1. The Every Other Friday Women’s Book/Bible Study meets next on October 17th at 1:30pm until 2:30/2:45pm, at church, in one of the SS rooms. Last time we met in the last classroom on the left as you go down the SS hallway. Just yell. Right now we have child care…but we need to know who else is interested that may also need childcare.
We only have a limited amount of money in the coffers for this fiscal year(we found out we have a little!), but we’ll do what we can.
We are using the book by Tim Keller, Counterfeit Gods. We’ve only read through the Introduction at this point! We all had good questions about “so what? now what?” We’re very interested in what he has to say.
Let Cindy Sindler or Marylu or Lisa Eames know if you are interested in joining us. Claire Slavovsky is with us as well but is in the middle of moving 10 blocks away, so she’s…busy.
2. The next Women’s Fellowship is November 2 at 6:30pm. The church is having a picnic after church that Sunday, and some extended activities. Our meeting will be the same in that 1.) 4 other elders are invited, 2.) most of the same questions will be asked, but also a handful of other fun questions, 3.) YOU DON’T NEED TO BRING ANYTHING! Nothing! So, we hope you will plan to come for the fun and fellowship with your sisters!
3. If you missed Alison Van Winkle’s excellent little workshop on non-extreme couponing, give her a call, some of us need some remedial help.
4. Hopefully during October or beginning of November (before all the Thanksgiving craziness sets in) we’ll be having a get together at someone’s house (Alison, did I tell you that? )to watch “Mom’s Night Out” and catch up with each other. This is a smaller event, but we hope a bunch of you can/will come.
Call Cindy or me with questions.
An activity that Maria Cardillo is hosting at her house for the Women:
(from an email sent)
Maria Cardillo would like to invite you all to her home on Friday, Oct. 24th at 10:00am for a Terrarium Making Class. Terrariums are perfect, low maintenance, no fuss ‘plant homes’ that make fantastic gifts and can easily elevate a homes decor. In this class you’ll learn how to make a colorful, easy to care for terrarium and receive tips and lessons on how to keep it healthy.
There will be plants available to purchase at $2.50 each. However, if you have small plants, bring them with you to use (or to trade/share). There will be some jars and containers available for purchase at a reasonable price. Or, bring your own! A simple cracker jar works well.
Below you will find a photo example of one of the terrariums Maria put together for a friend. If you have any more questions, please feel free to email Maria. Please RSVP to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re looking forward to seeing you all soon,
Sarah Nichols & Maria Cardillo