The Golden Girls study God’s word and its practical application for daily living as women in the world today.
Women Unplugged, ages 30-70, gather to unplug from their daily routines and the general busy-ness of life to focus on God’s Word in the Bible and its practical application for daily living as a woman in the world today, while encouraging one another in their Christian journey.
Woman of all ages come together for scripture-based studies and stimulating discussions. We use our time together to guide us as we grow in our faith, all while enjoying a cup of tea! (Coffee acceptable).
Determined: LIving LIke Jesus in Every Moment Women’s Bible Study of the Book of Luke
Melissa Spoelstra’s Numbers Say “no” to the desire for bigger, better, faster, and more. Imagine being on the verge of realizing all your dreams, but all you can focus on is how long it took to get where you are. It’s hard to relate to the story in the Book of Numbers about a group of people who wandered in the desert for forty years, unable to enter the Promised Land because of their grumbling and complaining…until we take a…
This craft group is for all interested in making crafts. Join us for fun, good coffee, and fellowship! Contact Sarah Foerster 469.795.9353 for more information.
A group of ladies who have lost their spouses and share in supporting one another. Rebuilding Life meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Contact Charlean Grobe.
Join this group of women readers for discussion and refreshments. The group determines book selections at the first meeting of the year. All women of the church and community are welcome! Contact Mary Perkins, 972.741.5452
The Ruth Circle group of women come together each month to enjoy programs, share food, pray over concerns, and support missions that touch the lives of girls and women. Contact Phyllis Eix for more information.
Save the date for the FUMC Allen Fall Women’s Retreat, September 13-15, 2019.
Save the date for FUMC Allen’s fall women’s retreat, September 13-15, at Springhill Retreat Center in Richardson, TX. Pastor Jessica Wright will lead our program that she’s named “The Geography of Grace.” “Retreat participants will traverse The Geography of Grace. The metaphor of geography–deserts, forests, seas, marshlands, and more–can help us reconnect with our inner, spiritual nature. The two landscapes have much in common and can inform each other: cut off from the land, we lose our sense of place…
The Out to Dinner Bunch is a women’s social group that meets the third Tuesday of each month to share a meal and fellowship at a local restaurant. Contact Zoe Dearing for more information.