Praise and worship, laughter and love at Hahnville’s Ladies Tea
|Photo by Thelezia Folse|
The event was attended by many parishioners and ladies in the community.
An afternoon service with guest speaker Hadley Sennette kicked off the event which continued with tea, conversation and a lunch for all.
“It was a real nice event,” said Mel Bellow, spokesperson for the church. “This is our second Ladies Tea and we had a good turnout. It’s our way of reaching out to the ladies in the community in both a social and spiritual way.”
Bellow says that church plans to continue their periodic teas and other community events, and hopes to attract women from other areas of the parish.
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