We want women in our community to find real friends and grow deeper in their faith. When women grow in their connection with Christ and their community, it transforms families and changes our community for the better! We provide an atmosphere of grace and opportunities to equip, pray, unite, receive support, refreshment, and encouragement so that YOU can find real friends and grow deeper in your faith!

We offer many opportunities to connect with other women:

  • Women’s Retreat – Annually
  • Bible Studies – Winter, Spring and Fall
  • Inductive Studies – Summer
  • Book Club – Summer
  • Momspace – Spring and Fall
  • Women of Worth – Monthly
  • Dessert Night – December

COFFEE TALKS

Led by Pastor Christina Andriese & Sharon Shears
When: Thursdays, October 29th – November 19th, 2020
Mornings: 9:00 – 11:15am  
Evenings:  7:00-9:30pm
Cost: Free
Meeting at Centerpoint Church – in Venue 2
Childcare is not available at this time due to COVID
 
Hello Ladies!! We are having a special event called “Coffee Talks” With Pastor Christina Andriese and Sharon Shears. It’s a time for us to gather together and talk about things that are hard to talk about sometimes.
Invite your friends and family to come out. There is no cost for the this event. We will be having coffee talk discussions then we will break out into groups to dive a little deeper about the topics that were just discussed. Oh and Coffee will be provided!! (And some light snacks, we always need food. Come on, we are women!!)

We cant wait to catch up over some coffee!!

WOMEN OF WORTH

Baked Potato Bar Luncheon
(All food provided)


When: November 11th, 2020

Time: 11:00 am

Where: Home of Ann Gilroy (address disclosed with signup confirmation)

Cost: $5.00

Women of Worth, for women 40 and over to join in community with Godly Women for fun, food, and friendship. We meet monthly, on a Wednesday, in a home or at a restaurant for a fabulous time filled with love and encouragement.  

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