Legacy Women's Ministry
What is Legacy?
Legacy is the organization in the church that represents the Women's Ministry of Young Meadows Presbyterian Church. We are also part of the Southeast Alabama Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of America.
What is the Purpose of Legacy?
We want our ministry to reflect the past work of Jesus in his life, death, and resurrection; our present walk with Jesus as we live out the gospel in our relationships; and our desire to pass down gospel truths to future generations. With all of that in mind we chose the word, “Legacy” to reflect our VISION for women’s ministry. We liked it so much that we decided to use it as our NAME also. We like that our name and our vision are the same to remind us to stay focused and be intentional.
Who are the members of Legacy?
The membership of Legacy of YMPC consists of every woman who is a member of the church. Our officers are:
President: Palmer Coley
Vice President: Micki McCallum
Secretary/Treasurer: Rosemary Gulledge
How can I get involved in Legacy Women's Ministiries?
There are many opportunities for every woman in the church to be involved in Legacy:
City Bible Study: Join women from Young Meadows and women from all over our community as we study God’s Word together. Whether you are a Bible scholar or a Bible novice, you will be challenged and encouraged as delve into the Scriptures verse-by-verse and chapter-by-chapter. Each weekly lesson is divided into 5 sections of homework to encourage daily study. Each section can be completed in less than 30 minutes per day. Then we will come together weekly to discuss in small group what we have learned. For the morning class, small group time is followed by a 30-minute teaching time. Our study for January 9-March 7 is 1 Peter: A Living Hope in Christ by Jen Wilkin. Contact: Deana Hodge, email@example.com
We have two opportunities to participate:
Tuesday mornings 9:30-11 AM or Wednesday evenings 6-7:15 PM
246 Groups: These dinner groups offer a place for women to gather and share a simple meal and dive deep with one another over real stories and Christ-centered conversations. It's a time for a whole lot of laughter – and maybe a few tears – but time spent that leaves us with glad hearts. Full hearts, Grateful hearts. EACH group consists of about 6 women who meet in one another’s homes for a meal and to discuss 4 questions for approximately 2 hours. 2-4-6! Contact Deana Hodge, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday School Fall 2017: How People Change by Paul Tripp and Tim Lane. This class puts the school back into Sunday School!! Each week you will be given a reading assignment so that you can come prepared to discuss this amazing book about the process of change in the believer's life. You will also do a self-counseling project and will meet with another person in the class every other week to discuss what you are learning. The class runs from September 10-beginning of December. Contact: Alex Kocher 334-657-8767, email@example.com
Betty Roebuck, Karen Bennett, Dawn Schaupp, Jennifer Holtsford
Mercy Ministries coordinates efforts for condolence by cooking and serving meals, visiting shut-ins, and caring for those in need.
Kristen Criswell, Billie Scott, LeeAnn Duggar
Greening of the Church: Sunday, November 19, 2017
Legacy Spring Retreat: March 19-21, 2018