a Women's Ministry event



Showcasing Our Collective Creativity

We are all made in the image of the Master Creator...we were made to create! 
Come and connect with other women who share your creative interests as we showcase our collective creativity.

Leeanne Smith

Family and music are the two things that bring joy to my heart like nothing else and draw me close to God.  I’m so grateful that He has made a way for me to be involved in music worship at Celebrate Recovery, and helps me write love songs to Him.  Psalm 40:2-3 says it so well- “He lifted me out of the pit of despair, out of the mud and the mire. He set my feet on solid ground and steadied me as I walked along. He has given me a new song to sing, a hymn of praise to our God.”

Sue Calhoun

I was born to be a gardener; it's a family passion.  I enjoy nearly all aspects of gardening, but my focus has always been on growing and using edibles (fruits, vegetables, herbs.) I get a lot of joy blessing others with the overflow of my garden: donating to food banks and sharing produce with neighbors and my friends at Prime Timers.

I also love to preserve vegetables and herbs and share these also with neighbors and friends.

Sue Randall

Since marriage, we have always done a make, bake, or grow it Christmas to help with gift-giving.  I then started teaching classes at our church as a way to bring unchurched friends to a fun and comfortable place and learn a new craft.

My crafts have also helped with our finances when I worked part-time.  It gave me the opportunity to stay at home more with our children.  I have taught snowmen classes in 3 different schools and am blessed to do that in our church this year.

Patty Miller

I have enjoyed decorating cakes for many years and have found it to be a way to bring a blessing to others.  Honoring family members' birthdays, graduations, etc. has brought joy to them and to me!  After praying for a way to touch lives for Jesus, God opened an opportunity for me to provide monthly birthday cakes at Gospel Missions Shelter for Women and Children.

Amy Beagle

I have fiddled with pottery off and on since college.  My favorite way to use this hobby to bless others was when I did a Sunday school series on The Potter and the Clay with 5th and 6th graders several years ago.  With my own home studio space nearly ready to move into, I hope to eventually offer workshops that inspire creative clay projects through each participant’s personal reflection on their relationship with Christ.