Arise, My Love Night of Worship to welcome women of all backgrounds


TAYLOR COUNTY—A week from today, the women of New Season Assembly of God’s women’s ministry group, S.H.E., will be welcoming community members to attend their night of worship.

“We held a night of worship last year, and it was a truly wonderful event,” said S.H.E. President, Sandra Newcome. “Not only was there beautiful music, but we also had some amazing testimonies given.”

Throughout the night, guests were treated to the soulful and spiritual music stylings of New Season’s Worship team, comprised of Della, Marshall and Nolan Moats, along with Lisa Sapp.

In addition, solos were performed by church members and their families.

“After hearing a brief word, we held an altar call and even saw some in attendance turning their lives over to the Lord,” Newcome explained. “Everyone left that night feeling refreshed and revitalized in their walks, and we really wanted to host another event, and open it up to the ladies of community this time.”

So, that’s just what the group will be doing at their Arise, My Love Night of Worship.

“The theme of the night comes from the Song of Solomon 2:10-13, which says: ‘My beloved speaks and says to me: Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away; for now the winter is past, the rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth; the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land. The fig tree puts forth its figs, and the vines are in blossom; they give forth fragrance. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away,’” Newcome revealed. “It just seemed like the perfect verse at the perfect time.”

Join them on Saturday, April 23, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at New Season Assembly of God, located on Sam Bord Drive, across from Grafton High School, for not only night of praising the Lord through song but an evening of testimony, encouragement and fellowship among ladies. 

Light refreshments will be served downstairs in the fellowship hall following the program upstairs.

Any ladies, no matter their faith or background are welcomed and encouraged to attend, as organizers are sure it will be a night to remember.

New Season’s Women’s Ministry is all about gathering together females to bring them not only closer to God, but to allow them to know that they are not alone in any struggles they may be dealing with.

S.H.E., which stands for Sharing His Empowerment, is the perfect name for the organization, as that is exactly what they strive to do: empower one another.

Through community happenings or gatherings within the church body, S.H.E. is on a mission to help lift one another up, while sharing in the glory and goodness of God.

“You can choose to be a woman God delights to use no matter what your circumstances,” Newcome voiced. “Let us be His hands and feet and to love, listen and pray. May we be soul-winners—making a difference wherever we are!”

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