love one another
Rookery Resources equips women to love and serve others. Together we are building supportive community to grow faith in Christ on the foundation of friendship.
We open our hearts and homes and gather to share food, to know each other and be known. We plan creative projects, excursions, conversations and provide opportunities to impact the world together for good.
Contact us to learn more about starting a group or hosting a gathering. It is our mission and joy to equip and support women leaders reaching the world for Christ.
We go beyond small talk and get to know each other by sharing the details of our lives – joys and hardships. We discuss and explore a range of topics from current events to how God is working and moving in our lives and the world.
Creative projects release the imagination in artist and non-artist alike, energizing and connecting us to ourselves and others. Projects range from working with clay, making sweater pumpkins, experimenting with traditional Ukrainian egg decorating and much more.
Discovering and exploring
Outings include hiking in local parks and gardens, dining in a favorite cafe, visiting a museum or even an overnight adventure.
These friends are making masks for an inner-city high school. Other projects have included: stocking the kitchen of a ministry for homeless women and their children, writing encouraging letters to the staff at homes for vulnerable children in Kenya, cooking for shut-ins, providing rain boots and personal care items for indigenous children in remote areas of Colombia…
The poverty in the West is a different kind of poverty – it is not only a poverty of loneliness but also of spirituality, there’s a hunger for God”Mother Teresa
Friendship improves happiness and abates misery, by the doubling of our joy and the dividing of our grief.”Cicero De Amicitia 44BC
Emperor penguins form large huddles. Huddles allow them to share body warmth, and shelters many of the penguins from the wind. The huddle constantly moves so that all the penguins have a turn in the middle. Huddling can reduce heat loss by up to 50%.”Australian Antarctic Program