Apostle Helen Smith was born on June 26, 1929, in Beaufort, SC. Her mother Hattie Smith gave birth to a beautiful bundle of joy and named her Helen. She was the second of nine children. Helen received her formal education in the public schools of Yemassee, SC and Beaufort County. She also received her Cosmetology License in 1952. In August 1944, Helen was converted. In October 1944, she was baptized.
Helen moved to Charleston, SC where she met and married the late Elder James Smith. To this union, four children were born.
During a service in 1969, God spoke to Sister Smith telling her that she was the Apostle of this church. Months later, she consecrated as the Apostle of the Cainhoy Miracle Revival Center. The Revival was a Crusade, in which more than 30 souls received the Holy Ghost. Two weeks later, in Tibwin, another Revival was held. Souls were saved, people were delivered, miracles were wrought and the word of God went forth with power and determination. Through these many revivals, many churches were formed.
The Cainhoy Miracle Revival Corporation came into existence 31 years ago by the leading of the Hold Spirit; Apostle Helen Smith founded and was the overseer of 14 churches in the United States of America and 2 churches in Trinidad, West Indies.
Truly, on Tuesday, August 31, 1999, at 4:20 am, Apostle Smith heard and responded to the sound of the trumpets!
She went home to be with the Lord.