10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Cost: $20 (lunch is included)
Location: Fort Langley Auditorium
Registration Deadline: November 20th
We would like to invite you to our annual Women’s Day -- a special time of connection for the women in our community to grow in friendship and prepare our hearts for the advent season by sharing with one another and serving the marginalized around us.
Our theme this year is Forgiven; we will be having two women from our community share their experience of forgiveness, both being a forgiven one and forgiving others (Lynn Gettel and Fiona Keen). Joanne Knight will be sharing from Scripture around the theme of forgiveness and what it truly means for our lives. We will have a time of worship, prayer ministry, and communion together.
Our afternoon will give us a space to work together to assemble toiletry kits and write cards for the homeless and vulnerable in our community. These kits will be given out by a new team through Fraser Health that is providing medical and mental health care for the homeless and most vulnerable in our communities.
We are so excited about this initiative, because it truly is a chance to give practical help to the vulnerable in our community. We would love to invite you to bring items for these toiletry kits. If you would like to donate items towards these bags you may do so here.
Speaker Profile: Joanne Knight
Joanne is passionate about seeing women thrive and becoming all God has called them to be. Over the past 35 years Joanne has ministered to children, youth, young adults, and adults in various capacities.
Thirteen years ago Joanne entered full time vocational ministry, serving first at Summit Pacific College, and then as a part of the Living Waters pastoral team, overseeing the Women's Network, Mentoring Network, and Prison Ministry.
Joanne is currently serving on the Living Waters Prison Ministry team, as well as theNational Zoe Advisory team. She is loving being a Nana to her two grandchildren, Gloria and Pheobe, and cannot wait to see how God develops and uses these little girls for His glory!
Worship Leader Profile: Paula Lindsay
Paula is a Metis mother of three amazing adults and mother-in-law of one spectacular son-in-law. She and her husband Doug have attended Living Waters Church since 2008 when they moved to Langley from Nanaimo, BC. Together they have served in the life of the Church through hospitality, home groups, Student Alpha and music. She is passionate about growing food, flowers, fruit and fowl and can be found plodding, paddling and pedalling with a sense of curiosity and adventure near and far. Paula works at the Newton Public Library where she specializes in services to Newcomers. She is a lifelong student of the Good Medicine of music and shares its benefits wherever and whenever she can.