"This is the day that the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it." Psalm 118:24

Women's Retreat & Events

 

Click to see pictures of this year's women's conference. Save the date for next year's event: November 11, 2017

 

Study Groups

Basic CMYKWe believe that the best and most growth happens with others.  Jesus recruited 12 to train, teach, and send out into the world. Together they shared meals and conversations. They lived life together and journeyed with one another.

And sometimes you just want to get together with other women! 

Acts 2 tells us about the unity and growth that comes when the people of God gather in small groups.  It is our hope to develop a strong community of Christ followers by offering you a place to connect with other women just like you!

No matter where you are in your walk with Christ, we have a study for you.  Study topics include a wide range of women and family issues as well as topics of faith.  Studies typically run 6-8 weeks.  If you are interested in joining a group or starting a new one, contact Dianna Sheely in the church office.

Current Group Information

Many groups on on summer hiatus or gearing up for a new fall study. Stay tuned for more details on study topics for each group. Contact the group leader or the church office if you need further information.

Mondays at 9:30am in the Armstrong Room. Led by Rene Beck.

Tuesdays at 9:45am at the home of Julie Holland. Contact the office for location.

Wednesday at 6:30pm in the Armstrong Room. Led by Dianna Sheely. Steadfast Love by Lauren Chandler begins on September 13.  Join us as we dive into this study of  Psalm 107 & walk with Lauren as she shares what she has learned of the steadfast love of the Lord.

Thursday at 9:30 am in the Armstrong Room,  led by Ruth Powell

Thursdays at 6:00am in the Armstrong Room. Led by Jan Bell, Sue Porter, Amy Spicher and Pam Westrup.

Jesus recruited 12 to train, teach, and send out into the world. Together they shared meals and conversations. They lived life together and journeyed with one another.