“Precious in His Eyes” Tea Party is an RLC Celebrate Recovery women’s event in collaboration with “Date with the King” DWTK is a faith based group whose purpose is to encourage other women … an event designed for women to include breakfast, fellowship, and worship in an elegant ambiance.
Tay Beckham from RLC will lead worship with a live music band. Guests will hear from speakers such as Carolynn Rieser & Debbie Breaux, with a message of hope and encouragement. There is no special dress code, women of all ages and walks of life are invited to come as they are.
“Precious in His Eyes” Tea Party will have host tables where local businesses will offer information on goods and services they have available. Some of our host tables include: The Bible Jewelry by Chana Keefer, Spa and Skin products by Cherished and more.
This DWTK event will take place at Savia, a community partnership located at: 23780 Newhall Ave, Newhall, CA 91321 on Saturday October 8th from 9am – 1pm. Ample parking available in the lot.
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