Women’s Ministries strives to provide biblical fellowship centered on issues concerning women so that they may “stimulate one another to love and good deeds” (Hebrews 10:24) and be equipped for life, ministry, and mission.
Our Women’s Ministries connect opportunities are designed to not only teach but also encourage and equip the women of our church to move out into their communities and make an impact for Christ. We want all women to know that they are a part of community of believers. We want to walk with you, challenge you and support you as God moves in your life and heart.
Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM in the auditorium. Light refreshments and child care provided.
Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30 PM in room 10.
Women’s Connect is currently on summer break. Morning and evening groups will begin again in September.
Moms Connect meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month during the school year from 9:30 to 11:15 AM in the auditorium. Moms with preschool children ages birth through five years as well as pregnant moms are invited to participate in this group. Each meeting is set aside to connect with other moms, hear spiritual truths through testimonies and/or a speaker, and have small group discussion and prayer together. Special activities and events with children are also planned throughout the school year and summer. Moms Connect currently has a waiting list. Contact Karen Stover at 460-5676 for information.
Women to Women Mentoring
We believe it is God’s desire for us as women to live lives that are intertwined together so that we can grow to be more like Christ as individuals. As a result, the Body of Christ benefits and God is glorified. To this end, the Women to Women mentoring ministry exists to help women connect so that God can use those relationships to help women grow to be more like him in every way. There are many blessings that come from being with one another and standing with each other to fight the everyday battles that come our way. With the Holy Spirit as the Counselor, Guide, and Teacher; the Mentor as the Encourager and Coach; and the Mentoree as the Learner and Seeker of Truth, we have “a cord of three strands that is not quickly broken.” If you have a desire to either be involved as a mentor or a mentoree, please fill out one of these online forms: mentor or mentoree. You may also contact Deb Shank, 534-2608, or Ellen Deibel, 599-6264, with any questions or for more information.