12 South Summer Night

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Women’s Reflection and Rest Retreat – The Larson family has graciously offered their family’s retreat house for the women of Crieve Hall to come, reflect and rest to kick off the new year!

When: Friday, April 20 6:00 PM through Saturday, April 21 at 3:00 PM

Where: Katie Larson’s family retreat house, Wholemeal, located approximately 1.40 hours from the Crieve Hall area

What: What: This will be a time of fellowship and quiet space to reflect on God’s goodness in who He is and who we are as His daughters!

RSVP by April 13. Once you RSVP, you will receive an email with more details including the address. If you have any questions, email crievehallwomen@midtownfellowship.org.

Register for Women's Rest & Reflection Retreat

All women from the 12 South congregation are invited to participate in a morning of yoga and brunch! Check back soon to RSVP for this event!

All women of the Downtown congregation are invited to come meet new people in the 12 South sanctuary.  See you there!

Are you looking to connect with other women at Midtown Crieve Hall and to study the Bible? If so, we invite you to join us this year as we meet together to learn more about how the Bible applies to us specifically as women! We will meet twice in the spring from 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the dates listed below. Locations will be updated as they are confirmed. Each night will include a short teaching on a specific scripture and small group time to discuss more in-depth.

  • February 2nd
  • March 2nd

If you have any questions regarding Crieve Hall Women, email midtowncrievehallwomen@gmail.com.

RSVP for Crieve Hall Women's Event

All women from the 12 South congregation are invited to a game night at Michelle Austin’s house. RSVP to receive the address!

Register for 12 South Women's Gathering

Shauna Niequist once wrote…

“The heart of hospitality is about creating space for someone to feel seen and heard and loved. It’s about declaring your table a safe zone, a place of warmth and nourishment.”

We are excited to gather together the women of Midtown for another time to retreat from the on-going movement of our lives & step into a space of rest & breath. We hope this retreat creates a space for you to feel safe, seen, heard, and loved.

This year will be a one night retreat including teachings, small groups, quiet time, activities, and of course, delicious food! Our teachings this year will be lead by Jenny Cleckner and Renee Draughon – two women who have called Midtown home for many years. Between hearing from these ladies, we will take time to break into small groups where you will be meeting with old and new friends from the Downtown & diving deeper into each other stories.

The Spirit is continually chasing after us and our time, so we want to create space for individual quiet time, as well. This will be a space to sit with our thoughts & questions alongside scripture alone with our God.

Will you come and join us? If this is your first time and you are feeling intimidated walking into a room of strangers, know we are right there with you. We hope you will be courageous with us & know the Lord has something for you here. He’s brought you to this page for a reason.

Total cost: $115 *please considering paying more to sponsor other women!

Registration is closed.

Are you looking to connect with other women at Midtown Crieve Hall and to study the Bible? If so, we invite you to join us this year as we meet together to learn more about how the Bible applies to us specifically as women! We will meet twice in the spring from 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the dates listed below. Locations will be updated as they are confirmed. Each night will include a short teaching on a specific scripture and small group time to discuss more in-depth.

  • February 2nd
  • March 2nd

If you have any questions regarding Crieve Hall Women, email midtowncrievehallwomen@gmail.com.

RSVP for Crieve Hall Women's Event

Join our Downtown women for an evening lead by Jenny Cleckner exploring God’s Word & His unique love for us on Thursday, January 11. The event is from 6:30-8:30pm at our 12 South location (2415 12th Ave South).

Another new year is upon us, another journey around the sun complete. All the pomp and circumstance and busy of the holidays has settled, and we’re left to take stock of where we’ve been in our journey and where we hope our journey will take us this year. You may have a set of resolutions in place: some new, and very likely, some renewed. Or perhaps this time, you’ve resolved to do away with resolutions all together.

Let’s be honest: January can feel like a wide, open, clean space or the hollowed-out, empty burden of unmet expectation—and absolutely everything in between. Proverbs 13:12 speaks to this anticipatory nature of our hearts: “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is the tree of life.”

So… how is your heart? What are you longing for in this season? In whom or in what have you placed your deepest hope? Whose affection and attention do you crave?

From cover to cover, the Bible tells us about a God who longs to be gracious to us, to show us love and compassion (Isaiah 30:18). Scripture details His pursuit of us, to be in real, face-to-face relationship with Him, day in and day out (Genesis 32:24-32; Exodus 33:11).

In a recent sermon over this past Advent season, our pastor, Randy Draughon, talked about this kind of love—the kind that allows us to stop looking for love, affection, attention, and satisfaction from other people because we know, and truly believe, we are already fully loved by God. Listen to the sermon in full here.

What would it be like to live like this is true and real and for us today? It might just feel like freedom, like mercy coming at us fresh—not just at the beginning of a new year, but with the start of every single morning (Lamentations 3:22-23).

This Thursday, we will be talking about the nature of God’s love for us. Our own Jenny Cleckner will be leading us in this time, and we want you to be there with us. Come as you are, alone or with a friend.

In the meantime, we invite you to listen to Randy’s sermon from December 17th, and to find a moment to sit and honestly ask yourself:

  • How is my heart doing?
  • What am I longing and aching for today?
  • Who or what am I counting on to meet that longing?