Tabor in Time: Tabor women find spiritual growth through YMCA

Many women students in 1951 participated in the YWCA, one of Tabor College?s oldest organizations. Its purpose was to give young women an opportunity to develop their spiritual personalities and talents, and work and fellowship together while promoting the spirit of Christ in every phase of life. Members often visited home-bound residents, provided music for weekly services in local nursing homes, and supported missionaries throughout the world. The YWCA sponsored a number of campus social gatherings such as a mother-and-daughter banquet, a candle-lighting service and a ?big and little sister week.? Given the restrictions of the time against women preaching, the YWCA engaged primarily in support ministries.


This anecdote is included in ?Tabor College: A Century of Transformation 1908-2008,? the history of the college commissioned for this year?s centennial. The book can be purchased for $48.39 (tax included) plus $5 for shipping. Call 620-947-3121 ext. 1212 for information or orders.
More from Hillsboro Free Press
HHS/MS nationally certified for Project Lead the Way program
Hillsboro Middle/High School has received national certification for its Project Lead The...
Read More