Women's Ministry

Caring sisters

We are halfway through our "Caring Sisters" (a.k.a. Secret Sisters) program! Just a reminder that the objective is to encourage your sister by letting her know that you are praying for her and by occasionally giving notes or small gifts of encouragement. 

What to do:

- Once a month in April, May, and June, you will be contacting your sister by anonymously leaving her a card, note, or small gift on the shelf. Try to do this before the end of each month. (Sooner is better). Please place these items in the correct alphabetized location on the shelf. 

- Pray for your sister's prayer requests. Pray also for your sister.

- Let your sister know that you are thinking about and praying for her every two weeks (more or less) by continuing to leave her cars, notes, or small gifts on the shelf. Reference her likes and dislikes on the form for gift ideas or for something to write in a note to her. 

- Check the shelf often for what your sister has left for you.

- Kee your sister's identity a secret; that is the fun of this!

- Here are some low budget ideas:

  1. Write out a prayer or a Bible erse and give it in a note. 
  2. A hand crafter item, homemade item, or something you have at home.
  3. Small gift or store purchases.

Remember that this is a 3 month commitment ending on June 25! During this time, we will use email as our main communication tool to let you know what is happening with the program. (Subject will be: SGC Caring Sisters). In late June, we will have a Reveal Party and you will find out who your sister is. 

If you have any questions or run into any problems, please see Mary Ann Kisic or Olivia VanHorn. If you have not heard from your sister by the end of april, please let us know. 

We on the Women's Ministry Planning Team hope that you enjoy this program and that you are blessed by it!

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planning team

Celia Barber

Kayla Blose

Kayla and her family have been attending Saving Grace Church since 2020. She and her husband, Kurt, are involved in Kids' Cove and active in their Fellowship Group. She has also been a part of the Women's Ministry team since 2021. Kayla is a Merchant Services Payment Specialist with 1st Summit Bank. Kayla and Kurt have two children. Trevor is an awesome big brother and Robby was officially adopted November 7th, 2022.

Denise Hudson

Denise has been attending Saving Grace Church since 2000. She also serves as a receptionist in the Kids' Cove on Sunday mornings. Denise and her husband, Scott, have 3 sons. 

Kellie Santini

Kellie first started attending Saving Grace Church in 2016. She is a teacher and leads Wiggle Worship in the Kids' Cove. She has also recently become involved in Youth Camp. Kellie is a speech therapist and currently a stay at home mom. She and her husband, Joe, have two children.

Cynthia Snyder

Cynthia has been at the church since its beginning, nearly 40 years. She has been involved with Children’s Ministry, Worship Team, Home-school Co-op, Youth Camp Volunteer, Steps to Freedom study and others. She is currently involved with Women’s Ministry, Bible Studies, Prayer Team,  Evangelism, Discipleship, and Jail Ministry.

Mary Ann Kisic

Mary Ann is happily retired after working in the I/T field for 43 years. She is a member of the Women's Ministry Planning Team, helping with women's events such as "Caring and Sharing Sisters," and she is also a Sunday morning Counter. Mary Ann and her husband, Joe, have one son, Jesse.

Olivia VanHorn

Olivia is a stay-at-home mom. In addition to serving on the Women's Ministry Planning Team, Olivia is a member of the Prayer Team. She and her husband, Ryan, have 2 daughters.

melissa baum

Melissa, originally from Georgia, has served Christ in different ways for different ministries throughout the years. Now living in Latrobe, PA, she started attending Saving Grace Church in 2018 with her family. She currently serves in Kids’ Cove and the Women’s Ministry. Melissa enjoys nature, art, reading, baseball games, spending time with her three kids, and fellowship with friends and family.