Mo Ranch Women's Conference
2018 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jackie Roese
“For the love of God, why?
For the love of God”
June 1-3, 2018
Dr. Jackie Roese is the founder and president of The Marcella Project, a ministry committed to reshaping the view of women in the Church through Scripture-based teaching, training and dialogue. For more information visit: www.themarcellaproject.com.
Register on line today: www.moranch.org/attend-a-conference/adult-conferences/womens-conference/
Register by phone: 800-460-4401 ext 246 Be sure to note you are with WPC Dallas and request lodging at Pheasant Run. Cost for double occupancy hotel room and meals are $375. Hold your spot by making a $75 deposit today. Questions: contact Judy Ziehm
Westminster Women have a number of opportunities for study, fellowship, and service throughout the week. We are intergenerational and welcome newcomers anytime.
Westminster Women meet 2nd Tuesdays (September – May) at 10:30 am in Room 102.
This year Gloria Fearson leads the study on the Minor Prophets. Please read the Book of Zechariah for the February discussion.
About 20 women attend and stay, if able, for a catered lunch in Fellowship Hall immediately following the study.
Brown Bag Book Club
Book Club meets every 4th Tuesday at 10:30 am in the Parlor.
In 1986, twenty-year-old Christopher Knight left his home in Massachusetts, drove to Maine, and disappeared into the woods. He would not have a conversation with another person for the next 27 years.
Book Club meets on Tuesday, February 27 in the Parlor to discuss The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit by Michael Finkel. The group gathers at 10:30 am for fellowship and discussion begins at 11:00 am.
In 2008, seven women began meeting weekly to knit a few items for charity. Eight years later, many knitters and crocheters have made and donated thousands of items to groups around Dallas.
Parkland Hospital newborns, as well as babies at WPC, receive blankets, caps, and booties. Meals on Wheels recipients and homeless at Austin Street Center receive warm winter caps. Hospice patients and WPC friends who are homebound, ill, or in special need receive prayer shawls.
If you knit, crochet or want to learn, join KnitWits every 2nd and 4th Tuesday (only 4th Tuesdays June – August) from 12:30 - 2:00 pm in the WPC Parlor. Good storytelling is a plus; the ability to laugh is a must; knitting/crochet skills are not so important. All are welcome.