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Women’s Activities

Family Activities

Nursery Activities

 Women and Family Registration 

Due to the continuing risks of COVID-19, Host Committee programs for women and children
have been designed with emphasis on safety.

 

  • We will adhere to national and local guidance and restrictions.
  • Health screening will occur upon entry to the Convention Center and daily before events
    for each child by a parent.
  • Childcare for children younger than Rising K5 will NOT be provided, as compliance with CDC guidelines could not be assured.
  • Participants in activities will be expected to wear a facial covering and maintain appropriate physical distance.
  • Space for some events will be limited due to venue restrictions.
  • Buses to offsite events provide airflow and sanitation safeguards (details available upon request).
  • A Covid liability waiver must be signed by a parent of family program participants.

 Nursery Activities

Childcare for children younger than Rising K5 will NOT be provided, as compliance with CDC guidelines could not be assured.

 Women’s Activities

Tuesday, June 29

Hospitality Suite Opens!

2-5 pm
Cost: FREE
Location: America’s Center Room 104
Limit: None!

Ladies, once you’ve checked – in, stop by the hospitality suite to see some friendly faces who look forward to greeting you, praying with and for you, and offering some light refreshments. We’ll also register you for a drawing to win some great prizes during the women’s fellowship lunch on Wednesday. Don’t forget to stop by, and feel free to bring your infants and toddlers along with you!

Wednesday, June 30

Women’s Fellowship Lunch, “Partners in the Gospel,” with speaker Megan Hill, and musician, Sherdonna Denholm

11 am-1 pm
Regular Cost: $35
On-site Cost: $40
Location:  Landmark Ballroom, Marriot Hotel
Limit: 240 attendees

We’re excited to have you join us on Wednesday for a time of refreshment and encouragement at the Women’s Fellowship Lunch. The St. Louis Host Committee, along with the Committee on Discipleship Ministries, has planned a delightful event that includes a casual lunch, uplifting worship, and words of encouragement from speaker and author Megan Hill and local musician and worship leader, Sherdonna Denholm. In addition, we’ll be giving away some nice gifts for those who registered for the drawing in the hospitality room. In order to allow for optimal mingling and fellowship, this will not be a sit-down luncheon, but you’ll have the freedom to use chairs or high-top tables to eat, and there will be plenty of space to have your infants and toddlers in tow. You won’t want to miss this sweet time of connection and refreshment!

 

 

An Afternoon Garden Stroll at the Missouri Botanical Garden

Bus will leave the America’s Center at 1:30 and will return at 3:30pm
Cost: $20
SOLD OUT

Join us for an afternoon stroll at the beautiful Missouri Botanical Garden. The Garden was founded in 1859 by Henry Shaw, and today it is a National Historic Landmark and a center for science, conservation, education and horticultural display – widely considered one of the top three botanical gardens in the world. It features 79 acres of horticultural displays, including indoor conservatories and demonstration, formal and international gardens. Grab a friend, or come and meet someone new, and enjoy being refreshed by God’s stunning creation. Adults only please, no children.

Thursday, July 1

Tour of St. Louis Art Museum and Outdoor Lunch on Art Hill

11am-3pm
Cost: $30
Bus will leave the America’s Center at 11:00 AM and return at 3:00 pm
SOLD OUT

Please join us for a tour of the Saint Louis Art Museum which hosts a world-class and varied collection of original works of art and artifacts, spanning five millennia and six continents. After walking through this beautiful St. Louis gallery, we’ll join together at 1 pm on the iconic front lawn of the Art Museum. Box lunches will be provided by Juniper (local St. Louis restaurant owned by Covenant Seminary Alum, John Perkins) and dessert will be provided by Knead Bakehouse, another local St. Louis favorite! Space is limited for this event, so be sure to sign up today! Adults only please, no children.

Women at GA
Walk to the Arch Grounds

10am-12pm
Cost: FREE
Limit: None!

For those who will not be attending the tour to the Art Museum, please join us for a casual walk to the arch grounds (approximately a ten-minute walk from the America’s Center). We’ll meet at the entrance of the America’s Center, and then walk together to the grounds to enjoy time outside near this incredible landmark. Free admission to the museum that celebrates America’s pioneering spirit and explains the westward expansion of the United States.

