Women On Mission

Our WOM challenge this year is for Christ followers to:

  • Follow His example
  • Step into the world around us
  • Cultivate relationships
  • Create opportunities to demonstrate the love of Christ by all means possible

Can you believe it is FALL? Our WOM groups are in full swing. The leadership team is working together until we can welcome our new director. For those of you who have not heard, Margaret Honeycutt has accepted our invitation to become our new director starting in January. I know how you have supported me and our mission projects and that you will continue that support for Margaret and the team.
A question we should ask ourselves is, “Are we meeting the critical needs in our community, state, and the world?” Women’s Missionary Union addresses these issues daily through: Project Help-Refugees, World Crafts, Health Care and Clean Water-Pure Water Pure Love. We also help with these crisis through our special offerings. World Hunger day is coming up on October 13th and we address this issue in our monthly support of the food pantry at FISH. WOM are always open to your suggestions of how we can help meet other problems in our community. I want to thank everyone who supported the GAs church wide summer mission project. Your pocket change totaled $238.78. The girls will shop for items needed by our wounded Vets at the Hampton Veterans Hospital.
Our mission groups extend an invitation to all women in our church family to come and join or just visit any of our three groups. We meet the second Tuesday each month. These meetings, with location and times, are also listed in the bulletin. Blessings, Leslie Baker and WOM the Leadership Team

Dear Walnut Hills Family,
WHBC provides the evening meal for the Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) of the College of William & Mary on Sunday, November 10th. We need your help in providing the meal. Sign up will be via the Sunday bulletin or www.perfectpotluck.com. At the website, select “Find It”. Coordinator: Roark Password: BCM2019-11
Please consider signing up to provide food or help serving the meal at 5:00pm prior to their Sunday Evening worship time. Our dinner theme is “Variety is the Spice of Life” — some students are international. If you plan to deliver food to the church, please have it in the kitchen by 4:15pm on November 10th. If you wish to take it directly to the BCM building, please deliver by 4:45pm. Thank you for participating in this ministry.
Daphne Goodrich and
Wilma Roark

October Calendar
1 Red Cross Blood Drive
8 WOM group meetings:
Annette Hall and Mission Vision, 9:30am at WHBC
Hospitality Center wrapping gifts for Norge children
Helping Hands, 1:30am in Mitch’s classroom
13 World Hunger Sunday
27 Jane’s GAs, RAs & Acteens meeting after worship service
28-29 PBA Annual Meeting at Ivy Memorial Baptist Church in Hampton

November Calendar
1-2 Women’s Get-A-Way at Eagle Eyrie (Interested? See Jean Harrison)
4 Baptist Women’s World Day of Prayer – Steven’s Memorial Baptist Church, Newport News at 9:30am.
11-13 BGAV Meeting – Bonsack Baptist, Roanoke (see page 5)
12 WOM groups meetings:
Annette Hall, 9:30am at Brenda Bass’s home – presentation by representatives of the Williamsburg House of Mercy and The Harbor
Mission Vision, 10:30am Delores Rowe’s home
Helping Hands, 1:30pm at Joanne Jenner’s home
24 Jane’s GAs, RAs & Acteens meeting after worship service
24 Putting up our Chrismon Tree. This is open to anyone who would like to help immediately after worship service.

October Box
Focus: Fluvanna Women’s Correctional Center
Need (must be exact)
• bottle of shampoo, no larger than 15 oz.
• bottle of lotion, no larger than 15 oz
• greeting cards: Christmas and Hanukkah cards and all occasion greeting cards. Avoid cards and envelope flaps containing aluminum foil.
• stationery: writing paper of any size and envelopes 6 1/2” or 9 1/2″ long.
forever stamps: not on envelopes! Please put stamps in a baggie and not in boxes of cards.

November Box
Focus: Peninsula Rescue Ministry
• new toys