Scenic City Women’s Networking Luncheon On March 22 To Feature National Speaker Kay Horner

Monday, March 5, 2018
Kay Horner
Kay Horner

The Scenic City Women’s Network Marketplace Luncheon will be Thursday, March 22, at the Mountain City Club. Networking will be from 11:30 a.m.–noon. Luncheon and program will be from noon–1 p.


The featured speaker is Kay Horner, executive director of Awakening America Alliance and The Helper Connection. 

Ms. Horner has served in a variety of ministry roles including executive director of New Hope Pregnancy Care Center, associate and interim pastor of Peerless Road Church, administrator for Voice of Salvation Ministries, and Christian Education Minister providing insight segments for the World Impact national television program. She was blessed to serve as ministry projects coordinator for the Center for Spiritual Renewal, the spearhead organization for the 2006 Azusa Street Centennial.


Currently, she is serving as executive director for the Awakening America Alliance and a newly established initiative, The Helper Connection. Her book, entitled The Christmas Dance, was released by Broadstreet Publishing in 2015, and she is a contributing author in Praying with Jesus and Cry Out to the Lord, also published by Broadstreet. She has had articles published in SpiritLed Woman, Charisma News Daily, Prayer Connect Magazine, White Wing Messenger, and several national ministry blogs.


With engagement in the National Day of Prayer, Cry Out America and other national prayer movements, Ms. Horner has been chosen as a member of the National Prayer Committee and Mission America Coalition/U.S. Lausanne Committee. She completed her BS degree in Christian Ministries/Bible at Lee University and enjoys ministering in ecumenical leadership summits and regional ladies conferences both nationally and internationally.


Ms. Horner is married to Perry Horner, a retired graphic designer, who now serves with a local funeral home and provides home repairs and practical assistance to retired ministers and widows. Their daughter Emily, her husband Kirk, and their granddaughter Lillian reside in Cleveland. Their son Ben lives in Chattanooga, where he is a graphic designer and Christian counselor.


Reservation deadline is Tuesday, March 20, at noon. To make reservations online, go to or call 423 698-6262.  Cost for the luncheon is $20.

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