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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.

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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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Bible Studies

Sign-ups for Women’s Winter Bible Studies begin on December 4. Childcare is provided for our daytime studies.


Breathe by Priscilla Shirer.
Monday evenings 7:00, beginning December 15

One of the greatest challenges among women in our culture is taking time to cease from all the activities and just breathe. We are in bondage to busyness. We constantly strive to complete the limitless to-do lists that hinder us from experiencing all that God has for us. By neglecting time for tranquility, serenity, and repose, we limit our Christlikeness and miss out on some of God’s greatest gifts. In the Old Testament, Sabbath was given to the Israelites as a gift, and it is still a gift to us today. If you are weary, worn out, and exhausted, then the concept of Sabbath will change your life.

For More information contact Judy Gray.


1 Peter by Jen Wilken.
Tuesday evenings 7:00, beginning December 16

Our inheritance through Christ is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading. In 1 Peter, a man of faith and flaws and eyewitness to the life of Christ challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance. He shares his concerns on big picture issues for the early church, describes believers’ true identity in Christ, and ultimately helps readers discover what it means to experience the Living Hope they have in Christ.

Key themes of humility, submission, and identity in Christ guide the study of 1 Peter as participants are challenged to read the book in its entirety each week.

For more information contact Deb Tosh.


The Amazing Collection, 2Kings – Song of Solomon.
Thursday mornings 9:15, beginning December 18 

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 winter session, 2 Kings – Song of Solomon will be covered.

For more information contact Amy Hill.


Sermon on the Mount by Jen Wilken
Thursday mornings 9:15,  beginning September 14

What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? Matthew’s gospel opens with three chapters containing Jesus’ longest recorded message – a sermon given to His disciples early in His ministry to articulate what the life of a Christ-follower would look like. It was a message intended to turn upside down every expectation His closest followers might have. Both practical and profound, the sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness?

In His sweeping depiction of kingdom citizenship, Jesus utters some of the most familiar passages in all of Scripture. Most of us have only encountered the Sermon on the Mount in fragments, considering its subdivisions as complete teachings in their own right – a study on blessedness, a reflection on the Lord’s Prayer, a meditation on lilies of the field. But what if we navigated these three chapters as they were originally heard: as one cohesive, well-ordered message, intended to challenge us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification? This 9-week study led by Jen Wilkin does just that. Seat yourself on a mountainside to learn at the feet of Jesus. Ask for ears to hear and a heart to respond to the teaching of our King.

For more information contact Sara Clark.


Register Here on or after December 4.

MOPS

2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month
9:15 – 11:15am
Starts September 13
(during the school year)

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

For more information contact Amy Ehlers. Registration begins on August 7 at 8:00am. Sign-up here on or after August 7.

 

Service

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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