Kingsland Women's Ministry is to provide women in our church opportunities to build deep and lasting friendships with one another. We want to assist ladies in discovering that they are called, chosen, and set apart for a distinct purpose that no one else can fulfill. We also purpose to be women who are challenged by the Word of God and one another, to fulfill the call and destiny that God has placed upon us as sisters, daughters, mothers, wives, and friends in the body of Christ.
Women's Ministry Team:
Felicity Ammons, Patricia Collins, Jean Carter, Kathleen Farris, Jana Kincaid, Meghan Landi, Vania Lopez, Rebecca Skinner, Lisa Welch, Mary Whittington
Fall Titus 2 Women’s Ministry Event
“ Everybody’s Got a Seed to Sow” on Thursday evening , November 16th , 6:30 – 8:30 in the Courts
Join us for an inspiring and fun evening as we gather around tables in the Courts and hear from Brookwood Community founder and author, Yvonne Streit. The Brookwood Community provides an educational environment that creates meaningful jobs, builds a sense of belonging, and provides meaning and purpose for adults with disabilities Yvonne along with co-author Jana Mullins will be sharing the Brookwood Story. We will also enjoy a variety of pie choices from “Proud Pie” along with coffee from our event sponsor West Rock coffee.
- Doors open at 6:30. Program begins at 7:00 p.m.
- Childcare available for birth – fifth grade at a cost of $2/child ( maximum of $5/family). Last day to register for childcare is Monday, November 13th at midnight. Childcare begins at 6:20 p.m. and at ends at 8:45 p.m.
- Registration cost of $5 includes dessert, coffee and door prizes. You can register up to three friends to attend with you.
- Yvonne will be signing books for purchase before and after the event. ( cash, check and credit card accepted) All proceeds from book sales go to support the Brookwood citizens and community.
Learn more about the Brookwood community’s purpose and mission, the Brookwood gift shop and café, and how you can help support this amazing community. http://www.brookwoodcommunity.org/
Special appreciation goes to Westrock Coffee for providing coffee for our event. Westrock coffee ethically sources their coffee from smallholder farmers all over the world. In Rwanda and Tanzania, our Agri-Business Training Program provides training in sustainable agricultural practices, personal finance and community organization. You can purchase Westrock coffee from Krogers, Bed, Bath and Beyond and Amazon. Learn more about Westrock coffee at their website: https://www.westrockcoffee.com/