Ladies Annual High Tea

Heritage’s 19th Annual High Tea

Please join us for an extraordinary morning when our fellowship hall is transformed by our hostesses into an exquisite tea room where each table is unique.  Our ladies enjoy a time of praise and worship and a short, inspiring message in the Sanctuary.  We are then escorted in the fellowship hall where we enjoy socializing and good food served by the men of Heritage.

So, Ladies, put on your hat (or not) and enjoy two hours of inspiration and good fellowship.

We begin at 10:00 am on May 12th and end at noon, the cost is only $15.00 so don’t delay; call the church office at 727-796-1329 Ext 144 to reserve your seat!

With Guest Speaker Becca Boles

Becca Boles has been a department store manager, a marketing director, a magazine writer-publisher and currently spends her days as head of Corporate Communications for the local energy company in Pensacola Florida. She has been a Sunday School teacher and an Acteens leader (and lived to tell about it) and is currently involved in the women’s ministries at her home church, First Baptist Pensacola. Becca is quick to tell you she is not a professional speaker, unless getting paid with a fragrance tester basket counts. She enjoys trying new things and loves nothing more than a new adventure, especially if it is a mission trip to Africa. The one thing that’s not new for Becca is her relationship with Jesus Christ, although she is quick to admit that she is still a work in progress.

Becca has been married to her husband Joey for almost 32 years (bless his heart) and they have a daughter, Bayleigh, that lives in Winter Park, CO with her husband, Austin, and a son, Joel, that is a junior at the University of Mobile in Alabama. They are finally empty nesters! Yay! One of Becca’s favorite things to do is gather with women to talk, laugh, support, laugh, pray, laugh, hug, laugh and talk about Jesus. After many years in retail, she has seen more than a few mother’s day presents quickly make their way back to the store, but hopefully we will get some ideas about gifts that are never returned.