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July 2015 News

Petite Sisterhood blessing the community

  • Written by  Living Grace
The girls at Petite Sisterhood enjoy some school holiday fun Photo: Provided

The little girls at Living Grace Community Lutheran church don’t just enjoy being together over a cuppa and some morning tea. Every school holidays, they meet up for a gathering called Petite Sisterhood.

Petite Sisterhood is an initiative from Hillsong Church which aims to encourage young girls to be outward focussed while bringing them closer together as church family. 

“We are using the village we have in our church community to raise and encourage our little people in their giftings so they can be out in the world blessing those around them,” Amy, one of the groups’ mums commented. 

Held every school holidays and organised by the mums of the church, the gatherings range from Miss Messy morning to cooking mornings. They are for girls from 0-12yrs old, however women of all ages come and join in. 

Every event has a purpose of flowing outward and blessing others.

“For example, the cooking morning was to make biscuits. These biscuits were then packaged and taken to all the women at a local aged care facility for Mother’s Day,” said Amy.

“We have done the Mother’s day delivery for two years now and it’s definitely a highlight of our Petite Sisterhood. We deliberately encourage all women in the facility that they are mothers and that their wisdom and age is a treasure.”

“Our daughters are learning from a young age to love and respect their elders.”

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