Our vision at WECC is that we might equip and mobilize men and women where they live, work, and play so that we might see family, city, and world renewal. To that end we focus our main efforts on life-on-life discipleship. Know that our staff would love to meet with you anytime to see how you might benefit from these discipleship avenues.
Registration and childcare sign-ups are now open for Summer Thrive! Summer Thrive is a gathering for women that helps to bridge the gap between the day-to-day choices and challenges we face and God’s larger story at play.
What does it mean to thrive? Women who thrive live more freely out of a full heart and better connect with God, themselves, and others. The weekly topics will focus on a variety of areas including (but not limited to) parenting, marriage, loss. life disappointments, influence, purpose, control, and surrender.
WHEN: Wednesdays starting June 7 from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m.
WHERE: At West End Community in room 440.
WHAT: A light breakfast and a large group time followed by discussion around tables.
PLEASE NOTE: The deadline to register for childcare is May 21.
Click here to learn more or register >>
Parenting with Wisdom in a Digital Age
Dates: March 29-May 3
Times: Wednesday mornings from 10-11 a.m. and Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Led by Dr. Katherine Koonce, this study on Parenting with Wisdom in a Digital Age covered topics including "Parenting in a SnapChat World," "How Children Succeed: The Power of Character" and "Worried all the Time: Growing Up in an Age of Anxiety." HEAR THE AUDIO ARCHIVES >>
Working Mom’s Lunch Study
If you would like to be a part of a Working Mom’s Lunch Bible Study contact Kristen Stewart if you work in the Green Hills area at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you work in the Downtown area contact Lori Peffer at email@example.com.
The Wounded Heart Study with Beth Hamilton
"The Wounded Heart: Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse" by Dr. Dan B. Allender.
As women, one in three of us has been wounded by childhood sexual abuse. Often, no one knows we are the walking wounded. We are active, friendly, gifted women who appear as if nothing is wrong; however, privately we are hurting and feel deeply alone. But we don't have to be. Join us in finding hope together in a small, safe setting that is FULLY confidential and gospel-centered.
If you or any woman you know is interested in joining this group or have questions, please respond to Beth by confidential
e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (865-599-6475 cell).