women's ministries

Marilyn Danielson, Administrative Assistant | 860.529.1575 x213 |


Women’s Ministries meets regularly to plan activities and programs for the coming year. We hope that women of all ages—single or married—will take advantage of the opportunities we are offering this year for Bible study, fellowship, support and good, old-fashioned fun. We welcome every woman’s input. If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us.


UPCOMING EVENTS:
Women's Night Out

Women's Outdoor Adventure Fellowship


Women’s Bible Studies

The Book of Acts

Facilitator: Nancy Carroll


"And the Word of God continued to increase, and the numbers of the disciples multiplied greatly." This a group Bible study of women of all ages. No previous Bible experience necessary. This study meets weekly beginning on Tuesday, September 10th from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in M 201. 

Questions call leader Nancy Carroll 860.529.7492.


Breathe, Making Room for Sabbath: 

DVD teaching series by Priscilla Shirer

Facilitator: Diane Galloway


Priscilla challenges us to examine our lives. 

With a jam-packed life, what’s missing is space- space for God to speak, room to hear. 

Priscilla helps us to discover Sabbath margin –the boundary God enables

us to put around things we are most prone to become enslaved to and controlled by. 

Diane Galloway will facilitate this 5-week series beginning Wed., October 2nd. 

Register for either the 10:00 a.m. or the 6:30 p.m. session, 

both held in the Church Parlor by calling Marilyn Danielson at ext 213.


Live a Praying Life

DVD teaching series by Jennifer Kennedy Dean

Facilitators:  Justine Grandpre and Melissa Garvey

 

This revised, 13-week study goes back to the biblical basics of prayer, cleaning out myths about prayer to rev up a powerful, ongoing connection to God that can invigorate every aspect of a Christian’s life. The author tackles the complex theological questions: If God is sovereign, why pray? If prayer is not a way to change God’s mind, what is it? Prayer is a way, Jennifer illustrates, for God to send His power and provision into the world through His people. The study takes a detailed look at prayer’s purpose, process, promise, and practice.

Meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month beginning September 10th

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Morgan House Café

Limited spaces available please contact Care Ministiries to register.