Achievers Luncheon – Sept 24 2020


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If you are 55 years and older, this enthusiastic group is for YOU!
Anticipation • Celebration • Humor • Inspiration • Enlightenment • Vibrancy • Excitement • Reconnection • Spirituality

Date

Thursday, September 24, 2020, Noon-1:00pm. Mark your calendars now!
(We meet every 4th Thursday, September – April, except December)

  • Cost: NO COST… we will meet virtually via Zoom
  • Menu: You will be providing you own luncheon delights. Perhaps you would consider inviting a friend over to share a meal or dessert during the talk.
  • What: The luncheon begins with a warm welcome, announcements, humor, a devotional, and prayer of the meal. Followed by our guest speaker with an interesting topic.
  • Who: This event is open to both church communities and the community at large.

Topic 

“King Josiah – Your circumstances do not have to define how you relate and respond to God”

Speaker: Julie Hovey

“I started out in New Brunswick and moved across the country, having a baby girl in each province that Dr. Rev. Richard Hovey and I have lived in. A pastor’s wife for most of my married life has provided me with a few interesting stories to tell. Teaching young children about Jesus is my passion. Being a stay-at-home mom has been a blessing that has provided me the time to volunteer in several children’s ministries and run a full-time day-home.

“Presently, I am beginning an internship in the children’s program at First Baptist Church Regina, a requirement for the Christian Ministry Degree from Briercrest. I also currently work at the Pilgrim Inn in Caronport and have found unexpected opportunities to share my faith with many of the guests.”

 

PLEASE RSVP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
Email: main_fbcregina@sasktel.net or 306-359-1450 ext 223 or ext 221

Previous Presentations

Visit the Achievers website to view upcoming and previous luncheons and events.

Many of these presentations can be viewed and heard on the Folks at First website page. Carolyn Ward, Kevin Rich, John Hillmer, Barry Lyons, Ivy Scobie, Irene Sotropa, Timothy Long, Ron Philips, John Nelson, Rod Donnison, and many others.