Welcome To Your Place of Refuge
The Sanctuary is an unconventional non-profit ministry founded by Pastor Yolanda Kelty-Douthit. The mission of this unique ministry is to encourage one to persistently seek the will God has for your life. We enter into The Sanctuary with the purpose of feeding and consistently improving our spiritual and natural person. Pastor Yolanda approaches this spiritually and holistically coupled with practical and pragmatic teachings. The goal of The Sanctuary is to consistently challenge you to be who God created and purposed you to be while inspiring you thru the Words of God to live in the wholeness and fullness of Christ. We invite you to fellowship with us in our empowering Bible Study in our Virtual Tabernacle or thru our Social Media pages.
The Sanctuary will immensely enhance your life. You can join in covenant with us, by completing this form and we will contact you with further information the benefits of being in partnership with The Sanctuary.
If you have been blessed by the teachings, prayers and resources you have the opportunity to sow back into good soil by sowing your best seed. Your seed offering allows us to maintain ministry tools and to also advance into the new areas of territory to further the vision. Your consistent financial support is truly needed as we are seeking to take the second step in expansion. This is good soil and we know any seed planted in this soil you will produce a harvest.
The Sanctuary Stockroom is open and we are offering tees and tanks that are designed especially from Pastor Yolanda's teachings and catchy wisdom! The bold letters and design cause the meaningful message to stand out. Check out inventory.
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Yolanda Douthit founded “The Sanctuary” in 2008 after the passing of her beloved father, Rev. Marvin N. Kelty and her aunt, Pastor Barbara J. Cameron. After their untimely passing four months apart, she was distraught with grief and was empty; seeking direction and healing as they both were a very influential force in her life. She was a member of a local church, but it was not providing the salve to heal her wounded soul. She desperately sought out a place that she could find comfort and relief from the pain of her lost. And although she was raised in church and was a PK, “preacher’s kid”, the traditional church setting was not what was required to heal her heart. She desired something different to reach her weary and dying soul.