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Saturday Enrichment, May 18, 2024
Celebrating 75 Years: Honoring Our Legacy | The Titus 2 Woman
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Meeting ID: 285 635 0634 Passcode: 951398
Saturday Enrichment Hostess: Sister Lilly Boyd
10:00 AM
“For All Sisters”

IceBreaker Game: Get to Know Your Sister Bingo
Search the room for ladies who match the description listed on your bingo card and have them sign that box. The first sister to get Bingo or fill their card wins a prize.
Game Facilitator: Sister Kia Searcy
Location: Lucas Temple Sanctuary

10:30 AM – 11:15 AM
“For All Women”
PART 1: Learning from Titus 2 Women | Why Not… Be Discreet?
A discreet woman is someone who is confident, self-controlled, and careful in what she knows, possesses, says, and wears. It is essential to understand how and when to be discreet, whether you are a married or single woman. For instance, a discreet woman knows when to speak the truth in love and when to stay quiet and listen. In this session, we will learn about the importance of being discreet as a single or married woman. We will direct questions to a panel of aged women to help us understand why discretion is a Holy virtue.
Moderators: Sisters Calandra Miller and/or Lilly Boyd
Panelists: Mothers Cassandra Camp, Barbara Jones, Ramona Murphy, Brenda Pullin, and Virginia Reynolds
Remarks: Mother Claudette Boyd, General Mother
Location: Lucas Temple Sanctuary

“For Older Girls, 8+”
Mothers are welcome to attend this session with their daughter(s).
Keeping our GIRLS Safe Starts NOW!
It’s essential to start teaching our children about safety from an early age. Kids are naturally curious and may not fully comprehend the potential risks and dangers around them. Often, children are unaware of their surroundings, making them vulnerable to harm. This session is designed to educate our beautiful daughters about safety and how to protect themselves in dangerous situations. We’ll be discussing tips on public safety,
internet safety, and more.
Open Discussion led by Sister Donna Green
Location: Meet in Room 1 – Bishop B.J. Lawson

“For Younger Girls, under 8” – “I AM” Who God Says I AM
The girls in this class will each receive a few “I Am” coloring books, created by author Ms. Aaliyah Wilson, which are filled with positive affirmations such
as “I am enough,” “I am unique,” and “I am worthy,” among others. During the session, each girl will choose a page or pages with one of these positive affirmations and then select a corresponding scripture that speaks to what God has called us to be. For example, God has called us to be Holy (1 Peter 1:16), children of God (Galatians 3:26), and so on. The goal of this session is to build the girls’ confidence by helping them understand who they are and
whose they are!
Facilitator: Sister Asia Camp
Location: Meet in Room 2 – Mother Annie Mae Parlor

11:30 AM – 12:15 PM
“For All Women”
PART 2: Learning from Titus 2 Women
A Wise Woman Builds Her Home: The Recipe for a Godly Home.
“The wise woman builds her house, but the foolish pulls it down with her hands.” A wise woman embodies love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. She seeks ways to make, save, and use money wisely. She strives to love her children and respect her husband. In this session, we will discuss the significance of being a woman of wisdom in all aspects of life. We will direct questions to a panel of wise and experienced women to help us understand the importance of attaining wisdom in life.
Moderators: Sisters Lilly Boyd and/or Calandra Miller
Panelists: Mothers Cassandra Camp, Barbara Jones, Ramona Murphy, Brenda Pullin, and Virginia Reynolds
Remarks: Mother Claudette Boyd, General Mother
Location: Lucas Temple Sanctuary

“For Ages 11 and up”
Mothers are welcome to attend this session with their daughter(s).
Girls and Mental Health
Mental health is an essential aspect of our overall health and well-being. It helps us understand our abilities, cope with daily activities, contribute to our community, and build meaningful relationships. Every individual has a different level of mental health, which ranges from feeling positive to feeling low. We believe that pre-teens and teens should participate in this conversation to learn and grow together. In this session, we will share helpful information on how to recognize and manage your mental health as you
go through middle and high school.
Open Discussion led by Sister Nichelle Lemons
Location: Meet in Room 1 – Bishop B.J. Lawson

“For Ages 8 and up”
Journey Through Slime: A Beautiful Creation
Slime can be messy and sticky like sin, but with the right ingredients and molding, it can turn into a beautiful creation. This process teaches us an important lesson. Just like with slime, we must apply faith and be spiritually activated through Christ Jesus for our own lives to become beautiful and free of sin.
IMPORTANT: Please have your daughter(s) wear “play clothing” to this session.
Facilitators: Sisters Latonia Taylor and Crystle Kizer
Location: Meet in Room 3 – Mother Girlie Dean

“For Ages 3-7”
God Know Us | Like Every Grain of Sand
Kinetic Sand provides a sensory experience that can be enjoyed by all. Have you ever seen photographs of sand under a microscope? Some grains are glossy stones, others look like icicles, some are shaped like precious gems, and so on. Every grain of sand is unique, just like every person in the world. So the next time you’re building sandcastles, digging trenches, and creating sand art, take a moment to reflect on the power of God. Consider his creations, the wonders he has done, and the endless possibilities that exist. Just like God knows the uniqueness of each grain of sand, he knows the same about us!
Facilitators: Sisters McCaila Hall and Katera Boyd
Location: Meet in Room 2 – Mother Annie Mae Parlor

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
“For All Sisters – All Ages”
PEACE ON EARTH | Goodwill towards Women, In Memory of Mother Bessie Boyd
Mother Bessie Boyd was a remarkable woman who exuded confidence, elegance, and
sophistication. She had a passion for thrift shopping and we have heard many
wonderful stories about her adventures at various Goodwill locations. Her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and many church members and family benefited from her purchases from Goodwill. Mother Bessie Boyd understood the financial and environmental benefits of thrift shopping. Therefore, in honor of her, let’s go thrift shopping!
We will have representatives from all church locations to model clothing, shoes, hats, purses, and other accessories from Goodwill or consignment shops. Who will represent thrift shopping at its finest while embodying Mother Boyd’s confidence, elegance, and sophistication?
Facilitators: Sisters Tina Hall and Ashley Murphy
Judges: Mothers Cynthia Sims and Ernestine Hall, and Sisters Charity Belford, Devin Jones, and Denisha Miller
Participants: We are seeking one to two representatives from each church location.
We kindly request that at least one of the representatives be under 25 years of age.
Please see your Church Secretary for more information on how to participate.
Location: Lucas Temple Sanctuary

Judging Criteria
● Appropriateness of the outfit (i.e., outfit represents holiness).
● Originality and Confidence.
● Elegance and Sophistication.
● Attention to detail.
● The number of items from Goodwill or thrift stores.
A judging rubric will be provided for the judges.
There will be cash prizes for the winner(s).

1:45 PM | Lunch and Fellowship
Please click on this link to register:
75th SOU Saturday Enrichment and Lunch Registration
Please Register by Sunday, April 28th if you plan to have lunch.
Location: Lucas Temple Dining Hall

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Business Meeting
Mother Claudette Boyd, General Mother of the True Church of God in Christ
Location: Lucas Temple Sanctuary


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