The Women’s Ministry at Grace Community Church exists to help fulfill the mission statement of Grace Community Church:
“To build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world.” Our primary aim is to cultivate a culture of disciple-making, and to challenge and equip each other to ‘do ministry’ wherever God has us today. Gather with us around targeted discipleship topics that will inform and encourage your faith and outreach. Use your gifts to serve and strengthen the church family, or volunteer in one of our local strategic partnerships. We hope you will join us as we each work to connect, disciple and care for one another.
For more information about the Women’s Ministry at Grace, email Elaine Atchison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAVE THE DATE!
Spring Women’s Gathering
Saturday, April 30, 2022
The Book of Joshua
Wednesdays, February 2 – April 13 (Spring Break 03/16)
9:30-11:00 am, Pine Room, Discipleship Building
Taught by Amy Gower
Ladies, this seems like a great time to learn more about our God, who keeps all his good promises.
Please join us, and invite a friend or neighbor, whether they attend Grace, another church, or none at all. No previous experience with the Bible is needed to come. Childcare for Infants through Pre-K available by reservation.
Bible Reading and Prayer
Sundays (resuming January 9), 4:00-5:30pm,
Conference Room (Main Building)
Led by Patty Anderson and Anne Calton
Join in with this small group that is reading and praying through the Bible for mutual discipleship and encouragement. Currently they are in the book of Isaiah. You are invited to begin at any time. Contact email@example.com for more details.
Women within our congregation are available to provide support and resources in a number of areas, such as infertility, pregnancy loss, postpartum depression/anxiety, divorce, elder caregiving, and more.
If you have questions about ministry among women, have a need that requires staff assistance, or have a unique life experience that could encourage or comfort other women, contact Elaine Atchison, Director of Congregational Care.