Women’s ministry is a chance for women to build strong, authentic relationships while getting more in depth with their relationship with Jesus. Through seasonal bible studies and skills classes, we come alongside you to assist spiritual growth.
Women’s Bible Study
There are bible studies offered throughout the year in the Fall and Spring. Each study is offered on either a Tuesday night or Thursday morning, and go through a book study as a group. Childcare is available.
To learn more or ask questions, contact email@example.com.
This is a 12 to 15 week comprehensive and Christ centered program to encourage people to journey through their identity and become a more whole person. Some of the topics that will be addressed are family of origin issues, past relational wounds and the process of healing through forgiveness and repair.
For more information and to ask questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Deaconess’ are a group of women who help care for those in need, through prayer, visits and hospitality.
A six-week Bible-based study by Joy Eggerichs, and her father Emerson Eggerichs. This series captures a conversation between the two of them in front of a live audience as they tackle topics including:
• Love and Respect as it relates to the generation of 18-35 year olds
• Marriage, dating, singleness
• Male/female relationships
• Faith/Beliefs about God
• Life’s wounds
Dinner at 6:30pm followed by the DVD study and conversational discussion questions at the Swanson home.
As a community, we want to take care of one another in practical ways. Meals are often a huge blessing when someone is having surgery, introducing a new baby, has had a loss in the family, has medical issues going on or is enduring a hard time in life. If you identify a possible need for meals in your small group friend, a Bible Study friend, a family member, or even yourself - you can use this link to let us know.
A Meals Ministry organizer will get in touch with the person or family and we will take it from there!
Galatians 6:2 “Bear one another's burdens, and thereby fulfill the law of Christ”