Fall 2013 RENEW Calendar
Note: Check the campus eLoop
for regular updates.
Fall 2013 Women's Events
Women Students . . .
Need a time to relax and share “academic stress and survival” with other women? Ann Iorg, Monica Lipsky, other Mentors and RENEW Leaders are available to you. Develop relationships with women in the Women to Women Mentoring Program
who have already invited you to call them. Email other RENEW Leadership anytime about their area of expertise. Plan to attend events listed in Weekly and Special Events below and announced in the eLoop
(weekly newsletter). You are invited to visit with Monica Lipsky, RENEW Coordinator Mondays - Thursdays 9am-2pm in the Student Services Office, Admin. Bldg. 105, or schedule a "break time" convenient for you at email@example.com
Married Students and Student's Wives . . .
All married students and student’s wives are considered members of our Student & Wives Fellowship (SWF) and are encouraged to fellowship with and minister to other GGBTS families. You can practice your leadership skills by assisting with an event or Bible Study. Experience the joy of ministering together and become better equipped for future service. If you have news about your family that we can celebrate or offer assistance, please contact Carola Borge
, SWF Leader or Monica Lipsky
, RENEW Coordinator at 415-388-1443.
2013 FALL WOMEN’S WEEKLY EVENTS
PRAYER GROUP 12:30-1:15pm (Acad. Bldg. Prayer Room, 111)
All GGBTS women are invited to pray together in our beautiful prayer room. This ‘on your knees’ group is led by Cara Burgess or Monica Lipsky every Monday at 12:30pm. Come and go as you like. To submit prayer requests contact Monica Lipsky.
PARTNERS IN MINISTRY TRAINING
(PMT) 6:20-8:30pm (Acad. Bldg., Room, 224)
PMT is a two-year unaccredited certificate program designed for Seminary student spouses regardless of educational background. There are no tests or papers; only light reading assignments. The eight courses are offered on a rotating basis, two per semester, lasting seven weeks each. PMT participants who successfully complete all eight courses will be presented with a certificate of completion This semester the first course, February 5 — March 19, is Marriage and Family taught by Ann Iorg. The second course, March 26 – May 14, is Foundations for Ministry. Each course is $25, which also includes childcare. Limited scholarships are available; contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for an application. Contact Dee Conner,
PMT Director, 415-380-1683 for more information or to preregister. Preregistration is encouraged for the provision of adequate child care. You can also register at the first class meeting.
SAMOBANG: KOREAN WOMEN FELLOWSHIP
9:00-11:00am (Belvedere Room, Cafeteria)
Starting February 7, join Ann Gill, wife of Pastor David Gill, for fellowship and a time in God’s Word about topics concerning minister’s wives/families and women in ministry. This fellowship is taught solely in Korean. Childcare provided. For information contact Samobang President Boeun Choi
or Ann Gill
GOLDEN GATE SEMINARY CHAPEL
11:00-11:50am (Chapel in Broadus Hall)
Beginning February 7. The GGBTS Chapel is a wonderful opportunity to grow in the Lord and worship with the greater Golden Gate family. Check out the chapel schedule
. If you are interested in participating in child care for chapel please contact Carola Borge
, SWF President.
2013 FALL WOMEN’S SPECIAL EVENTS
Look for small group gatherings throughout the semester to be announced through eLoop, Facebook and flyers.
Become friends on Facebook at GGBTS RENEW
. Contact Monica Lipsky
for more information.
WELCOME BRUNCH: TRADITIONS!
Saturday, August 24th
10:00am to noon (President’s Home: 157 Chapel Drive, Mill Valley).
Please join us as we celebrate the start of a new semester! All GGBTS Women are invited! Enjoy a delicious brunch while meeting new friends, learn about what events are coming up and share family traditions. Small 'Welcome' gift for new GGBTS Women. Event provided by RENEW, faculty women and wives. For childcare make reservations by Wednesday, August 21st
email Carola Borge.