About Chit Chat


Women & Teens Chit Chat Fellowship


   Women's Chit Chat Fellowship (WCCF) began in the heart of God at the beginning of time and the mind of Missionary Annette Smith in 1993. Missionary Smith had a dream for women, to have and to set aside a special time specifically geared for them. Her desire was to get women together and away from the everyday hustle-and-bustle of housework, church work, conventions and conferences. Annette's vision was to create an atmosphere for women to get away for a respite, "let their hair down," so to speak, and fellowship with each other.

WCCF adopted Titus, Chapter two as its foundational Scripture. It was based on women coming, praying, sharing, mentoring, laughing and spending time together. This led to grandmothers, mothers, daughters, friends and women of all ages and professions fellowshipping together. WCCF first began in Statesboro, Georgia on the last weekend of October 1998.

The location was chosen to allow the attendees time away from home. Eventually, WCCF was being held throughout Georgia. The second year's event took place in Dublin, Georgia, just off Highway-16. Dublin served as a host town for four years from 1999 - 2003. Macon, Georgia became the host city from 2004 - 2012. The next year it moved to Forsyth, Ga until present, at the Comfort Suites of interstate 75.

The WCCF was well on its way. It had reached women as far south as Florida, as far north as Pennsylvania, and as far west as Mississippi. This ministry culminated in its seventh year with as many as fifty- five women, of all ages, in one setting.


  • To give women of all ages the opportunity to fellowship and share without the mask. To be themselves without being ashamed.

  • To identify their own self- worth in Christ.

  • To go back to their own community with a new prospective.

  • To encourage other women of their own inward beauty and self - worth as God's children and creation.

  • To be  a Titus Two WOMAN.

Titus Two Woman

(Titus 2:1, 3 -5 kjv.)

"But speak thou the things which become sound doctrine: The aged women likewise, that they be in behavior as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things; That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the world of God be not blasphemed."