Our mission is to provide opportunities for women to grow spiritually, develop friendships, encourage one another, and become equipped for ministry. “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing” (1 Thessalonians 5:11, ESV).
- Dawn Darby, Director
- Khalia Bentson
- Sarah Gauthier
- Hilary Kvale
- Tina LeFebvre
- The 2022-23 Women’s Ministry Handbook can be downloaded here
Events & Activities
Prior Events and Addresses
Mark your calendars! We have events and meetings coming up that you won’t want to miss! So, please put these in your calendar. See the events calendar for more details.
Faith and Fellowship
Note: please see our Bulletin & Announcements page for the most up to date info.
Women’s Ministry Sunday School – Fellowship House, 9:45-10:45am
We are reading through The Horse and His Boy, book 5 in The Chronicles of Narnia. Michael Ward in The Narnia Code says, “Aslan sums up—or we might say he incarnates—the spirit of Mercury in his own person. Aslan is ‘swift of foot’—much swifter than anyone else in this story.” “Mercury was deemed ‘the messenger’ and therefore good with words.” “In ‘The Planets’ Mercury brings about ‘meeting selves, same but sundered.’ This is a very important phrase for helping us understand why he wrote The Horse and His Boy the way he did. It is a story about twin brothers, Cor and Corin, who were separated shortly after birth and are reunited many years later. They are identical. They were parted. They come back together again. Cor and Corin and like drops of mercury.” Join us as we read dramatically through this wonderful tale. We meet in the Fellowship House.
NOTE: Occasionally, we enjoy the opportunity to meet together in the north side of DeSoto Hall and share new insights and prayer concerns, as well as give you any updates in Women’s Ministry. These dates will be announced in the bulletin!
Ladies’ Bible Study – Fellowship House, 9:30am-12:00pm
Tuesday Evening Bible Study – the Conference Room, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Mothers Encouragement Group – Fellowship House, 9:30am-12:00pm
Girls’ Discipleship Group – DeSoto Hall, 2:30pm-3:30pm
All High Schoolers are welcome – homeschooled, public, or private!
Ladies, would you like to get to know other women in the church better? Would you like to meet with women of different ages and stages of life, encouraging one another and praying for one another?
We are beginning new Friendship Circles for 2022 and we are looking for new participants. Friendship Circles are small groups of women who meet approximately once a month for fellowship and prayer. If you would like to become more connected with other women at Faith, getting to know them and sharing your life, a Friendship Circle is a perfect way to do that.
Last year over 50 women in the church participated in a Friendship Circle, meeting on a regular or semi-regular basis, for this very purpose. Some groups bonded over activities, some groups bonded over a topic, but in every case, women got to know one another better.
If you are currently in a Friendship Circle, let your leader know your plans for staying in your group or switching things up. If you want more information, to be in a group, or to be in a new group, please contact Dawn Darby as she will be making up new groups soon.
We are looking for some women to serve in the capacity of organizing special receptions. This works best if two or three women take it on. You are not required to actually do every reception yourselves, but to make sure it happens by getting volunteers. This is such a huge service to our church and really not a time demanding job. If you are interested, or can think of someone who might be, please let Tina LeFebvre know, and we will give you more information about what the job entails!
Meals on Wheels
The purpose of Meals on Wheels is to provide meals for those families needing extra help due to illness, death in the family, adoption or childbirth. If you know of a need, please contact Jane Lewellen or the church office.
Meal needs will be requested via TNT (This ‘n’ That), the church’s e-mail announcement system. To receive TNT e-mails, please contact the church office. Thank you!
Paid Nursery Attendant Position Available
The church is looking to hire a nursery attendant to minister to our covenant children during the 8:15am service. Applicants should be at least 18 years old, have experience with childcare, be able to follow safety and security policies and procedures, and should be regularly attending the alternate morning service. (We do not wish for this position to hinder someone from regular Sunday morning worship!). Please contact the church office if you are interested in applying.