Our desire as a women’s ministry is to nurture the hearts of women to know God’s Word and follow faithfully after Christ demonstrating authenticity and love, and serving as we are uniquely made. Like our Facebook Page to keep up to date!
Our every-other-month Front Porch News is digital! This is a great way to stay connected with the women at Grace through testimonies, inspirational thoughts, and yes, even recipes.
A ministry for all ladies at Grace! Legacy is a place where you can enjoy intergenerational fellowship--meet old friends and make new ones, be encouraged in your role as a woman, and grow in your faith.
Here are the 2018-19 dates for Legacy:
Do you have a desire to experience genuine community? Our desire is to encourage women toward personal and spiritual maturity through the teaching and counsel from God's Word. Small group settings provide opportunities to engage in a deep and personal way.
Pop-up Bible studies
The Women’s Ministry will be offering short “pop up” Bible Studies throughout the year! The studies will be four to six weeks in length and held at different times. Check back here for information about upcoming pop-up Bible studies.
Hope For the Caregiver
Hope for the Caregiver is a support group for women who are caregivers of loved ones with chronic mental illness. Our heart’s desire is to provide spiritual hope and support to those in similar circumstances. We are on that journey ourselves and understand the challenges and stress that this responsibility can bring.
As a group, we have learned the importance of giving praise to our Father in all circumstances and praying for each other and our loved ones. We are able to speak openly and honestly within our group, and found this to be tremendously helpful. We want to offer this support to others as we truly believe that “no hurt” is lost.
To get more information, or share prayer requests contact Marilyn Jost: (316) 772-6062 or firstname.lastname@example.org
growing in the dark
How to Experience God in Prayer by Chip Ingram
Anxiety and depression are spiritual in nature, as well as emotional and physical. In 'Growing in the Dark' we focus on the spiritual . We strive to foster a place where women can share freely, be known, and encourage each other to engage in the hard work of "struggling well." This semester we will focus on deepening our relationship with the Lord through prayer.
Starts: September 17 | 7-9:00pm | Norm’s (613 N Main)
Is life difficult or lonely? Do you want to grow with Jesus and in your understanding of the Bible? Or maybe you are experiencing infertility or child loss and would like someone to walk that journey with you. Our one-to-one ministry encourages and provides direction for anyone who wants to be involved in a discipleship relationship, either as a mentor or as someone being mentored!
Call or text Della Loewen, 316.841.2780
women's ministry council
Our Ministry Council is dedicated to meeting the needs of women at Grace Community Church and the community. If you have questions or feedback regarding the programs offered, then please feel free to contact us! Get in touch with Della Loewen at email@example.com. View the Women's Ministry Council brochure.