The Sisterhood Projects

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John Wesley said, “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.” As the women of Life Church, it is our desire to live a life of generosity as we seek to model the life of Jesus.

 

The Sisterhood Project is a means through which we can help to make a difference in the lives of girls and women who have various needs or are facing some specific challenges. 

Hundreds of women have contributed to this project since its launch in 2013, bringing in funds they’ve raised through their coin banks and fundraising efforts. The collection of these funds has sparked generosity in friends, families, and neighborhoods. We believe that God will use our efforts to impact the lives of girls and women here at home, in our community, and across the world. 

To learn more about the Sisterhood Project initiatives, and to see how you can invest your time, talents, and resources, read more about our projects below. Thank you for partnering with us.

Oasis Pregnancy Care Center

Sisterhood Project funding supports single moms and mother's in crisis with breast pumps, infant cribs, and diapers.

Watoto

Within the wonderful organization of Watoto, Sisterhood Project specifically supports the 'Keep A Girl In School' initiative. This initiative provides sanitary supplies to school-age girls who, without our support, would miss out on education because of their menstrual cycle. 

Single Moms & Widows

Sisterhood Project cares for single moms and widows by providing home repairs and lawn care within our community. 

Raptime

We choose to celebrate children in our community who have graduated school despite the significant challenges they face! Sisterhood Project provides school supplies and Party decorations for under resourced children in our community. 

Renewing Hope

Sisterhood Project meets practical needs of woman released from Hernando County Correctional Facility so they can focus on finding employment and maintaining healthy relationships.