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women’s ministries


Welcome to Women’s Ministries at Christ Community. The heart of our Women’s Ministries is to welcome, encourage, connect, and serve women as we journey together. We offer a variety of ways to connect for women of all ages and stages of life, including Bible studies, MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers), serving opportunities, and fellowship events.

Studies are offered during the week, both daytime and evening. Most morning studies offer childcare. We offer regular opportunities for the women of our church to come together and serve our local body, our community, and our world. We kick off each ministry year with a fellowship event in late August, highlighting ways to join in for the upcoming year. A variety of other fellowship events occur throughout the year.

We welcome the chance to talk with you more about current opportunities for women. Won’t you come join us!

For more information contact Sara Spence.


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ways to connect

Fall 2018 Bible Studies

Sign-ups for Bible Studies begin on August 20, at 8:00.  Childcare is provided on a limited basis for our daytime studies.

Jeremiah by Melissa Spoelstra.
Monday evenings 7:00pm, beginning September 17.

Jeremiah offers women hope for living in an uncertain world by learning to navigate the challenges and circumstances of their lives. This six-week study examines God’s words of instruction to His wayward people through the prophet Jeremiah. It provides women six guidelines for intentional living to overcome fear, worry, and doubt as they surrender their wills to God’s and put their hope in Him alone.

For more information contact Judy Gray.

Numbers by Melissa Spoelstra.
Tuesday evenings 7:30pm, beginning September 11.

A study of contentment in a culture of more. This study will take place at the home of Cathy Koehler.

Something in us aches for more—more hope, more joy, more freedom. All around us people are dancing to the steps of bigger, better, and faster, and we can easily join in without even realizing it. Before long complaining and comparing accompany our desire for more, yet we’re not any closer to filling the ache inside. God offers us another way.

In this six-week study of the Book of Numbers, we’ll find a group of people that wandered in the desert for forty years, unable to enter the Promised Land because of their complaining, grumbling, and lack of faith. By exploring Numbers we can come to identify the reasons for our complaining, learn contentment while being authentic about the difficulties of life, accept short-term hardship in light of the greater good of God’s ultimate deliverance, recognize the relationship between complaining and worry, and discover how to realign with God’s character and promises.

For more information contact Deb Tosh

The Amazing Collection, Isaiah-Micah
Thursday mornings 9:15am, beginning September 6.

This is a collection of studies, working through the Bible from beginning to end. It is designed to help you know and understand the big picture of God’s Word through learning the purpose, theme, history, and spiritual application of each book of the Bible. During the fall session, Isaiah – Micah will be covered.

For more information contact Amy Hill

Rebuild – A Study in Nehemiah by Kathleen B. Nielson.
Thursday mornings 9:15am, beginning September 6.

Taking a close look at the Book of Nehemiah, this 8 session study opens a window into the dramatic story of God’s people sustained by God’s Word that points groups to God’s sovereign plan to work through his people.

For more information contact Jordan Plank

Sign-ups for Bible Studies begin on August 20, at 8:00am.  Childcare is provided on a limited basis for our daytime studies.


2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month
(during the school year)
9:15 – 11:15am
Starts September 12

MOPS is designed to encourage mothers from different backgrounds with children under school age through relationships and resources.

For more information contact Michelle. Registration begins on August 6.



There are various opportunities throughout the year.

We treasure your participation in Special Deliveries (meals for families after birth or adoption), Helping Hands (meals after surgery, loss, etc.), and our Outreach partnerships, such as our involvement with Woodland Elementary School. To learn more about how you can serve our church family, as well as our partners, click here.

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