Women's Ministry

Introducing Sarah Bean

Welcome Sarah BeanI would like to introduce you to Sarah Bean. Sarah is a familiar person at Calvary as she has been attending and serving here for a number of years. Today I'm introducing her in a new capacity: Sarah Bean is our new volunteer Coordinator of Women’s Ministries at Calvary. With the approval of our Elders, we have asked Sarah to use her gifts and talents to help our women become better disciple-makers. Sarah brings a focus, leadership, and intentionality to the role and we are very excited to see how God is going to use her in the days to come.

Sarah is a trained educator who currently runs her own home daycare in Burlington. She is married to Matt Bean and together have three great kids, William, Abigail, and Ezra. Sarah brings a desire to help our women grow in their faith by providing opportunities for spiritual engagement, evangelism, and equipping. We are thrilled that Sarah said yes to this volunteer role and look forward to see how she will connect with women and encourage them. Please support her and look for opportunities to connect with our Women’s ministries they develop. Join me in welcoming Sarah to this role and please pray for her as she begins.

You can connect with Sarah by email at women@calvaryburlington.ca

Here are some Quick facts about Sarah

Favourite colour? - Red (if you have met Sarah, you probably already knew this!) 
Favourite food? - Cereal
Favourite movie? – The Sound of Music
Favourite country visited? – Thailand
Favourite season? - Fall
Favourite author? - Francine Rivers
Favourite Canadian image? - Mounties
Favourite Bible verse? Philippians 4:6

One thing that energizes Sarah? - "Getting together with an individual or small group to process life together and be able to support those I've connected with through prayer, text messages, helping out in some way."

Welcome aboard Sarah!

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