, Brad Moore, Beverly Brown, and Suzann Tibbs