So your husband’s called to ministry… What does that mean for YOU? On Saturday, November 9, 11am-1pm, come hear from a panel of women who will share from their years of experience about what it may look like to be a pastor’s wife, campus minister’s wife, or church planter’s wife. We’ll hear a bit of each woman’s story, then have a time for Question and Answer. After the panel, we’ll have lunch together for continued fellowship and getting to know one another. We hope this will be a blessing to you as you are able to connect with other women who have been and will be in similar places to you over the coming years. Please RSVP to Mrs. Becca Hermes at firstname.lastname@example.org, and in your response, please share any question you’d like answered. Becca will moderate the Q&A time with questions that have been submitted in advance.
Barbara Holmes has been married to Leslie for forty-eight years. He was a pastor until his retirement in 2011. He served churches in Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, California, Pennsylvania and South Carolina for a total of forty years. Prior to and following retirement he taught and is still teaching seminary. Barbara is a retired school teacher.
Kim Goldsmith and her husband Glenn have been married for 14 years and have three boys. After earning degrees at Westminster Theological Seminary, they both worked with undergraduate students through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Emory University for six years. Now Glenn continues to work for IVCF at Emory, ministering with grad students and faculty. Kim took two years at home, and is now teaching English and literacy part-time in the refugee community in Clarkston.
Anne Henegar has been church planting alongside her husband of eighteen years, Walter, for the past six years at Atlanta Westside Presbyterian Church. Before that they were serving at ChristChurch Presbyterian for five years. They have two daughters, Abigail, 16 and Emily, 13.