Women of Wonder (WOW)
…gather on the first & third Wednesday of every month from 10:00 a.m. to12:00 noon at the Sinclair House (2 doors down the street from the church). Women of Wonder is an opportunity for mothers with young children to explore God’s grace and presence in the ups and downs of everyday life of motherhood. WOW will continue to extend friendship and hospitality as we reach out to new mothers offering welcome and community. Childcare is provided at no charge and infants are welcome to join us in our group sessions. For more information please contact Judy Hine at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 770-993-1094, ext. 122, or contact Sara Greene at email@example.com.
Calling All Moms!
We want YOU!! We are starting a new ministry for mothers- WOW (Women of Wonder!) 2.0. Let’s come together and share in the joy and challenge of raising children. Our first meeting will be Friday, November 4th at 6:30 p.m. at Sinclair House. Please bring an appetizer to share and BYOB. We will have time for informal fellowship, as well as time for intentional conversation and devotion. Please email Sara Greene at JSGreene6@gmail.com for more info.
Wednesday Morning Women’s Bible Study
“Three Voices for the Season of Hope”
Back by popular request, Judi Gullatt will be teaching after Easter in the Women’s Wednesday Bible Class. Please plan to attend the class from 11:00 – 12:00 noon in Grace Hall. Judi will lead us into Easter hope through the works of three master poets.
Spring comes to the spiritual world as well as the physical. Move into the season of hope by exploring new beginnings as exemplified in the lives and works of writers Gerard Manley Hopkins, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Mary Oliver.
April 19 All the Rules, Beautifully
April 26 Hopkins, the Hidden Poet
May 3 Rilke, Mystic and Mystery
May 10 Oliver, 20th Century Romantic
Ladies Thursday Morning Bible Study, 10:00—11:30 a.m., in Grace Parish Hall
Coming This Fall! “Come Meet the King!”—the Gospel according to Matthew
If you’ve heard the real estate slogan that goes: “Location, Location, Location,” then the slogan for the Thursday Morning Ladies’ Bible Study might be: “Make it clear, make it clear, make it clear!” And perhaps we could add: “Make it fun too!”
Please join this group of loving and caring women as we explore the life and ministry of Jesus. Matthew presents Jesus, the carpenter from Nazareth, as the promised and long-awaited Messiah-King! Embark on an incredible journey of discovery as we trace the dusty paths that Jesus walked, listen in on His fascinating teachings and insightful parables, sail through terrifying storms on the Sea of Galilee, behold His amazing healing miracles, marvel as demons flee from Him, and learn about radical discipleship. From cradle to Cross to empty tomb to His ascension into heaven, we’ll follow Jesus’ footsteps.
Whether you’re brand new to Bible Study, or a seasoned lover of Scripture, we have a place for you in our group! Adventure awaits! Friendship beckons! Spiritual growth happens!
Beginning Sept 8—every Thursday from 10:00—11:30 a.m. Grace Parish Hall
New faces ALWAYS WELCOME! Call Kim Freeman 770 442-3128 for details.
Third Tuesday Women’s Evening Bible Study
Do you want to learn more about the Bible while having fun and getting to know other interesting women? Join us every third Tuesday evening as we delve into Biblical book of Ruth. Ruth’s journey comes alive in Kelly Minter’s book Ruth: Loss, Love & Legacy. If you’ve ever been devastated by loss, struggled as a stranger, longed to be loved, or wept along the way, you’ll find a place with Ruth. For more information, contact Carolyn Powers firstname.lastname@example.org 770-442-0309. We will be meeting at her house this Tuesday January 19 at 7:00 p.m. Join us!
Second Tuesday Women’s Bible Study
The 2nd Tuesday Women’s Bible study is a monthly study using the Fruits of the Spirit series. It provides an evening of theme based study and Christian women’s fellowship. The group does reading in advance each month and prepares for the class by answering brief questions in the workbook. We rotate leaders each month so everyone has the opportunity to lead the study. The study is currently full at 20 participants, but please checks back with us again!
Daughters of the King… is an order of prayer and service, which meets on the second Saturday of each month in Grace Parish Hall at 8:45 am during the school year. All women are invited to our meetings. DOK also takes responsibility for the funeral receptions at St. David’s and support the priests as they ask. For more information, contact Rene Harris at RHMCCLEND@yahoo.com.