Inspiring every woman to love God with all her heart, soul, strength and mind, and love others as herself.
Coffee with Carmen
2nd Saturday of each month, 9:30AM | Resuming October 14
Plan to join us for our new Saturday morning interactive gathering. We’ll tackle real life “body” issues. BYO drink, talk, laugh, (maybe cry) and pray.
Beginning September 16th
Come to our fall kick-off as we introduce “Bible Journaling,” a fun and creative way to engage with Scripture. More details coming soon!
Simply Bible: The Gospel of John
Beginning September 13th | Registration is Open
Have you ever wondered why God put our souls in these flesh and blood bodies that get sick, age, fall apart and turn to dust? Why would God Himself take on a frail human body and then die? These concepts have serious implications for our own bodies, not to mention our entire being! Want to learn to be comfortable in your own skin? Study John.
Throughout his gospel, John emphasizes the humanity of Jesus, the Son of Man. He makes a big deal about Jesus taking on a body: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” (John 1:14) Beyond that, John has so much more to say about who Jesus is. Do you want to better know Him? Love Him? Trust Him? John has real answers. This particular Gospel is meant to be read and studied over and over again.
- 9:30am-11:30am | East End (pre-registration required if you need childcare during this time)
- 6:30pm-8:00pm | East End
- 6:30pm-8:00pm | Rm. 123
“Sounds good, but I’m too busy…”
We know! Life’s crazy. We’re here to help. This specially designed Bible study can be catered to both the needs of the busy mom and to the woman who longs to dig deep into God’s Word.
“I don’t know how to study the Bible…”
No worries! Many women feel the same. Most of us feel inept about the “how” to study the Bible. Again, we’re here to help. We’ll provide a step by step framework to help you. Together we’ll study and grow.
Get to Know Us
Some of us drink coffee, others tea. Some are single, while some are married. Some divorced, others widowed. We have women with no children, career moms, stay-at-home moms, home-school, public school, and Christian school moms. A few women are even blessed to be grandmas.
We are the women of the church, and we are diverse. One thing brings us together: Jesus.