Welcome to the Women’s Ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church! We seek to EQUIP the women in the knowledge of the Lord and His Word; next, to CONNECT women in the body; and finally, to ENCOURAGE each woman to serve others using her God-given gifts.
If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas about any of the following ministries, you can reach out to us at email@example.com.
In His service,
Your Women’s Ministry Servant Team (WMST)
Ruth-Anne Bhardwaj, Claudia Helm, Dee Hopper, Sara Loudon,
Rebecca Steelman, Jenny Tyo, Sylvia Winans
LADIES’ BIBLE STUDY
Please join us as we study God’s Word, including discussion and real-life application, fellowship, and prayer. Gathering together as a multi-generational group of women provides a depth and breadth of discussion and learning, and creates an environment that fosters the growth of rich relationships.
For more information about the 2020-2021 study on Romans, click here.
Contact: Sylvia Winans | firstname.lastname@example.org.
TITUS WOMEN: CULTIVATING THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT
These gatherings are inspired by that call to the older and younger women in the body of Christ. Whether you are 22, 92, or somewhere in between, all of us are part of the body, all of us having something to learn, all of us have something to share.
We encourage you to attend—physically or virtually—these stand-alone gatherings, where we will hear both teaching and testimony from sisters in our congregation, encouraging us to cultivate the fruits of the spirit.
The Titus Women gatherings will be on the following Friday evenings:
February 12: Love
March 12: Joy
April 16: Peace
May 14: Patience
June 11: Kindness & Goodness
(July & August – no sessions)
September 17: Faithfulness
October 15: Gentleness
November 12: Self-Control
For more information about the next gathering, click here.
Stay tuned for these as spring approaches.
Women ages 70+ meet periodically for discipleship and encouragement.
The church will arrange a baby shower for the first child born to a family since they have been attending CPC.
Our meals coordinator, Susan Dix, serves as a liaison between families with needs and the church body. She contacts the family and establishes dates, contact information, and dietary restrictions, then sets up a site on Meal Train and shares the link with the rest of the church. The need for meals varies, but may include: new baby, move, illness, or injury.
Contact: Susan Dix | email@example.com