Wine, Women & Jesus (Dallas)

Wine, Women & Jesus (Dallas)

Times Ten Cellars Winery (map)

Sisterhood: From Alone to Known

The Marcella Project is redefining women's bible studies by offering a unique opportunity to connect with women and engage with Jesus over a glass of wine. No set program or pressure to conform—just real women and relevant teaching in the casual atmosphere of your local winery. Together we will discover that God has hardwired into his daughters an indestructible identity, meaning, and purpose. Come join our 6 week study!

Wine, Women & Jesus (Austin)

Wine, Women & Jesus (Austin)

FoodHeads Cafe (map)

Sisterhood: From Alone to Known

The Marcella Project is redefining women's bible studies by offering a unique opportunity to connect with women and engage with Jesus over a glass of wine. No set program or pressure to conform—just real women and relevant teaching in the casual atmosphere of your local winery. Together we will discover that God has hardwired into his daughters an indestructible identity, meaning, and purpose. Come join our 6 week study!

Highland Park UMC - Dallas, TX

Highland Park UMC - Dallas, TX

Jackie will be participating in a panel discussion in the church's Faith Q's Series.

Salon: Body Image - The Theology of the Body (Dallas, TX)

Salon: Body Image - The Theology of the Body (Dallas, TX)

Times Ten Cellars (map)

The Marcella Project Salon is a gathering of women who have an informed conversation about spiritual issues that impact them. 

Join us at Dallas' Times Ten Cellars for informed conversation in a casual environment. We keep our salons small so you can engage, connect, think, and question in an intimate environment. Seating is limited.

Salon: Body Image - The Theology of the Body (Austin, TX)

Salon: Body Image - The Theology of the Body (Austin, TX)

FoodHeads Café (map)

The Marcella Project Salon is a gathering of women who have an informed conversation about spiritual issues that impact them. 

Join us at Austin's FoodHeads Cafe for informed conversation in a casual environment. We keep our salons small so you can engage, connect, think, and question in an intimate environment. Seating is limited.