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Embrace
is a small group movement for intentional and deep fellowship.  The program design is simple and flexible.  It is appropriate for women’s groups, but may suit your mixed gender or men’s groups just as well.

Participants will be encouraged to:

Embrace: change

Embrace: gratitude

Embrace: gifts

Embrace: newness

Embrace: age

Embrace: planting

Embrace: friendship

Embrace: freedom

Embrace: family

Embrace members agree to meet at a home once a month for a meal and a guided conversation facilitated by a leader, who has the four discussion questions for the month.  When 6-8 members have signed up, a group is ready to start.  The groups should not exceed 8. Each gathering will take about two hours.

The format is intended to foster fellowship on a deeper level.  By meeting once a month, members are not burdened with a new program to attend, but can look forward to a once-a-month time of sharing. They can naturally develop relationships outside scheduled program time.  The structure encourages sharing and sisterhood.

The format is intended to foster fellowship on a deeper level.  By meeting once a month, members are not burdened with a new program to attend, but can look forward to a once-a-month time of sharing. They can naturally develop relationships outside scheduled program time.  The structure encourages sharing and sisterhood.

Learn more and to sign up to be a registered leader at:

Www.uscwomensministries.com/embrace/

Embrace: Worship

Take your Ladies Night Out events to the next level by incorporating worship nights, monthly or quarterly.

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Include:

  • Praise and worship (does your division have a praise team from the music department?)
  • Prayer time
  • Testimonies—arranged or random
  • teaching (invite another corps officer from the division)
  • discussion time via Embrace session style

Invite all women in the sphere of influence of the corps.

A few fellowship ideas which builds community from around the territory…