First Southern Baptist Church, 405 N. Third Street, Buckeye, will host its 78th semiannual Buckeye Valley Christian Women’s Fellowship Potluck and Service from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 13.
Established in 1943, the fellowship hosts the potlucks on the second Tuesday of April and October.
“It’s amazing to see love across churches,” said Secretary Delilah M. Molsby. “When we drive around, we see various churches and there’s a division. There’s not a division in the body of Christ. We’re experiencing this togetherness in the body of Christ. That’s what I want to emphasize. We encourage. We build up. We give hope in this changing world.”
Women are asked to bring their favorite salad or dessert. Child care is provided, but children are required to have a sack lunch. Women of all faith are invited.
“We talk over the meal. We have fellowship. We talk. We connect and then we go into a service, where we have music, songs, a guest speaker and testimonials,” Molsby said. “It’s just an awesome time.”
Registration starts at 11 a.m., with lunch following at noon.
“There’s a oneness of coming together and just fellowshipping,” she said. “It’s brought inspiration to me. Everyone experiences the same thing, maybe at a different level. Hearing someone’s testimony inspires me to keep the faith, and change is coming. It’s a sweet atmosphere.”
For more information, call President Ellen Berry at 602-571-1702 or Secretary Delilah M. Molsby at 623-326-7244, or email email@example.com.