Our mission is to reach women for the kingdom of God, help them grow into the likeness of Christ, and develop a passion to glorify Him with every part of their lives.

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Upcoming Events

Women’s Day

Saturday, Nov 5, 2022

Join us for a full day of workshops (taught by North Wake ladies), delicious food & fellowship.

  • Catered Lunch Provided
  • Saturday, Nov. 5th, 8:30am – 3:30pm
  • Register HERE

Breakfast is provided by the ladies who attend. If you would like to bring a breakfast item, click HERE.

Class Descriptions

Broken & Beautifully Mended (Alicia Burgess & Kim Morrisette)

Come and learn the Japanese art of Kintsugi. In just one hour, we will break and mend a pottery bowl with shimmery gold giving it new beauty and worth. You will leave with a beautifully restored bowl to remind you of Christ’s mending work in your own life.

Searching for Sabbath in a Busy World: Teach Me to Sabbath (Erica Mingo)

What is the Sabbath? What did Jesus say about it? How do we Sabbath in the 21st Century? We will answer these questions and discover ways to implement and plan a personal Sabbath into our weekly rhythms.

Reshaping Father to Be More Heavenly (Mary Kathryn Lassetter)

Whether good or bad, we all have a developed definition of “father” that we bring with us when trying to understand our Heavenly Father. Through this hands-on word study, we will reshape and sharpen our understanding of God as our Father. We will discuss what defines God as Father we as His daughters are impacted by these truths.

Walking Through Miscarriage (Anna Smith)

Miscarriage brings devastating loss. We will explore common experiences women have during a miscarriage, helpful/unhelpful ways to support women suffering from a miscarriage, and pregnancy after a miscarriage.

Lifestyle Photography with Just Your Phone (Brooklyn Bowman)

Have you ever desired to take stunning, professional photos of your family? We will be experimenting with focus, lighting, exposure, contrast, basic editing, and tips and tricks to get your phone photos from looking meh to looking WOW!

The Lost Art of Friendship (Katelyn Cerrito)

We’ll get a fuller view of biblical friendship as God intended it, challenge each other to pursue God’s design in practical ways, and ultimately see how Christ as our truest friend empowers us to be faithful friends.

Household Tips and Tricks (Allison Grubbs)

Maintaining the cleanliness of a home can be daunting and overwhelming. This class will give you the tools you need to clean and organize your space in a way that’s efficient and manageable giving you more time to do the things you want!

If You Can’t Push Up, Push Down and Other Life Hacks for Making Exercise Work for You (Sylvia Basham)

Do you want exercise and working out to be a higher priority for you but you don’t know where to start? Are you too embarrassed to start? This workshop will give you THE secret that will encourage you in your mindset towards this goal as well as practical ideas to make exercise work for you.

All the Feels (Marie Burrus)

Women experience complicated emotions. Depending on our personalities (and sometimes the day), we can either minimize or maximize our feelings. We will explore what God has to say about our emotions and how we can begin to feel more Christlike.

Why Do My Evangelism Efforts Feel So Lame? (Carrie Quintero & Meghan Roberts)

Have you ever felt that awkward silence when trying to evangelize, so you defaulted to talking about yourself, your kids, your job, etc? Join us as we train our minds to master the art of asking questions just like Jesus did in the NT. Let’s make evangelism and outreach part of WHO we are rather than WHAT we do.

The Brewing Bibliolator: A Person Who is Passionately Enthusiastic About Books (Cat Robinson)

Let’s talk about all things books! All of us (including children and young adults) benefit from reading books, but how do we find good books to read? This two part class will discuss how to find good books, how to encourage reading, and what to do with what we read.

Basics of DIY Beauty (Melanie Young)

For many of us, makeup and skincare are part of our daily routines. This hands-on “make-and-take class” will show you how to create homemade makeup and skincare items.

Women Caring for Women Talks

Grieving with Hope (Liz Williams)


  • 10 Peaceful Practices — Stephanie Joyner spoke at See & Savor (Sept 25th) on Soul Care. This is an attachment of some helpful practices in soul care.

Past Retreat Talks

  • April 22-24, 2022 — To listen to the talks from the 2022 Spring Retreat (Rest & Renew: Re-Examining Both Heart & Practice), click HERE.
  • April 12-14, 2019 — To listen to the talks from the 2019 Spring Retreat (Identity: The Real Answer), click HERE.
  • April 13-15, 2018 — To listen to the talks from the 2018 Spring Retreat (Living with Anger), click HERE.
  • April 28-30, 2017To listen to the talks from the 2017 Spring Retreat, click HERE.
  • April 8-10, 2016 — To listen to the talks from the 2016 Spring Retreat, click HERE.

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