Published Saturday, May 05, 2012
From STAFF REPORTS
Zion Hill Baptist Church on Pinson Street is observing Women's Month during May.
The first event is set for today. Gloria Menchan is activities chairlady, and Delores Gay is program chairlady.
Women's chairlady at Zion Hill is Ann Smith. Smith said "some extraordinary programs for our annual Women's Month" have been planned by the women at Zion Hill.
A Pink Party Luncheon will be held today at noon. The luncheon's theme will be "I'm a Survivor – Sisters Celebrating, Surviving and Thriving through Jesus Christ." Tickets will be available for $10 each.
"We are asking all women to wear something pink," Menchan said.
The second event will be a Calendar Tea at on May 19 at 2 p.m. "Each table will be decorated to represent a holiday taking place that month," Gay explained. "We will enjoy tea and crumpets."
Tickets for the Calendar Tea will be $7 each.
"Our third program will be our Women's Month Revival. We will have three dynamic speakers who are ministers of the gospel," Menchan said. Services will start at 7:30 p.m. from May 21-23.
Preaching will be Sharon Wilkes of Rocky Mt. Bethel Baptist Church and St. Peter Baptist Church, Stephanie Keith of Bethel Heard Baptist Church and Donette Senior of Enunanuel Outreach Ministries.
Women's Month at Zion Hill will culminate with the church's annual Women's Day service at 11 a.m. on May 27. "Our speaker will be our own Sister Debra Stegall," Smith said.
Organizers said the month's activities were planned with women in mind. "From uplifting your soul with spiritual food to providing food for your physical body, our goal is to help restore Christian women back to Jesus Christ, our rightful owner," Gay said.