Tirzah Apple Valley

We are advocates for Tirzah International and their work “Investing in women who are changing their world”. We do this by:

  1. Meeting once a month to review Tirzah work being done around the world

  2. Praying for all leaders within the organization and our regional leaders globally

  3. Raising awareness in our community about Tirzah

  4. Supporting the organization monetarily by having fundraisers

We also strive to be informed about local charities, especially when they pertain to helping women overcome oppression and violence.

We meet once a month,

on the first Monday of the month at 9:00am.

In 2019 the dates are:

  • April 1

  • May 6

  • June 3

  • July 1

  • August 5

  • September 2

  • October 7

  • November – if we decide to sell items at the Quilt Show it will be November 9

Contact chapter leaders for further information:



Ideas for 2019:

  • Write to our Tirzah regional leaders quarterly

  • Focus on helping a specific local charity

  • Do a raffle for an African/American quilt that Annie will design

  • Sell items that the Tirzah Kenya/Ethiopia team can bring back

  • Hold a fundraiser through a local restaurant where part of the sales on a certain date, for those with a special flyer, would go to Tirzah

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May 6


Speaker will be Kara Rooney.  She is Community Engagement Coordinator for the Open Door, the human trafficking part of the Family Assistance Program.  They provide case management, housing and support to victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

Meeting will be at Del Webb Community Aspen Clubhouse, 10741 Lakeshore Dr, Apple Valley, in the Willow room

Psst! Need directions?

Enter off of Apple Valley Rd and Arroyo Mesa at guard gate. Tell the guard you are here to meet with Clara Petrosky at the Clubhouse.

Directions from guard gate: Go straight to stop sign, turn right. Clubhouse is on the right.

Past Meetings

April 1 - Speaker will be Jimmy Waldron of High Desert Homeless Services. They assist homeless who have been displaced from long-term housing due to natural disaster or loss of income and empower homeless men, women and children by providing the necessary skills to become self-sufficient. We had a TP drive – lots of rolls of TP for HDHS.