Wattsburg Bright Lights Group

  Being Radiant in Godliness, Holiness, and Testimony  

  • Group photo from our September 2013 Meeting
    Group photo from our September 2013 Meeting
  • All our activities teach important truths
    All our activities teach important truths
  • We love doing fun crafts that go with our lessons
    We love doing fun crafts that go with our lessons
  • During refreshments there's time for visiting and tea is real tea cups
    During refreshments there's time for visiting and tea is real tea cups
Group photo from our September 2013 Meeting
Group photo from our September 2013 Meeting
 
wattsburg, pa

Welcome to our Bright Lights Group, here in beautiful Northwest, Pennsylvania! Browse around and enjoy our free resources. We hope you'll find this site helpful and encouraging to your walk with Christ. If you're interested in attending on of our meeting please contact us - we'd love to meet you and would be delighted if you joined us!


Our Bright Lights group usually meets on the third Saturday of each month, from 1:30-4:00 in the afternoon, in our home near Wattsburg, Pennsylvania. We currently have about dozen young ladies involved in our group.


Each of our meetings typically include singing, a lesson, activity, craft, time for fellowship and tea.

 

The lessons include topics on contentment, accepting the way God created you, friends, relationships with your parents and siblings, presenting the gospel, having a clear conscience, standing strong for the Lord in your youth, and much more! Our goal is to present each lesson in a fun, memorable way that keeps young ladies attention and will be retained throught the month. Each lesson include usually at least one of the following: skits, stories, object lessons, accrostics, or illustration. Lately we have been using a study series by Leslie Ludy titled "True Femininity".

 


Every game, activity, craft, or project as a purpose and usually reinforcing the lesson for the meeting and blesses others. In the past we have decorated cupcakes, decorated pillowcases, made gift baskets, acted out skits, made booklets, etc. Each craft encourages creativity and fun while teaching new skills and expanding upon the lesson.