*Note that due to COVID restrictions, reservations may be necessary to purchase tickets to go up in the Arch. Please visit https://www.gatewayarch.com for more information.

We’ll walk back to the America’s Center at 11:45. There are several restaurants nearby, so feel free grab a few friends and enjoy lunch together at one of the local eateries.

“A Cup of Cold Water”

2pm-3:30pm
Cost: FREE
Location: Women’s Hospitality Suite

On Thursday we’d love to visit with you in the women’s hospitality suite. Stop by or stay for a while for a casual time of refreshment and reconnecting with other weary leadership women. A little oasis planned just for you with chilled water bottles, chocolate, door prizes (awarded at 3:00 pm) and other fun surprises.

 Elementary & Youth Activities 

Wednesday, June 30

Elementary Programming

Rising K5 – 5th Grade
Camp Westminster

8:30 am-3:30 pm
Cost: $40
SOLD OUT

After gathering at the America’s Convention Center we will load our buses and drive to Camp Westminster for a day of age appropriate indoor and outdoor adventures! Camp Westminster seeks to sharpen your skills while learning about the Lord through games, crafts, and interactive stories. Campers will be divided into groups of rising K-2 nd and 3 rd -5 th . The camp is located and operated by Westminster Christian Academy (a Christian college preparatory school in St. Louis). Lunch at the camp is included. If your child has food allergies or special dietary needs, please send an appropriate labeled lunch for them.

 

Youth Programming

Rising 6th – 12th Grade
Restore St. Louis Service and St. Louis City Museum

8:30 am-3:30 pm
Cost: $35
On-site Cost: $40 *only if space is available
SOLD OUT

After gathering at the America’s Convention Center, we will load our buses and drive to New City Fellowship Church to partner with Restore Saint Louis. Restore Saint Louis seeks to connect God’s people with opportunities to manifest His love in the city of St. Louis to widows, immigrants, refugees, and the poor. After serving at New City Fellowship, we will eat lunch and head over to one of the most unique locations in the Midwest, the St. Louis City Museum. The City Museum is an old warehouse which artists have repurposed with giant slides, secret tunnels, crazy obstacles, and more. It is a zany grown up playground that must be seen to be believed! Please bring a change of clothes and closed-toed shoes. If your child has food allergies or special dietary needs, please let us know.

Thursday, July 1

Elementary Programming

Rising K5 – 5th Grade
Camp Westminster

8:30 am-3:30 pm
Cost: $40
SOLD OUT

After gathering at the America’s Convention Center, we will load our buses and drive to Camp Westminster for another day of age appropriate indoor and outdoor adventures! Camp Westminster seeks to sharpen your skills while learning about the Lord through games, crafts, and interactive stories. Campers will be divided into groups of rising K-2 nd and 3 rd -5 th . The camp is located and operated by Westminster Christian Academy (a Christian college preparatory school in St. Louis). Lunch at the camp is included. If your child has food allergies or special dietary needs, please send an appropriate labeled lunch for them.

 

Youth Programming

Rising 6th – 12th Grade
Restore St. Louis Service and St. Louis Zoo Scavenger Hunt

8:30 am-3:30 pm
Cost: $35
On-site Cost: $40 *only if space is available
SOLD OUT

After gathering at the America’s Convention Center, we will load our buses and drive to New City Fellowship Church to partner again with Restore Saint Louis. Restore Saint Louis seeks to connect God’s people with opportunities to manifest His love in the city of St. Louis to widows, immigrants, refugees, and the poor. After serving at New City Fellowship, we will eat lunch and head over to the St. Louis Zoo for a fun-filled group scavenger hunt. The St. Louis Zoo is one of the best in the country, home to over 13,000 animals and is recognized for its innovative approaches to animal care and management, wildlife conservation, research and education. Please bring a change of clothes and closed-toe shoes. If your child has food allergies or special dietary needs, please let us know.

Get In Touch

PCA Administrative Committee

1700 North Brown Road
Suite 105
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

678-825-1000

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