Welcome to the Women’s Ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church! CPC has established various ministries to encourage the women of our congregation in their journey with Christ. First, 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 Claudia Helm, Sara Loudon, Kathy Rizkalla, or Sylvia Winans; or you can contact us at email@example.com.
LADIES’ BIBLE STUDY
Please join us Tuesday mornings at 10 or every other Tuesday evening at 7pm 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.
Contact: Sylvia Winans | firstname.lastname@example.org.
TITUS 2 SERIES
Based on Titus 2:3-5, this five-session series provides a platform for our spiritually mature Christian women to teach the women of CPC. The evening includes dinner, fellowship, prayer, teaching, and small group time. Women of all ages are encouraged to attend. (Series takes place in the winter.)
If you missed one of the past talks, you can listen to them here.
WHEN WOMEN PRAY
Women of all ages gather throughout the year to pray for our church, our leaders, our missionaries, our nation, and each other. We worship the Lord through song, and we pray corporately and in small groups.
FACE TO FACE
Women of all ages come together on a few Fridays during the year for fellowship and faith-building. One of our CPC sisters shares how God is working in her life. Refreshments are served.
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