Event Category: Women

You bring your stuff, everyone else brings their stuff, and massive trading ensues.  Mens, ladies and children’s clothes.  Saturday afternoon 1-3pm, listen for details.

Hope House exists to rehabilitate drug-addicted women and prepare them for life after recovery.  The campus houses several dozen women and their children and offers long-term recovery care.  VCC sends a team to Hope House to encourage and build friendships.

All parents:  Dump your kids and enjoy a date night, or take a nap, or go on a walk!  We’ll watch your children for free while you enjoy these monthly times off. Childcare signup is essential so make sure you do so each week prior to these!!

All ladies young and old are invited to join us for tea and talk.  It will be ultra fancy with much gambolling and cavorting!!!

A bunch of VCCers are headed to A Weekend to Remember in Atlanta by Family Life Today ministries! Click the link below to join up! Weekend to Remember

All are invited to grab some picnic food and head out to the lake for a family lake day on Saturday, August 19th at Mistletoe State Park at Picnic Shelter #2. Things will start at 10AM. There is a playground, volleyball court, and beach nearby. People can bring kayaks as well. Charcoal grills are available. Bring […]

All ladies are invited to a sweet time of worship, encouragement and BRUNCH! Listen for details coming soon!

All ladies are invited to join us for 3 days/2 nights together away!  Refreshing, pondering, focused times, chill times, good food, wood fireplace, laugh, cry, laugh more, come what may! Cost is $150 per person, including two nights lodging, all meals on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday. Sign-up at church or by contacting Leigh Viera or […]

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