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  1. A Christmas Tea

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    A Christmas Tea Ladies Event Saturday December 10 at 1:00p.m.

    We’d be delighted to have you join us at our women’s Christmas Tea, as we celebrate the gift of Jesus and spend some very special time together. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to get dressed up a bit, enjoy a delicious selection of foods (and tea, of course), a little Christmas music, and hear the Good News of the Gospel.


    Plan on inviting a friend, family member, or co-worker and enjoy this meaningful tea time together. The cost is only $12.00 per person ($17.00 AFTER November 20). Sign-up deadline is December 4 (or until we reach seating capacity of 175). A gluten-free menu selection is available ONLY if you request it when you register. We can’t wait to have A Christmas Tea with you!

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    Questions? Contact Jeanne McInroy at (801) 703-8742 or

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  2. Heart Sisters Conference

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    Heart Sisters Conference

    We all long to have deep, meaningful, and God-honoring relationships with other women, don’t we? Having good relationships is so important for every aspect of our lives. Sometimes, it’s not as easy as we’d like. Sometimes, we could use a little help! GREAT NEWS!


    We have a women’s conference designed just for you!

    Please join us for fellowship, worship and very practical teachings about how you can be the friend you’ve always wanted to have. Topics include: how your “life story” can affect the relationships in your life, how to successfully engage in conflict resolution, and how friendships change during the different seasons of your life. It doesn’t get more practical than that!

    Our guest speaker will be Natalie Chambers Snapp, author of the book “Heart Sisters – Be the Friend You Want To Have”. (These books are available at all Rock location Storefronts for $10) Natalie is passionate about helping women build strong relationships with other women.

    Also, we have created a Spotify playlist of the songs we’ll be singing at the conference. Feel free to download it and enjoy them ahead of time.

    This is a conference you’re not going to want to miss!



    • Friday, April 22: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. (registration starts at 6:00 p.m.)
    • Saturday, April 23: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (light breakfast at 8:00 a.m.)


    • $29.00 (box lunch included), $22.00 (bring your own)


    • 11630 S 700 E, Draper, UT 84020


    QUESTIONS? please contact:

    Hope to see you there!

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  3. Teach What Is Good

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    Teach What Is Good

    This past Friday (February 12), we had a Cookie Exchange for our newfound Ladies Night for our Salt Lake City location (Every second Friday of the month!) It was encouraging to see women meeting new women, breaking down walls, and building community. It was a success to say the least, especially if you measure success in number of cookies exchanged.


    It was a shining moment for our grassroots Women’s Ministry. I’ve recently been learning that a Women’s Ministry doesn’t have to be this fancy, formal, organized program. But, it does have to occur. It’s the day-in, day-out, lived and breathed moments women share with women. And guess what? This is a Biblical idea.

    God commands women to learn from other women through Paul in Titus 2.

    “Likewise, teach the older women to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted to much wine, but to teach what is good. Then they can urge the younger women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the word of God.”

    Paul used the Greek word Kalodidaskalous, which has since been translated as “Teach what is good.” Kalodidaskalous is a way of teaching through combining example and behavior, character and lifestyle. Paul is essentially saying, “Teach by your character, but show by your lifestyle.” It’s one thing to teach what is good through instruction; it’s another thing to teach what is good through lived example.

    It’s important to understand this isn’t about age. This is about spiritual maturity. A mentor, or someone who is spiritually mature, is one who “has a more complete puzzle of life assembled, guiding me in the placement of my missing pieces.”

    Practically, this means we need to be in relationships with others. We can’t learn what is good through an isolated incident. Ask God for humility to start this kind of honest, “teach-what-is-good” relationship in your own life. Ask God for humility to be transparent with another woman so she can learn from you. Ask God for a humble heart to be taught.

    “Humble yourselves before the Lord and He will lift you up.” (James 4:10)

    Whether it’s over a new cookie recipe, meeting weekly over coffee, or during your child’s naptime, be a Titus 2 woman – one who is not too proud to ask for help, and is never too proud to learn.

    Learning and Teaching,
    Natalee Kasmiskie

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