For Immediate Release
Mother Daughter Tea
Pawtucket, RI March 27, 2018 – Pastor Gail Cavanaugh of the True Vine Church in Pawtucket, RI is holding a Mother Daughter Tea to introduce her book, Rebuilding Broken Walls: A Practical Guide for Avoiding Homelessness, available on Amazon.
The Mother Daughter Tea is designed to give women and their families an opportunity to fellowship and discuss the issues affecting women in a Christian atmosphere. The church will hold monthly meeting and this event is open all women in the area.
The first Mother Daughter Tea will be held on April 14, 2018 at the Boulevard Banquet Hall, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Women will enjoy a discussion of the book, feast on sandwiches, desserts and tea, and purchase a book, which the author will sign.
Peggy Anderson, who planned a Mother Daughter event for her church says, “What sweet fellowship we enjoyed and what wonderful memories we all made together that day!” Laurie Cole, Author, Speaker, Teacher says, “More than just a female-bonding experience, mother-daughter events bring generations of women together to celebrate and strengthen relationships.”
Women can sign up for this event at Eventbrite.com, The fee for the event is $25.00. The book is $8.50 and is not included.
Pastor Gail Cavanaugh started the True Vine Church in Pawtucket, RI about one year ago and has been doing a ministry with the homeless and poor people in Pawtucket, RI. Each day, she delivers sandwiches to those who need food. She soon discovered that many more people were hungry when they expressed gratitude for the help on the days when they had no food in their cabinets. Gail is in the process of opening a soup kitchen and her own vegan restaurant, The Fitness Wagon.
About women’s groups, Whitney Wolfe, CEO of Bumble. says, “These groups can and should be taken seriously, for what they bring to women both in terms of confidence and support, and in what they offer to profitable, scalable businesses with women leading them.”
The next Mother Daughter Tea is scheduled for April 14, 2018 and meets every second Saturday.
Contact: Pastor Gail Cavanaugh