Women's Day!

Saturday, September 21 10:00am-1:00pm (then we will serve from 1:30-3:00pm) at the Atwood Center Rasmuson Hall | Join us for our 2019 Women's Day!
Our focus is SERVICE! Our guest speaker, Nadine Templer, will be speaking about how we as women can make a positive impact in our communities by serving others. There will be a provided lunch, time to mingle, and then we will all go out and serve together throughout the community!

Regular registration is $35.00 per person.
Campus students (taking 3 courses or more) & teens are $25.00 per person.
Please contact Mari Gorash at 907-791-0151 if you have any questions!

Get to know our speaker!:
Nadine Templer is French, became a disciple in London in 1983, and went to India with her husband to plant the Bangalore church in 1988. Over the next 20 years, Nadine and her husband led or oversaw churches all over South Asia (India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) and the United Kingdom. Ten years ago, Nadine and her husband embarked on a new path, and Nadine started working full time for HOPE worldwide, first as Director of Education for South Asia, and for the last five years as Director of International Volunteer programs for Hww Global.
Mark and Nadine have five children, including two daughters adopted from India.

 
 
 
 

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Saturday, September 21 10:00am-1:00pm (then we will serve from 1:30-3:00pm) at the Atwood Center Rasmuson Hall
Join us for our 2019 Women's Day!
Our focus is SERVICE! Our guest speaker, Nadine Templer, will be speaking about how we as women can make a positive impact in our communities by serving others. There will be a provided lunch, time to mingle, and then we will all go out and serve together throughout the community!

Regular registration is $35.00 per person.
Campus students (taking 3 courses or more) & teens are $25.00 per person.
Please contact Mari Gorash at 907-791-0151 if you have any questions!

Get to know our speaker!:
Nadine Templer is French, became a disciple in London in 1983, and went to India with her husband to plant the Bangalore church in 1988. Over the next 20 years, Nadine and her husband led or oversaw churches all over South Asia (India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) and the United Kingdom. Ten years ago, Nadine and her husband embarked on a new path, and Nadine started working full time for HOPE worldwide, first as Director of Education for South Asia, and for the last five years as Director of International Volunteer programs for Hww Global.
Mark and Nadine have five children, including two daughters adopted from India.