We know the definition. We have a sense of what it can look like in our lives. Yet we struggle deeply to experience it on a consistent level.
If you can relate, we would love for you to clear your schedule and attend our Women’s Fall Retreat as we explore this often-elusive theme.
The retreat will kick off at 7pm on Friday, November 8, as we enjoy a Girls Night Out with guided canvas painting and snacks. Sessions on Saturday, November 9, will run from 9am to 3pm and will feature worship, breakout discussions, and teaching from popular author Stacy Reaoch.
We’re confident you will leave refreshed, renewed, and closer to the One who can deliver true contentment in a world that does its best to steal it.
The cost is $10 for Friday and $20 for Saturday. Come both days or just one. Saturday’s price includes a delicious lunch from The Butcher and The Baker.
Register below or, if you would like to learn more, email Wilma Westbrook.
What: “Contentment,” a Women’s Fall Retret
When: The weekend of November 8-9
Where: Chippewa Campus
Times: Friday, 7-9pm; Saturday, 9am-3pm
Cost: $10 for Friday; $20 for Saturday
FALL BIBLE STUDY
One grand and glorious mission.
If you’ve ever wondered how the Bible connects from Genesis to Revelation, then our upcoming women’s study is the ONE for you!
Called “From Garden to Glory,” this 12-session program will explore how the Bible is one beautiful, epic, and cohesive story of how our eternal God desires to restore His rebellious and wayward children. As we move from Exodus to Ephesians and everything in-between, we’ll also discover that God invites us to join Him in the redemption of all things.
Our fall study begins on Tuesday, September 10, with morning and evening gatherings. An accompanying book by Courtney Doctor costs $18. Child care will be available.
What: “From Garden to Glory,” a women’s Bible study
When: Begins Tuesday, September 10, and will run for 12 weeks
Times: Morning session, 9:15-10:45; evening session, 6:30-8
Cost: An accompanying book costs $18
Child care: Yes. A donation would be appreciated.
MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS (MOPS)
MOPS and MOPS KIDS
2nd & 4th Wednesdays from 9:30-11:15am
MOPS — Our fall season kicks off on September 11 and this year’s theme is “To The Full.” If you have an infant or a preschool-aged child and you’re looking for a place to build friendships, grow in your faith and gain valuable insights into how to raise godly kids, we would love to have you join us! Child care will be provided to give our moms the opportunity to refresh, connect, and learn from other like-minded women. We’re always looking for additional volunteers to care for the children, so if you can help, give Kelly Miller a call at 724.513.1864. To learn more about the MOPS program at Pathway, email Lauren Boughter at email@example.com or Kristen Pelkey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Tuesday and Wednesday of each month
This ministry serves the needs of cancer patients by making items to comfort them. Dignity Robes provides modesty for women undergoing breast and lung cancer radiation treatments, while Dignity Hats offers hats and turbans for patients. We also make small pillows to ease the aches and discomfort patients might experience during treatments. Dignity Ministry meets on the first Tuesday and Wednesday of each month, but please check the worship program for specific information. If you would like to serve in this ministry, contact Debby Puth at 724.336.5927 or at email@example.com.
Beaver Women's Shelter
The women of Pathway have partnered with the Women's Shelter in Beaver to provide various items and services throughout the year for both the women who are staying there AND their children! If you have a heart to help in this area of ministry, please contact Tamara.