"...and there was evening, and there was morning, the first day." -Genesis 1:5
Throughout scripture there is a pattern of evenings and mornings, rhythms of the day instituted at creation and continued by the ancient Church in her practice of morning and evening prayer. It serves as a reminder that each day from beginning to end is held in God's hands.
We want to imitate that rhythm in the structure of our gatherings. Women's schedules differ vastly from one life season to another and while it isn't possible for us all to be together in body, we desire for the morning and evening gathering to echo one another and, similar to morning and evening prayer, draw us together in spirit.
Morning and Evening Gathering is a time for women to gather together, study the Word, and spend time discussing and praying in their small groups. Small groups will remain the same for the year, so that relationships have time to develop and deepen.
This is a time for the women of All Saints to enjoy worship, large group teaching, mentoring, small group discussion, prayer, and fellowship.