March 5th, 2022 | 9am - 3pm

WOMEN'S RETREAT

Never Alone - The Lord is with you
wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

Retreat details

Cost: $25/ Adult, $15/ Student - Pay here

(Lunch included with the cost of retreat)

Register Here

Retreat Hours: 9 AM - 3 PM

(doors open at 8:30 AM)

Theme: Never Alone - "The Lord is with you wherever you go. " Joshua 1:9

Service Project: Please consider bringing feminine hygiene items to donate to the Blue Box Program

Friday Optional Social Activity will be at The Welman Project

A Night to Make and Play while making New Friends!

“There is nothing more vulnerable than creativity. . . It's not about winning,  it's not about losing, it's about showing up and being seen.”   ~Brené Brown

 

What: An adventure to The Welman Project, local non-profit whose mission is to “Fill a Classroom, Not a Landfill”.   Come and find out how you can support their mission while engaging in creative reuse. We will be challenged to open our eyes and minds on how to look at things as treasure vs. trash while trying new skills in their recently opened “Makers Space.” Wendie Lunsford will be our adventure guide to creating a new way to help students, teachers, friends and family.

 

When:   Friday, March 4th, 6 PM – 8 PM
 

Where:  The Welman Project, 3950 W Vickery Blvd*
 

What to bring:  An appetizer/dessert/beverage (pick one) to share. Bring openness to meet new friends and try new things


Cost: Suggested donation of $20 to The Welman Project which benefits our local teachers.
 

RSVP:  Visit the registration table at Genesis UMC before services or register here

 

Learn more about The Welman Project @ https://thewelmanproject.org/   

 
All are welcome, so feel free to bring a friend!


*If interested in carpooling from Genesis to The Welman Project email Nancy 

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The Women’s Retreat at Genesis UMC on March 5th this year will be collecting feminine products to donate to Crowley House of Hope and Neighborhood Needs for distribution to women in need in our community. This ministry was selected to honor the memory of Rebecca Read and her efforts to help those in need.

 

There are Blue Boxes in the Commons Area of the Church for the collection of items. For those unable to attend the retreat but with a desire to donate, please feel free to place your item(s) in the boxes. After the Women’s Retreat, we will transport the boxes to Crowley House of Hope and Neighborhood Needs

Thank you for your Blessing to others.

"The world lost the radiant Rebecca Read in July of 2016. Becca was a Girl Scout and as a Girl Scout, the biggest honor was receiving her gold award. Becca's gold award was "The Blue Box Project" which collected feminine products for women's shelters around the DFW area. Becca put others before self and this project was a testament to who she was as a person."