A Ladies Day Apart

    Saturday, October 26, 2019
    8:45 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Join us on October 26th for a day focused on the Peace of God.
    Cost is $25 (if registered by Oct. 16 - $30 after Oct. 16)
    Fee includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch

    Register online here

    Speaker: Marion Mills Maier

    Marion is passionate about God’s grace, mental health issues, women, family and community. Marion will be sharing about the peace we can find even in the middle of the pain and the challenges which are a part of life. In addition to being a pastor’s wife, Marion was a social worker in Mental Health at Grand River Hospital. After the homegoing of her husband Rev. Don Mills, Marion remarried and now enjoys a blended family of eight adult children and 25 grandchildren.

    Our main sessions will include a time of worship. Our Bethel Worship Team will lead as we praise our God for who He is and all that He has done for us.

    Morning Seminar Choices:

    1.  Cooking with the Instant Pot
    Instant Pot is a multi-cooker that does the job of a electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer and more. It's a single appliance that does the job of 7! Eva Harden will give us some great ideas on how we can use this new appliance to make fast, nutritious and delicious meals for our families.

    2.  Make-up Application 101: Application Throughout Our Ages
    Learn step by step about the tools, products and techniques needed to perfect your everyday makeup application no matter what age you are. Sarah Davidson began her career in modelling for Gemini Models. At the young age of 18, Sarah began her professional makeup career with Estee Lauder and Christian Dior, where she was trained in skin care and makeup application. After perfecting her style Sarah returned to Gemini as a Modelling Coach and Professional Makeup Artist. One of the things she enjoys most is working with wedding parties getting ready for the big day.

    3.  Breast Health
    Inge Kopanke is married to Rich, the pastor at Faith Church in Kitchener, and is a mother of two. As a retired nurse, Inge is concerned with the issue of breast health. Inge is also a passionate follower of Jesus Christ who experienced God’s grace during the difficult time when she, herself, was battling breast cancer. She will share some of the truths she learned during those long months that have shaped her life - and we know they will impact ours as well.

    4.  Basic Home Repairs
    Sometimes home repairs can be difficult - but there are also many basic repairs that anyone can learn to do. Jo Scott is a teacher at Rockway Mennonite Collegiate, she also runs a business, Jo’s Affordable Painting, which she started when she was a university student. Jo also owns a century-old house which is a duplex where she lives on one side with tenants on other. As a single woman she has learned much along the way as she manages the small repairs that come up in her business and home. She’ll share, encourage and give you some “hands on” experiences.

    Afternoon Seminar


    Constable Katja Fischer has been an officer for the past 10 years with the Waterloo Regional Police Services and is currently assigned to the Traffic  Services Branch. She is very aware of how people are sometimes taken advantage of. During our afternoon seminar time, she will share important information about safety when involved in a collision and she will also give us some warnings concerning telephone scams along with some advice and directions on how to handle these difficult calls.

    Constable Fischer brings a wide range of work and life experience with her into her seminars. At work, she is one of four pilots for the Remote Piloted Vehicle and is trained in collision investigation. She is fluent in three languages and is an accomplished equestrian in her spare time.

    If you prefer not to register online, you can also register by calling the church at 519-696-2284, ext. 221 (if the administrative assistant is not in, please leave your name and number and we will return your call).