All along the way (in an ideal world) Relief Society is there to bless our life and help us learn to function and grow and become. It helped our Grandmothers. They in turn helped our Mothers. Now it is our turn to reach out and help the sisters in our circle of influence. Some haven't learned to juggle all of the different purses. Some are just getting started on their Purse-onal Journey … [Read More...]
We set up the gym in a big half circle. On the outer edge, we put white halogen lamps and fake trees with lights. We had the lamps so that they we on dim, just to give it enough light to eat with but make it feel like a fancy restaurant. The tables had white table cloths with white plates, cups, napkins and utensils. Then we had green ivy plants as the center pieces. As the Sisters walked in, they … [Read More...]
Poster Ideas: Use a tie-dyed background for the poster; add the information for that night on neon pink cardstock. Make a tassel with beads hanging down.
Table Décor: Wooden bowl full of granola with wooden spoon. Wooden beads, bright orange striped tablecloth.
Invitations: “Food Storage Is Groovy”. Find tie-dyed scrapbooking paper for the background.
Berkley Style … [Read More...]
By Shiloah Baker
So, you were called into the calling of Relief Society Activities Chairperson?…Congratulations! Since all well attended and spectacular events begin with the invitation, here are ten things NOT to do when putting together invitations for
your ward or stake.
1. Do not put “we’re not telling”, especially when it comes to a Stake or large organized activity for Enrichment. … [Read More...]
Food Storage, 12 Apostles, Tough Times, Stick together: 4 Brand New Relief Society Resource Ebooks!
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by Shiloah Baker
Learning the art of cohesiveness in all relationships.
“In an eternal sense, salvation is a family affair.” ~ Ezra T. Benson
The enemy is out to destroy our … [Read More...]
We had a lot of success with this Enrichment night. We contacted a professional organizer (who also happened to be LDS) who agreed to teach a class on organizing our homes and lives. For the handout, we made mini file folders and put "Enrichment Night" on the label. Our message was pasted inside the folder. For the refreshments, we had three different kinds of cookies, each in a different container … [Read More...]
Nearly Lost Homemaking Arts
A Relief Society Activity/Program
Harold B. Lee said the most important work we will do is within the walls of our own homes.
While homemaking isn't a completely lost art, it is becoming so. This activity is designed to reteach any lost homemaking arts, inspire the love of all things homemaking, and demonstrate new tips for age old arts.
This ebook contains ideas … [Read More...]