Women’s Association

“Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.” — Philippians 2:4

A major activity of the Women’s Association is the organization and execution of the annual Brick Church Fair. This fundraiser has, for 77 years, enabled the Women’s Association to pursue an ambitious program of member and community support through benevolence, volunteer, and scholarship programs and to support fellowship events and worship-support services within the church. There are presently 50 members who serve on the Women’s Association Board. To volunteer and become involved in the Women’s Association click HERE.

Virtual Brick Church Fair – Save the Date
Please save the date for Thursday, Sept. 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. for a Virtual Fall Fling (Zoom details to follow).
Since we aren’t able to gather in The Brick Church’s beautiful garden, we thought it would be nice if Brick Church members put together small groups/Break-Out Zooms, of 4-6 couples that evening. (Zoom details to follow on how to arrange for this). We will be able to have our new Senior Pastor, Rev. Dr. Thomas Evans, join us in these Break-Outs. We welcome anyone willing to channel their inner creativity in preparing a special hors d’oeuvre or a specialty cocktail that you can share virtually with your group. Perhaps you like floral arranging and would like to share tips on your centerpiece or perhaps your table setting. We hope you have fun with this re-imagined Fall Fling. Any questions, please contact Shannon Froehlich – Coordinator for the Women’s Association.

Virtual Brick Church Fair – Save the Date
Please also save the date for our Virtual 77th Fair, Nov. 8 through 15. We are re-imagining this important fundraising event that supports our outreach partners. Stay tuned as we launch a Brick Church Fair dedicated website.  It is through the fundraising events that we organize, the Fair and the Dinner Dance, we are able to offer grants to our nine outreach partners, and offer scholarships to Brick Church members’ children and children of the sexton staff. Thank you so much for your continued support.

While we won’t be volunteering in person this Fall, there are numerous ways to stay engaged with our wonderful Brick community. We still need a lot of help. Please contact Shannon Froehlich for more information.

 

Thank you,

Pamela Dickson Thorpe – WA Board President

Shannon Froehlich – Women’s Association Coordinator