God's Role For Women Is Invaluable.
If you don’t know where to start, start here! The Women’s Bible Studies build on your faith in Christ to help you embrace the truth of God’s Word as it relates to you, your place in the world, your personal value to God, and your purpose in His Kingdom. Come connect with other women and form friendships through weekly devotionals and discussion on various topics.
Meeting Dates: October 31, November 21, & December 19
Location: Room 207
Meets every other Friday until December 18 (excluding Thanksgiving weekend)
Time: 10am – noon
Location: VIP Room
Cost: Each meeting is $5 w/ childcare or $2 without
907 Moms encourages women to explore and excel in their roles as wives and mothers and examine God’s purpose for their lives. They meet from the fall to the spring on a schedule parallel to the school year.
Starting: Meets every other Friday through November 20 and on December 11
Time: 10am – noon & 6-8pm
Location: VIP Room
Moms in Prayer
Most moms want to pray with other moms for their children but are not sure where to start. Moms in Prayer is a ministry that connects women and gives them the tools they need to pray scripturally for their children and shcools. We can help you get connected with other women to pray for your children – whether they are not yet in school, in public school, Christian school, homeschool, college-aged or grown. To get connected to a group or for more information, email Loretta Railing at firstname.lastname@example.org
Praying for Young Adults
This Moms in Prayer group meets once a month to pray for our young adults as they encounter new opportunities in high school, college, the work force, dating and marriage, and more. For more information, contact Gina Senko at email@example.com
We come alongside our widows and help them in this challenging season of life. For more information, contact Patsy Curry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recovery & Grief Share
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