7th Annual Billy Graham Library Ladies’ Tea & Tour

By   •   April 28, 2014

Woman at cross
Some of the ladies ended their time with us at the foot of the cross.
Woman at library
After the tea, many of the women stayed on the grounds and toured The Billy Graham Library.
olive oil
Each woman left the tea with a bottle of olive oil made from the olive groves at the Annoor Sanatorium, where Aileen Coleman has worked for 50 years.
Woman in audience
The women at the tea were captivated by Aileen Coleman's stories.
Aileen Coleman
Aileen Coleman spoke with animation as she described her work among the Bedouin tribes.
Tameka
Serenity group member Tameka Thomas spoke encouragement to the guests between songs.
Serenity
Local gospel group Serenity ministered to the ladies through popular worship songs like "Mighty to Save" and "Here I Am to Worship."
borwnies and tarts
These salted caramel brownies and fruit tartlets are just a sample of the scrumptious goodies enjoyed by the guests.
women at table
The food, decor, conversation and inspirational messages keep women coming back to the tea year after year.
woman at table
Many ladies at the tea were sure to capture the memories that were being made.
table
These tables were carefully and beautifully set for nearly 200 women who came for the tea.
Women in hall
There were many smiling faces as women of all ages poured into the BGEA dining hall for the seventh annual Ladies' Tea and Tour, hosted by The Billy Graham Library.

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