The Central Collective
The name “The Central Collective” reflects the idea that we are the faces of women with many different stories, lives, personalities, and gifts, but we are one group that can learn and serve together.
We believe that sharing the stories of who we are is really important, and that our connection as women is vital for encouragement and growth as daughters of Christ.
We desire The Collective to be a safe place for all of us to be our authentic selves as we grow together in the love and knowledge of Jesus Christ.We believe that women should be empowered in leadership roles as each woman is encouraged to use her God given gifts, potential and influence to further develop God’s kingdom here on earth.
The Collective was birthed in November 2015, and we are in the process of developing our community of faith focusing on prayer, learning, mentoring and social justice. We are having seasonal gatherings for building relationships, and recently enjoyed Purim: The Celebration of Esther.
A millennial-aged group called “Soul Food” meets once a month ( the last Thursday) at various locations.
“Mom 2 Mom” will be launching this spring, focusing on coffee, conversation and connection with other moms. (see church calendar)
Future events and studies: to be announced.
You are invited to become a part of The Central Collective. Your unique fingerprint is vital to the Body of Christ.
For more information please use the form below to contact Helanka Ralston.
Soul Food The last Thursday of each month. Locations TBA. Use contact form to get details.
Mom2Mom: Every other month on the first Wednesday of the month. at 9:15-10:45AM. Contact Jodi White or Helanka Ralston for more details using the form below. Childcare provided.
Ladies Summer Bible Study will begin Wednesday June 6, 9 - 11 a.m. "Praying the Names of God" by Ann Spangler. This study is an opportunity to grow in community as well as a more intimate understanding of our Heavenly Father by exploring the names of God in the Old Testament. Each week a companion journaling exercise along with some simple art and music will be incorporated into our time together.
If you are new to the study, a very limited number of bargain books are available. Books can be purchased on Amazon. Art supplies are $5. If interested or with questions contact Helanka: email@example.com.
If child care is needed please sign up in the Narthex with number of children and their ages.