Fallon church will host women’s coffee break event Oct. 3


  Fallon Evangelical Church at 3505 Stower Street in Fallon will host Coffee Break with Christian D.I.V.A.s complete with fellowship, giveaways, delicious coffee and a concert with some of the finest Christian singers from around the country at 7:00 p.m. on October 3, 2010. The event is sponsored by The Prairie County MOPS Group.

Coffee Break is designed to encourage women in the local community to come together to hear an inspiring message, relax, and have a grand old time together. Nothing fancy! Simply pure fun and encouragement.  
Music will be featured by Leah Martensen – Ohio; Jilleen – California; Tara Jackson – Tennessee. From pop, to hymns, to Southern Gospel and praise and worship, all areas of Christian music will be presented.
Christian D.I.V.A.s was born in 2005 as an online discussion group, but quickly grew into a network of several talented Christian female artists from across the country. Co-founders Leah Martensen and Jilleen breathed life into this internet group of musicians who will host its' first ever Coffee Break tour in October.  
“I didn't see a lot of support for female artists out there on the Internet or anywhere else for that matter,” said Martensen who was inspired to begin the group. “Because the forums are public I thought it would be nice to have a place for artists to come if they needed to talk about their lives or struggles they had on the road,” she added. “D.I.V.A.s is for the active female performer,” she said. 
Coffee Break with Christian D.I.V.A.s is a ticketed event and costs $3.00 per person.  Tickets can be purchased by contacting Fallon Evangelical Church at 486-5769 or MOPS Coordinator JoDee Hess at 635-2106.  Tickets are also available at the door on a first come first served basis.
Additional Coffee Break performances are also scheduled in Terry, Miles City and Glendive, MT October 1 – 4, 2010.  For further information, please contact Jilleen at jilleen@jilleen.com, call 949-400-6770 or visit www.christiandivas.net.

Published Sept. 22, 2010
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