On December 7, Farnoush Katouzian was the speaker at the 2019 Women’s Ministry of Faith Christmas Brunch. Her talk, “How to Love the Immigrant” is now available.
Pastor Gutierrez spoke from Luke 7:36-50 during the annual Women’s Ministry Kick-Off dinner. Download Audio Download Text Dawn Darby then gave an address and covered the theme and ideas for the upcoming year. Download Audio Download Program Text Below is the podcast link:
At the Women’s Ministry of Faith Spring Tea 2019, Alicia Gutierrez, daughter of this congregation and MTW missionary to Peru, shared her message entitled “Manna in the Desert.” The full audio, including Dawn Darby’s introduction, and Isaac and Elsie Dye’s duet, is available on the church website here Download Text Women’s Spring Tea May 2019 […]
The land of Israel is also called the Land Between. Did you know that whenever you read city names and place names in the Bible you are being told about geography, politics and international relationships? Israel is located between Egypt, Arabia, Moab, Ammon, Babylon, Assyria, and Phoenicia and it is in a crucial spot for […]
Download the 2018 Fall Retreat Guidebook Dawn Darby, “A Faith Community” (Thursday, 10/11, 7:00pm) Download Audio Dawn Darby, “Living in Community, Pt. 1” (Friday, 10/12, 9:30am) Download Audio Dawn Darby, “Living in Community, Pt. 2 (Friday, 10/12, 6:30pm) Download Audio Dawn Darby, “Challenges to Community” (Saturday, 10/13, 9:15am) Download Audio
Download Audio Rachel Nicoletti – Introduction to Abigail’s Daughters Seasons of Life: Nancy Miller begins at 2 min, 17 sec Seasons of Life: Rachael Sheldon begins at 20 min, 5 sec
Pastor Steven Nicoletti’s address, “On Friendship”: Download Audio Dawn Darby and the Women’s Ministry coordinators, “The New Face of WIC”: Download Audio Download Program
Download Text LIVING LIFE IN YOUR 70’s Carol Eva April 29, 2018 Some months back I was asked, along with some other ladies of our church, to tell those gathered of what it is like living in this segment of your life . . . be it 30’s or 40’s or 50’s etc. […]