September 30 – October 2, 2016
What is the Encounter Weekend?
This is a weekend to understand our walk with Christ and to connect with other women. Over the weekend we will look at fourteen key areas of our lives, and discover how God wants to grow and use us. We will learn through testimonies, teachings, worshiping together, and celebrating Jesus.
What is Pre-Encounter?
Mark your calendars for the two Wednesdays prior to the Encounter weekend (September 21 and 28) for the Pre-Encounters (6:30 PM at BSCC). You will hear testimonies that will help prepare you to “Encounter the Cross” during the weekend. Though not required, it is ideal that you attend these Pre-Encounters to prepare mentally and spiritually for the experience as well as gain details to prepare for the weekend.
When does Encounter start?
Check in will be on Friday, September 30 between 5:30-6:00PM in the Community Life Center (lobby) of the Ministry Center (south building) at Blue Springs Christian Church, 7920 SW Hwy 7. Dinner is provided Friday evening prior to departing for Tall Oaks Camp & Conference Center.
When Do We Return?
We return to Blue Springs Christian on Sunday afternoon, October 2 at approx. 4:30 PM.
What is the Cost to attend the Encounter Weekend?
While we wish we could offer this weekend at no charge, that simply is not possible. We ask each attendee to invest $120 toward meals, lodging and supplies. This registration fee will be accepted at time of registration or worked out accordingly with one of the leadership team. An offering will be collected during the event to support future Women’s Encounters.
How do I register?
First time attendees, can register at by clicking here. Space is limited and fill up VERY fast – you will need to register NOW if you want to attend this upcoming event. If needed, payment can be delayed until September 30.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.”
– Galatians 5:1