Chit Chat Women's Meeting
Chit Chat meetings offer a chance to Christian women to come together in friendship and fellowship; and to invite their friends to a warm and welcoming series of meetings on topical and interesting subjects.
by Tracey Paterson
Chit Chat Women's Event
(please note: this is a ticket event)
A 'Kitchen Range' Summer
Monday, 10 May, 2010
Culduthel Christian Centre, Inverness
Speaker: Louisa from Kitchen Range, Dingwall
Louisa will be demonstrating the gadgets from her store and preparing tasty summer foods for us to try afterwards. There will also be opportunity to purchase items she has demonstrated at the end.
Tickets: £5 (to cover food costs and remainder will go to the charity of the month).
Tickets available from the CCC Coffee Shop - limited ticket number so book now to avoid disappointment.
Look forward to seeing you for the last event this season.
Our aim at Chit Chat is to provide an informal church environment for Church women to, not only socialise together but also, invite members of the community, family, friends and work colleagues along. This gives them an opportunity to familiarise themselves with the Centre and also hear a little about Christianity.
We generally run 5 events each season usually starting the new programme each Autumn. Each event is held at the Centre on Monday evenings at 8.00pm with exception of the film night in March which starts a little earlier at 7.45pm. Usually there is no charge for the event but we do collect for our 'Charity of the Month' - which women are welcome to give to if the wish to do so.
Most evenings we have a demonstrator/presenter followed by a short epilogue.
There is then time for a chat at the end over refreshments in the foyer.
All women are welcome - whether they attend church or not!
This season we are looking forward these events:
Thanks for all those who supported these meetings last season and details of the events for this new season are shown below.
For futher information please refer to our website or contact Tracey Paterson.
Tracey Paterson, 29/04/2010