All women are invited to our fall program, “Nothing is Impossible with God: Opening Our Hearts to God’s Call,” on Saturday, October 13, led by Mary Todd Peters and held at Chapel in the Pines. Bring a friend! Details and registration will be available soon.
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Retreat leader Cate Church Norman will lead us in a lively discussion of how sisterhood goes beyond friendship. Together we’ll explore:
- The importance of reinforcing sisterhood as friends flow in and out of our lives
- Supporting and encouraging sisters of all ages
- How we develop close bonds and what expectations we have for our sisters
- Relying on sisters while navigating change
- How being a sister helps with shifting identity during our lifetimes
Cost includes room, honorarium, materials, 2 breakfasts, and 2 dinners. Participants will contribute snacks and salads (sign-up for this will be sent after February 11).
- $200 for a shared room in cottage
$220 for shared room in hotel $350 for a single room in hotel
Spots still open! Register and pay online or return a paper registration form and check made payable to Westminster Presbyterian Church (memo line: Spring Women’s Retreat) before March 8. Inquire with Heather Ferguson about scholarships if needed.Read more...
The 2018 Spring Women’s Retreat will be March 9-11 in Wrightsville Beach. Pastor and spiritual leader Cate Church Norman will lead us on the topic of “The Gift of Sisterhood.” Registration begins in mid-January.
Saturday, October 7, from 9am-3pm
Chapel in the Pines Presbyterian Church
Led by Rev. Carrie Rhoads Tuttle
In the busy world in which we live, our friendships often take a backseat to the many other parts of our lives that demand our attention. However, friendships are a crucial part of our lives, particularly our spiritual lives.
We’ll ask ourselves: What is a spiritual friendship? Why do I need nurturing friendships in my life?
Childcare for age 10 and under is available by request for $10 per child. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Please bring a journal, a pen, and your Bible.
What they say really is true: a life lived in gratitude really is better. We Christians have known that from the very beginning, and we Presbyterians believe that faithfulness means living a life in gratitude to what God has first done for us.
Come and learn practices of gratitude, and learn how to cultivate an eye for the abundance of all God’s good gifts. Find out the difference between “positive thinking” and genuine gratitude. Discover the deep wells of wisdom in our tradition about how to live a grateful life.
When & Where: March 24-66 at The Blockade Runner in Wrightsville Beach, NC
Led by: Rev. Susan Dunlap
Cost: $190 for a double room; $290 for a single (single rooms most likely in the hotel). Includes dinner Friday evening, breakfast and dinner Saturday, breakfast Sunday, and retreat materials. Inquire about scholarships if needed.
February 7 Update: The Women’s Retreat is currently at capacity. Please email Carol Mansfield (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be notified of any openings.