“Forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, I press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ.”
RESOLVE: to clear away or dispel [fear & doubt]
: to transform by any process
: to come to a definite or earnest decision about [Jesus]
: to purposefully & intentionally determine to unquestionably follow [JESUS]
The sole purpose of CCA’s Women’s Ministry is to embolden every woman to steadfastly trust & follow Jesus Christ through the study & application of His Word & authentic kinship.
Wednesdays @ 7pm. Prayer & verse by verse study through Joshua. Childcare provided.
New series beginning August 10, most second Saturdays of each month @ 9am (November 9, December 14). Childcare provided.
Coffee & light refreshments. Biblical exhortation & small group discussion.
Ladies’ Night Out
Evenings of fun & fellowship.
April 19. Game Night
May 11. Movie Night
July 19. Interior Design Instruction
August 16. Make-up Instruction
September 20. Game Night
October 18. Cooking Night.
Watch the bulletin for future outings.
See Angie for details.
Friday, May 24: Linda Acevedo
June 28: Veronica Iadevaia
July 26: Karen Socher
Fellowship, Coffee, Dessert, & Testimonies
2019 Deep South Women’s Conference :: Proverbs 31 Ministries
October 11-12. “The Dreams You Can’t Give Up On” with Lisa Allen & Nicki Koziarz from Proverbs 31 Ministries @ CC Stone Mountain.
Registration is Open! It is highly suggested that you register as soon as possible, as this conference is extremely likely to sell out early!
On-site lodging will be available at Country Inn & Suites Stone Mountain; participants can also commute (45 minutes).
For more details on sessions and speakers, click Here.
See Julie for more info.
October 11 | Check In @ 3:00 PM
—Start Time @ 4:00 PM
—General Session followed by time of fellowship
October 12 | End Time @ 4:00 PM
Registration cost is $50
Register with the Calvary Alpharetta group and reserve a space in our hotel block.
December 7 @ 7pm. Dessert and gift exchange at Karen Socher’s home.