There is nothing better than sharing with friends over a cup of coffee or glass of tea. It is great to find out what other women are doing in their
There is nothing better than sharing with friends over a cup of coffee or glass of tea. It is great to find out what other women are doing in their congregations and communities.
As the Ministry Leadership Team met and talked about what opportunities we might share this year, the desire to connect and share ideas came up over and over again. So, we decided that our first Coffee Connection of 2022 would be a time to brainstorm and share ideas of ministries and programs in which your congregation’s women participate.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
Join us as we discuss –
- The extent and nature of the problem of Domestic Violence and Partner Abuse.
- How to identify the signs of Domestic Violence and Partner Abuse.
- How we can be advocates and provide support for those who are trying to emerge or remain free from situations of Domestic Violence and Partner Abuse.
My name is Verneice Prince. I am a single mom to four wonderful children. I grew up in the foster care system and it has been my life plan to earn a professional college degree which I did in December 2020 when I graduated from ISU Social Work Program with my Master’s Degree. I am a volunteer counselor for Integrity Counseling, in Bloomington, IL and the CEO of a homeless outreach program Cruisin Outta Poverty Services (COPS) NFP in Mclean County.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:30 am(GMT-05:00) View in my time