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"What's in Your Alabaster Box?"
November 8-10th, 2024

Scripture References:  Matthew 26:  6-13; Mark 14: 3-9; Luke 7: 36-50; John 12: 1-8

Women's Leadership & Enrichment Conference

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Check-in/registration will start on Friday, November 8th

7:30 am in the hotel lobby.



  • 9:30 am-5 pm: Classes/Breakout sessions (lunch on your own)

  • 5 pm:  Free Time/Dinner on your own

  • 7:30 pm:  SU Ladies Night – Time of Fellowship​


  • 9-4 pm:  Classes/Breakout sessions (lunch included)

  • 4-7 pm:  Free time/Dinner on Your own:

  • 7-9 pm:  Evangelistic Service


  • 9:30 am-12 pm:  Evangelistic Service


$145.00 –  until  September 30th 

$160.00 - until October 17th 

Registration closes October 17th

Your registration fee helps to pay for the speakers and various necessities for the conference. 

Some meals and snacks/coffee are included in your fee.





Embassy Suites by Hilton

200 Stoneridge Drive Columbia, SC 29210

Discount room rate:  $139.00 per night (up to 4 people per room) includes FREE breakfast.

***PLEASE NOTE:  Breakfast at a discount rate of $15.00 per person is available for all attendees, even if you do not stay at the Embassy Suites.




Reservations for your room will be on your own; book directly with Embassy Suites.  You can make an online reservation at the link below or call (803) 744-8132 using group code WLC.

The deadline for this discounted rate is October 17th.

You can check into your room at the discounted rate of $139.00 per night three days before the event and stay up to 3 days after.


Space is limited, so reservations should be made as soon as possible.

Do you believe that there is beauty and purpose in our brokenness?

     In Jewish tradition, an alabaster box was filled with precious ointment that matched the family’s wealth. It was given to a young woman when she reached the age of maturity and was available for marriage. When asked in marriage, she would respond by breaking the alabaster box at his feet. She would anoint his feet in honor, and her answer was “yes.”

    In our scripture verse, we meet “a woman” – no name, status, or reputation; but she had an alabaster jar with expensive perfume. She did not have a suitor but pursued Jesus and gave Him her most valuable and prized possession. She broke her jar and poured it ALL out at the Master’s feet. All she had was brought to the Master, and without hesitation, she poured it all out. My sister, what is in your alabaster box? What is hidden in your box? What have you been storing and carrying for years that you have never shared with anyone? What do you need to release to Jesus so He can make you over again?

     She did not care what anyone thought about her sacrifice. She was probably tired of carrying it all alone, broken, lost, and tired…. she needed more, and she knew that she would find it in a surrendered relationship with Jesus. She no longer cared how she looked or what others thought of her and what she represented. She needed Jesus. Are you ready to live a poured-out life for Jesus? Are you ready to release everything without holding back, letting Jesus into the dark, secret places?

     Come and join us for a weekend of reflection and searching as you take your alabaster box (with all your fears, dreams, desires, and brokenness), break it, and pour it ALL before Him. You will find that a sweet fragrance will rise once you break your alabaster box at Jesus’ feet and give Him all of your worship. You will find that you are never too broken that God cannot figure out how to put the shattered pieces back together. Only God can complete you and create something beautiful in us. A broken alabaster box will reveal your purpose, define your destiny, and lift you to where God wants you to be. She was the only one leaving the room, smelling the same way Jesus did.

I hope to see you there.      S. Matthews, Director

Taken from Google images

Deborah Sepulveda/SU
501 Tolar Road
Travelers Rest, SC 29690






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