Contact our Pastor of Adult Discipleship & Outreach, Laura Byrd, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
MAMAS (Moms At Many Ages & Stages)
More Than Just Moms
Meets 1st & 3rd Fridays
Beginning September 15th
MAMAS is an inclusive group of moms gathering to share in the beautiful wonder that is motherhood! MAMAS is a new women’s ministry for moms of all ages and stages of life. This ministry opportunity will meet on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month from 9:30am - 12:00pm beginning September 15. Each gathering will begin with catered breakfast/brunch and discussion, speakers, or activities that focus on the many great things that we as women have to offer each other, those we love the most, and ourselves. MAMAS is open to all moms at Grace Avenue and in the community! Childcare is available for any child needing it during the meeting.
Registration fee of $30.00 per semester will be collected once we begin meeting.
If you would like more information, please contact Kristen Lane, Minister of Discipleship, at KLane@graceavenue.org.
Coffee Talk Tuesdays
9:15am in the Worship Center
Coffee Talk is a community of women that are seeking to learn about God, make connections, and solve the world's problems! Please join us as we share in a time of devotion, discussion, and prayer. We laugh a lot, support each other through life's ups and downs, and work to make our community a better place through small service projects. BYOC!
Contact Karyl Patredis at email@example.com with questions.
Sisters of Scripture
Wednesdays @ 9:30 am-11:30 am | Room 219
Beginning September 6th
This group of women friends meets weekly, offering a variety of studies throughout the year.
Contact Cathy Vining at CatherineHVining@gmail.com with questions or to find out more.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
2nd Tuesdays | 1-2:30 pm | Tom Graves Hall
We are a group of adult women (but men are welcome too!) who crochet, knit, and sometimes sew or quilt for people going through a difficult time. We make prayer shawls, lap blankets, hats, scarves, baby and preemie items, and sleeping mats made from plastic yarn (plarn) made by members of our group. We are also making soap sacks – small crocheted or knitted bags made from cotton yarn that hold a bar of soap and can be used as a washcloth – that we are donating to the Little Elm Food Bank and Samaritan Inn in McKinney. We support local hospitals, Austin Street Center in Dallas, assisted living centers, a hospice center, and other organizations as well as our own church members and visitors. We can teach you to crochet or knit if you’d like to learn. Join us and make some new friends while helping others in our community!
Contact Lisa McDonald at Barryandlisamcdonald@tx.rr.com or 214.356.2950 for more information.