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Welcome to Women of Faith, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Anne.

The next Women of Faith Gathering will be Saturday, September 14, 2019.   Please join us for “Celebrating Pentecost: A New Look At God’s Gifts of Love – Part 2” with Andrea Weaver.

We were created in God’s love, each of us designed with a variety of wonderful gifts. God beckons us to come and be loved. Once we experience God’s love, we have a deep desire to share that love. God so generously pours the Holy Spirit into us and onto us – sealing us to be in union with God’s love and empowering us to love others. Come and take time to learn about Gardner’s multiple intelligences and how we can apply this “lens” to recognize our own giftedness, deepen our relationship with God and use our talents to serve others. We will have fun exploring each of the intelligences with different activities.  This month will continue Andrea’s presentation from June 8th.  If you did not attend the June Gathering, don’t hesitate to come to this one – Andrea will recap the information from Part 1.

Our presenter will be Andrea J. Fonte Weaver. Andrea is a wife and mother of four who first recognized God’s love for her in a powerful way 30 years ago and has been journeying more deeply into God’s love since then. She is a renowned, national presenter as Founder & Executive Director of Bridges Together, Inc.

The gathering will be held at St. Anne’s Convent, 720 Boston Post Road East, Marlborough, MA, from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM.  See the Upcoming Events page for more information.  You can register here.

Don’t miss the monthly prayer resources New prayer resources are posted at the beginning of each month, and all previous resources are available for use at any time.

Women of Faith’s mission is to foster a compassionate community of women who through learning, praying, and sharing grow and are strengthened on our journeys with a loving God.

During a typical morning, we mingle over light refreshments, experience a thought-provoking presentation by a dynamic woman, have time for personal prayer, share in small groups, and end by praying together.