Blacknall women, want to participate in the St. John/Blacknall Gospel Choir? We have been invited to sing again! Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 3 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church. This is a joint worship service with Walltown Neighborhood Ministries community food drive. If you’d like to sing, there will be one practice led by Mrs. Karen Alston (from St. John’s) the week before (TBA). If you’d like to participate, please contact Margaret.
Click the player below to listen to the recording from the Women’s Ministry Kickoff.
Prayer Walking with your Neighbors
Thursday, September 9
7-9 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
Our Fall Kickoff Event is Tuesday, September 9! Let’s meet for a special evening with Rosaria Butterfield teaching about prayer. Rosaria is an engaging Christian speaker , scholar, advocate, and singer. Last year she joined with several Blacknall women in their neighborhood to walk and pray. All women are invited to come and enjoy making connections and praying together. If you are new to Blacknall, this is a great way to find out find out who lives in your neighborhood too! Childcare is provided. Questions? Contact Margaret Frothingham or Donna Mutter.
Thursday Morning Play Groups–Come with or without children on July 18 at 10 a.m. to Few’s Ford on the Eno River. The park is located at the end of Cole Mill Road past Pleasant Green. To access Few’s Ford, park in the 1st parking lot on the right. Gatherings are cancelled if weather is bad.
Summer Wednesday Evening Events – These are informal gatherings which are just right to invite a friend or come solo and count on meeting new friends.
- Wednesday, July 9, Bethany Innes Bonnemere and Dana McCarty will lead us in a worship dance class. No prior experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothes. This event is at Blacknall. Childcare is available. To sign up, please contact Beth Solie, email@example.com.
- Wednesday, July 16. Let’s meet at Cocoa and Cinnamon (420 W Geer Street) Coffee, hot chocolate, tea served in a fun atmosphere in downtown Durham near Central Park School http://www.cocoacinnamon.com/whatwedo/ Traci Hoover hosts (7-9 p.m.)
- Wednesday, July 23 Jessica Butler, Ashley Kernodle, Julie Bryce and Molly Demarest would like to host a gathering this night. Location, to be announced later!
- Wednesday, August 13, Shelly Epps will host a beading night. Bring your supplies and we’ll create together. Both of these events are in the Blacknall Fellowship Hall from 7-9 PM. More details will come later. Childcare is available, though we ask you register. To sign up, please contact Beth Solie firstname.lastname@example.org
New Summer Wednesday Morning Study: Prayers in Scripture (10-11:30 a.m.) May 28 – July 23 (excluding VBS week) in the Fellowship Hall, women are invited to look at a different scripture prayer each week with rotating teachers. The format is much simpler than the study during the year, and will vary from week to week, offering a mix of contemplative time, discussion, and teaching. In trying to keep things simple, no refreshments will be served, but you are welcome to bring your own. Childcare is available, though please register on CCB. CLICK HERE to register.
Questions? Contact: Keely Leim (919.442.8455; email@example.com).
Saturday, March 15 | **CLASS FULL**
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. in the Blacknall Community Room
Saturday, April 26
12:30-4 p.m. in the Blacknall Community Room
Click here to register through CCB
Local artist Phaedra Taylor will combine scripture reading, prayer and time of silence to open the morning. Then participants create a small piece of art on panels of wood using a process called “Encaustic Painting.” To see examples, go to www.phaedrataylor.com. Cost for the workshop is $25 (checks payable to BMPC). Space is limited to 20 people. She is willing to offer another workshop after Easter if this event fills. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos from phaedrataylor.com
Thursday, December 5
9:30-11:30 a.m. | Blacknall’s Fellowship Hall
There will be a delicious brunch followed by Christmas worship and a reflection by Camille Bishop, missionary, author, and teacher. We will also have a special outreach with friends from Reality Ministries, so please bring a few dollars for their sale. Friends are welcome! Childcare is available starting at 9:15 a.m. Questions? Contact Melissa Hartemink (email@example.com; 919-416-8458)
Sunday Evening Study for Women – Strong Women, Soft Hearts
First Sunday of the Month starting October 6
6:30 – 8:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
Come explore how God stirs in the deepest longings of your heart and uses those to draw you deeper into Him, shaping His purposes in you. With the book, Strong Women, Soft Hearts as a backdrop, we will look at the themes of desire, vulnerability, fear, trust, and the need to feel in control. The gatherings include a short talk and plenty of time for discussion around themes so much at the hart of our walk with God. This is for women in all ages and stages, and we encourage you to come and invite a friend. Leaders are Betsy Poole, Kim Dunderdale, and Paula Rinehart. Childcare is available. To register for yourself or childcare, click here. If you would like to purchase a book online, please click here. Questions? Contact Margaret Frothingham.
Women’s Bible Study begins soon! Goodie Bell and Janise Matyas Smith will co-teach a study of Ruth and Esther at this fall. Meetings will be on Thursday mornings, 9:15-11:30 a.m. from 9/12 to 12/5. Childcare is provided. Fee for the semester is $15. Click here to register through CCB. If you already registered, please stop by the Lower Atrium starting this Sunday, August 25, to pay your registration fee and pick up your study guide! Questions? Contact: Melissa Hartemink (firstname.lastname@example.org or 919 416 8458).