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This group is open to all women who wish to get involved in ministry and personal growth.   The more the merrier!! 
 

We had a great first meeting in 2018!

There was much discussion about activities we would like to do in 2018.  Several ladies met at Cheryl Fuller’s home the end of December to ‘brainstorm’ projects and other activities for Sisters in Christ to do.  Among those ideas discussed were:

  • Hosting a “Valentine Get Away Night” – February 10th

 

  • College Student Project – we want to let the college students know we are thinking of them, even when they are away from home. For Valentine’s Day we want to send each college student a card and other miscellaneous items, i.e. candy, toiletries, socks, etc.).  If you would like to participate in the college program, please bring items to the church by February 1.  This will give us time to sort through everything, buy additional items needed, and prepare the package to send to the students.  If you would like to donate money instead of buying something, please see Carolyn Tunnell or turn in at the church office.
  • Mentoring Project – all agreed there is a need for a mentoring program for women of all ages. Charlotte Gibbs was involved in a mentoring program at her former church and told us about its success.  She also had some books to share that could be used for the project.
  • Next Meeting will be March 12, 2018
  • Please check out FBC on Facebook and ‘like’ us!  There are always some good  updates and pictures from events.

 

We are looking at doing a project, or some other activity, every other month and regular meetings the other months.
Please be thinking of projects, activities, seminars and/or trips you would like to be involved in this year!  This group is open to all women who wish to get involved in ministry and personal growth.   The more the merrier!!  The more we can accomplish together the better!  The more we can learn from each other the better!  
 
As always, you may contact Pam Porter at (903) 352-7109 or Cheryl Fuller at (903) 570-1011, should you have questions or suggestions.

 

Two people are better than one. When two people work together, they get more work done.

If one person falls, the other person can reach out to help.

   Ecclesiates 4:9-10a  ERV