Wouldn’t you love to have a personalized, hand-painted wooden cross hanging on your wall or door? Or perhaps to give as a gift? Then join us and paint this beautiful symbol of faith, using your own creativity and style.
Saturday morning, November 14, 9:30 am-12:30pm in the Fellowship Dining Room at the Whitesburg South Campus located at 7300 Whitesburg Drive South, Huntsville, AL 35802. Registration is required by November 6 to ensure adequate supplies. Click here to register now!
$10 for supplies. Free childcare is available and registration is required.
To learn more about this event, click here.
Getting ladies into God’s Word is our highest priority. Why? Because only God’s Word can change, improve, and impact lives for today and forever. New classes begin each semester and are offered at various times to fit your schedule. Free childcare or children’s classes are available during most studies. Click here for more info.
Come experience the peace and hope of praying with other moms for your children and their schools. Click here for more info.
Ladies of all ages and stages of life can experience the incredible impact of mentoring relationships, whether you’re a mentor, mentee or prayer warrior. New mentoring groups begin each Spring and continue for six months. The next Mentoring Orientation Coffee is Sunday, February 28, 2016. Get involved. It might change your life forever! Click here to learn more about our Mentoring Ministry.
The “Mourning Glories” is a group of widows that meets on Mondays (except holidays and the second Monday of every month) from 11:30 am-3:00 pm in the Hearthside Room at the south campus. Bring your own lunch and join these ladies for devotion, support, game time and fellowship. For more information about this group, contact Mary Dunne at 256-704-5678 ext. 233.
Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) is a wonderful life-changing agency that
assists area women to become self-sufficient by equipping them with
essential educational, employment, and life skills so they can become viable
contributions to the community. With the help of area volunteers, CWJC’s
goal is to break the cycle of poverty, be it financial or poverty of spirit.
We partner with CWJC by tutoring GED math and English, helping in computer
classes, providing lunch for the ladies, or serving as a mentor.
CWJC, a national, faith-based, non-profit ministry of the Women’s Missionary
Union (WMU), meets at The PLACE at Pulaski Pike. For information on
volunteering, please contact Pat Swinford, Site Coordinator, at (256)704-5678
ext. 503, email@example.com, or visit the website at www.cwjc.net.
Women’s Ministry Coordinator
(256)704-5678 ext. 209