UNITED 2016 “Too Much Too Young” aims to gather, equip and mobile our men & women of all ages and backgrounds to make our city a safer place. We believe NOW is the time. As parents, families, schools, churches & communities, we must start talking about porn & its consequences for our young people.
As a city, together we can help this generation to become what they are designed to be… Healthy, Courageous, Victories & Free!
- Where: Cedars Christian College, Waples Rd, Farmborough Heights
- When: Saturday, 24 September from 2 to 6pm
- Speaker: Melinda Tankard Reist
- Tickets: Early Bird (until 31 July) $400 for 10, Individual is $55 per person, Senior is $25 per person.
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Come and hear what God is doing in Illawarra.
On Saturday, 5th of September we are going to have our second annual UNITED event.
The theme for this year is Arise. We believe is the time for us, the women of Illawarra to rise and make positive impact in this region.
- Where: CEDARS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Waples Rd, Farmborough Heights
- When: 5th of September 2015, 6-9PM
- Speaker: Liz Hamilton, the founder of Bella Magazine
Ticket is $40 for this dinner event. Group tickets price is available.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Heloisa (0421 376 978) to reserve your tickets.
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On Saturday, Feb 21st, City Women Illawarra held a SHINEGirl team training workshop. The SHINEGirl Program will soon be running in a few of our Illawarra High Schools!
This video is from Rebecca Updike who is the national coordinator for the SHINE and STRENGTH programs.
Shine Training from City Women Illawarra.
If you wish to be involved with SHINEGirl in the Illawarra, please contact us.
Stay tuned for updates!
The launch of City Women Illawarra saw over 200 women from different churches across the region come together to be UNITED. As well as enjoying a scrumptious and beautifully arranged High Tea the ladies heard a powerful and motivating message from Letitia Shelton, founder of City Women Toowoomba. While some of the content may have been confronting, the message Letitia brought home is that it is our job to work together and get out there to make the city a safer and better place.
As well as a mobilizing message, City Women Illawarra threw out the challenge to anyone who was willing to invest in the future of the girls of our region by funding the start-up of Shine in new schools. We were overwhelmed by the response and are looking forward to establishing this life changing program in as many as 7 schools across the region in the near future. We also have a list of passionate and motivated volunteers ready to work together for the betterment of our region, and we look forward to hosting a workshop on establishing and running Shine programs.
The vision of City Women Illawarra is to facilitate a network of women working together for the betterment of the city. We believe our launch event UNITED was the start of this process and can’t wait to see where God leads us on this journey. Thank you to everyone who contributed their time, talents and support to making UNITED such a wonderful event … and thank you to all the City Women who attended.
We look forward to working with you in the future for the betterment of the Illawarra.
City Women Illawarra Launch – 13 September 2014 from City Women Illawarra on Vimeo.
City Women Illawarra would like to acknowledge and thank the sponsors and supporters of UNITED:
Tickets to our High tea launch, UNITED, on 13 September are now available for purchase.
- Speaker: Letitia Shelton (City Women Toowoomba)
- Time: 3.30 – 5pm
- Venue: Heineger Hall, Dapto Ribbonwood Centre, 93-109 Princess Hwy, Dapto
- Price: $25 for single ticket, $200 for group of 10
- RSVP by 5th September
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Prayer is the foundation of City Women Illawarra. If you have a heart for the Illawarra, and seeing transformation in your own community, please join us for Presence.
We are praying for the needs of our city, unity, leaders and to see God move in a powerful was across the Illawarra.
Where: 39 Bridge St, Coniston
When: 1st Monday of each month.
Prayer meeting: 10 – 11am
Morning tea: 11 – 12pm
Contact: Heloisa Nuske 0421 376 978
City Women Illawarra is connecting women with vision for the needs of the community. Women who want the tools and resources to make a difference in their own city, and a positive impact across the Illawarra region.
Our first event will introduce Letitia Shelton, founder of City Women Toowoomba. Letitia and her team work tirelessly to encourage, empower and value the women and girls of Toowoomba. Starting with the Shine program in schools across the region, City Women Toowoomba has expanded to include a popular full-colour magazine called “Bella”, which encourages young women to be who they are and provides an alternative to explicit modern day magazines.
Another great ministry is the Girls Getaway. This weekend away engages young women from 12 to 15 years of age, where they can experience fun, friendship and acceptance. It creates an environment which acts as a vehicle for building positive attitudes for life.
These are just two examples of the amazing work of City Women Toowoomba.
Please join us in September 2014 for the launch. (The exact location and date will be announced soon.)
Prayer is the foundation of City Women Illawarra.
If you have a heart for the Illawarra and seeing transformation in your own community, please connect with the City Women Illawarra Prayer Group. We will be gathering once a month to pray for the needs of the city, unity, leaders and to see God move in a powerful way across the Illawarra.
Even if you can’t be with us in person, you can still join our email prayer list. We put out prayer points each month.
Connect with us through prayer in your own home or with your own home group.
For more information, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org