kaleidoscope: Women’s group
Meets the first Tuesday of each month
7:00 pm | Youth Center
(on hiatus for the summer)
The St. Paul Kaleidoscope group is composed of women with a variety of interests and a desire to serve God and our community. The group is made up of mothers, grandmothers, retired, working, homemakers, single and married and is open to all who share our interests and goals. We meet once a month, usually the first Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm in the Parlor of St. Paul. Exceptions include potlucks in June and December at the homes of members. At the December meeting, we make plans for sponsoring one or more families for Christmas and make donations to various organizations in the area, many of which we have visited or had speakers come to our meetings.
Our meetings this year have been educational, inspiring and have afforded us opportunities for service. In March we had a speaker from Scholar House; April’s speaker was from Scarlet’s Hope; May’s speaker was from Shirley’s Way. These are three outstanding organizations in our area that provide assistance and, in many cases, a future to many people in our community.
We will not meet at our regular time in August but instead will prepare and serve a meal at the Ronald McDonald House in late August. In September, we will prepare a meal at Gilda’s Club. In October, we will have a speaker from Girls Rock.
If you are interested in joining our group or simply want to visit and find out more, please contact B.J. Fore at 502 458-2702 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaleidoscope engages in local mission nearly ever month and past projects have included:
- preparing dinner at the Ronald McDonald House
- preparing dinner for residents at Gilda’s Club
- sponsoring birthdays for West End School students
- collected and delivered supplies for MIHOW (Mothers & Infants Health Outreach Workers) at Henderson Settlement Methodist Mission
- collected supplies for children at Our Lady of Peace Hospital
She is clothed with strength and dignity and laughs without fear of the future.
— Proverbs 31:25