Bouquets of newly sharpened pencils - I always think about that You've Got Mail line this time of year. I enjoy walking down the school supply aisles of Target and reminiscing about the Lisa Frank folders and Hello Kitty pencils that my mom used to get me for school (can you tell I'm a child of the 90s?).

Fall semester is in full swing at Brook Hills, and we want to make sure that the women in this church are aware of all the happenings and ways to connect here. To stay up on BH Women events and news, be sure to follow this blog and to like our Facebook page.

Small Groups
We all need encouraging relationships with other believers, especially at a large church, and at Brook Hills, small groups provide that place for discipleship and community. To find a group, visit our group finder on the website.

We also have Mom Time groups on Tuesday mornings and multi-generational women's groups on Wednesday mornings, and for more info or to join one of these groups, please contact .

Women's Workshops
We're excited to offer two workshops this fall for women at Brook Hills!

DivorceCare for Women
DivorceCare is a small group designed to help adults heal from the pain of divorce, and for this fall, our DivorceCare group is a women's only group. They meet on Wednesdays from 6:15-8:00pm at the church, and childcare is provided. For more information, visit this site.

Surrendering the Secret
Did you know that 1 in 3 women in the U.S. have had an abortion? Beginning the week of September 14, we will offer small groups in the morning and the evening for women whose story includes abortion, and these groups are led by women whom God has healed from the pain of their own abortion. If you want to learn more about these groups, visit this site, and if you would like to have a private conversation with another woman whose story includes abortion, feel free to email that request to .

Straight Talk for Singles 20s/30s Women
Tuesday, October 6, 7:00pm
Student Building
"Family Ties That Tie Us Down"

We often hear how baggage we bring into adult life directly relates to what was modeled for us in our families. Breaking these ties in a way that honors the Lord can be vital to sustaining healthy relationships. Come hear counselor Kelley Jones speak, share, and answer questions related to this important topic.