Women

Women

Women

The desire of our ministry to women is to equip them through the instruction of the Word of God to live in such a way that they bring Him glory in their relationships at home, at work, in the community and in the church. Our weekly bible studies, special events, and retreat weekends are essential tools in helping us reach our goal. On this site, you will find resources for daily living and activities you can join.

Women's Events

We frequently hold events for women designed to encourage and provide fellowship. Check our News Feed for a listing of upcoming events.

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  • May
    08

    Darkness to Light: A Three-Week Bible Study

    Jesus, in the Sermon on the Mount, describes the believer as both salt: a preserving influence in the world against the corruption of sin, and light: offering the hope of Christ to a world shuttered by darkness and unbelief.

    Believers may see this description as a task to be undertaken each day, a burdensome responsibility—just one more thing for the Christian to do. However, once we understand that this is who Christ has declared us to be, it reorients our perspective. We are salt; we are light. This isn't another work. It is who we are in Christ. 

    Join us for this three-week study as we examine how we should think about our witness to the world, especially in this time when many around us are questioning and searching for truth.

     

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  • Bible Studies Continue through COVID-19

    While we are not gathering in person for our Women's Bible Study, our study of Matthew has continued. Visit the Bible Study tab for questions, outlines, and teaching for the weekly passage. Some groups are also meeting virtually and if you'd like to join one, email Renee to get connected.

  • Mar
    21

    The 21st Century Woman Series-CANCELED

    Part 3 of The 21st Century Woman series: Then How Should I Live? Over the past two sessions, we've learned that we have been made in God's image for the purpose of knowing and loving Him, and now we are called to live it out in our daily lives. But what does this practically look like? How should we apply this in our homes, schools, or workplaces? In light of everything we've learned, how then should we live?

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Coordinators

Mickey Aquilino