Ohio Conference Women's One-Day Retreat will be in April 2020. Stay tuned for additional details coming soon!
In the meantime, enjoy...
Celtic Christmas Tea returns to Mohaven! December 1, 2019!
Céad Míle Fáilte! One hundred thousand welcomes!
Back by popular demand...our annual Celtic Christmas Tea is returning to Mohaven!
We invite you to take a few moments for yourself this busy holiday season and join women from across Ohio at Mohaven for a special Celtic Christmas Tea on Sunday, December 1 at 12:00 noon. Tickets are $15 and include your meal, free gift from Scotland, and devotional message.
Imagine a delightful three-course menu of freshly prepared, authentic Celtic recipes and treats in a cozy setting, complete with a roaring fire and beautiful Celtic holiday decorations.
All ages are welcome (no childcare; young ladies are welcome to sit with their mothers/sisters/grandmothers).
Enjoy a joyous and uplifting message from our special guest Michelle Moritz! Wear your favorite hat or bring your favorite teacup. We will award a PRIZES this year for best hat and the lady who traveled the furthest.
Please be sure to register no later than Tuesday, November 26 – no extensions due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
NOTICE: PAYMENT IS NOW REQUIRED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
No refunds after 26, 2019, but you may feel free to send another lady in your place.
Please note our tea menu includes limited vegan and gluten free options (soup, salad and dessert only). We cannot accommodate special requests.
Register and pay below or call Heidi Shoemaker at 740.397.4665, ext 128 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
2019 Celtic Christmas Tea Registration
Payment page will appear after you submit the registration form. Don't want to pay online? Please mail check to Heidi Shoemaker c/o Ohio Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, 1251 E Dorothy Ln, Dayton, OH 45419.
Questions? Call Heidi at 937.853.8468.
About our guest speaker: Michelle Moritz
Michelle Moritz is a woman of many talents and gifts. She works for the Department of Defense as a psychiatric nurse practitioner serving our Veteran population. She also works with at-risk youth who have been human trafficked, abused substances, and/or have been in troubled homes.
"I am a mom to five and grandmother to five. I have been married to Frank for 30 years. I love love, love to travel as much as I can anywhere," she said.
Moritz also serves as head deaconess at the Mansfield church.
"Most importantly - I am a child of the most high God and He alone is the reason I live and move and breathe," said Moritz.
POSTPONED TO SPRING 2020!
iPhone: Friend or Foe
iPhone: Friend or Foe?
Join us for an eye-opening look at the impact technology has on us and our children.
Based on the books "12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You" by Tony Reinke and “The Tech-Wise Family” by Andy Crouch, this seminar will provide information, ideas and principles that can help guide you and your family through the tech-saturated world that we live in today.
Prepare for a day of engaged learning!
Presented by Chaplain "Chappy" Brooke Wong, chaplain at Worthington Adventist Academy
Cost is $10 per person, childcare available for an additional fee ($10 for first child, $18 for two children; space is limited). Lunch and materials included.
While a Women's Ministries event, men are welcome. This is an important topic for our families!
Payment due at time of registration. No refunds, but you may send someone else in your place.
SPECIAL GUEST: CHAPLAIN "CHAPPY" BROOKE WONG
Brooke Wong graduated from Southern Adventist University in 2011 with a BA in Pastoral Care. She spent five years working as a K-12 chaplain at Spring Valley Academy and currently serves as a chaplain for children ages 0-12 in Worthington, Ohio. In her spare time, Brooke enjoys story-telling, vacationing in warm places and spending time with her husband, Jeremy and 2 year old daughter, JJ.