Worship Center Women's Conference

 Saturday, April 14


at Worship Center


Doors open at 8am, and a continental breakfast will be provided.

Join us and other women April 14 for Cultivate – a conference designed to empower women to grow in faith and build relationships with each other. This event will bring women together to worship and learn. Guest speaker Debra Fileta will speak on "Healthy People = Healthy Relationships" -- how we can become healthy individuals and cultivate healthy relationships in every stage of life.

At Cultivate we want to dig down deep and plant the seeds of healthy relationships in good soil. We want to cultivate a growing, meaningful relationship with Christ and the people in our lives.

Featured Speaker


 Debra Fileta



Debra K. Fileta is a licensed professional counselor specializing in relationship and marital issues. She is a passionate author and national speaker who travels across the country spreading the message that healthy people make healthy relationships. Her work has been featured by numerous media outlets from national television to church ministries such as Saddleback Church and Focus on the Family. She is the author of True Love Dates (Zondervan, 2013), and 21 Days to Jump Start Your Love Life. Her new book, Choosing Marriage, is set to be released May 2018.  She's also the creator of the popular relationship advice blog, TrueLoveDates.com, reaching millions of people each year.

Before anything else in her life, Debra Fileta is a woman in love with Jesus.

That love has been the driving motivator propelling her forward in her pursuits as a wife, a mother, a counselor, a speaker, and an author.

She’s is married to the love of her life, who pushes her to pursue her dreams and is her number one fan! She and John attend Worship Center and are parents to three beautiful children - Ella, Elijah, and Ezra. They live in Lancaster, PA.




Registration is closed. We can't wait to see you at Cultivate!

Why Cultivate?




verb: to prepare and work on; to improve the growth of; to bestow attention, care, and labor upon

Our faith story doesn't begin and end at salvation. We're called to grow and mature in our faith. The Bible tells us to take off all of the old things that drag us down and to put on the new things we've been given -- righteousness and holiness in Christ (Ephesians 4:22-24).

Those characteristics need to be cared for and cultivated so that we can grow in our faith and show Christ to everyone. That's our prayer for women: that we would grow in our relationship with Jesus and fulfill what God has called us to.

We hope to see you at Cultivate!