Single Moms’ Morning Out 2020-01-10T07:56:18+00:00
Single Moms' Morning Out

Save The Date – Saturday May 2, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Guest Registration

Coming Soon

Come and Relax

Single Moms’ Morning Out is designed to honor single moms in our church and community. As a participant, you will enjoy this free morning of relaxation, refueling, and refreshment through worship, prayer, pampering and shopping. Plus, you’ll wrap up your day to a cleaned and vacuumed car to take you back home.

Your kids are welcome and will be loved on by a team of volunteers ready to participate in activities, crafts and games to keep them having fun and entertained.

See Our Highlight Video >

Volunteers Needed

To make Single Moms’ Morning Out a success, it takes volunteers in a wide variety of roles. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to serve!

Volunteer

Coming This Spring

Donations Needed

In order to bless our single moms we need the following donations. Donations can be dropped off at the church office during business hours.

Gift Cards for Gift Bags

  • Grocery gift cards ($10-20)
  • Gas station gift cards ($10-20)

Blessings Boutique

  • Gently used or new women’s clothing
  • Gently used or new women’s clothing size 14+
  • Gently used or new women’s accessories (shoes, jewelry, etc.)
  • New cosmetics (lotion, body wash)

Gift Cards for Supplies, Decor, & Food

  • Michaels
  • Hobby Lobby
  • JoAnns
  • Target
  • Fareway
  • Hy-Vee
  • Walmart
  • Sam’s Club

“In Her Words”

– Traci Renda

“I attended Single Mom’s Morning Out in 2016. I went by myself and was a little skeptical of what to expect. From the moment I pulled into the driveway of the church, it became one of the best day’s of my life and I felt so much love.”

“I always put my kids first and that leaves little or no room for myself. On that day I put myself first and I felt like a pampered princess. I had a massage, facial, made jewelry and went shopping at the boutique for items for my kids and I. There was special time for prayer, where I met a wonderful lady named Norma who listened and prayed for me. When it was over, I felt so rejuvenated and loved. It was so nice to be appreciated and honored for all I do as a single mom.”