Join us for a six week summer Bible study on 1 John
Lead by Lisa McCartney, this study will give women a chance to connect and fellowship, inspire and encourage one another in their faith, and keep one another accountable through study and prayer.
All women are welcome and there will be sitting for children.
Register by June 16th at the Women’s Table at CCC or by contacting Lisa McCartney (see below).
Children must be registered to attend (cost $5 per week per child).
Tuesdays 9:30-11:00 am in Room 214
June 18 - Attitude toward sin (1 John 1:1-2:14)
July 2 - Love for the things of Christ rather than the things of this world (1 John 2:15- 27)
July 16 - Children of God (1 John 2:28-3:10)
July 30 - Loving One Another (1 John 3:11-24)
August 6 - True Faith in Christ (1 John 4:1-5:21)
August 13 - Breakfast and wrap up study/share.
*Coffee and refreshments provided.
Women’s Ministry, Christ Community Church
Pick up a copy of our Summer 2013 Reading List
or download it here!
Our readers have been busy all winter, and they have 13 books to recommend to you.
All books are on sale at the Women's Table in the lobby
Stop by the table, take a look and buy a book...
Fiction... Inspiration... Non-Fiction... Memoir... Encouragement...
Mark your calendars for these special events!
Connect Missions Conference
March 1st ~ Join us for tea with Michele Rickett, Founder and President of She is Safe. In the main lobby and Chapel from 9:30 to 11:00am.
Women's Spring Bible Study
An informal 3-week study with no homework that tells life-changing stories from the Bible for women today.
Laugh Out Loud
... with Kerri Pomarolli
An intergenerational event for young teens to the wisest among us.
Friday May 3rd at 7:00pm
Saturday May 4th at 10:00am
Women's Bible Study
We will be working side by side the first week of December to serve 11 different ministries and organizations... painting, cleaning, cooking, baking, serving, stocking, shopping, and more. Many hands and hearts working to extend God's love to our community.
But Christmas from the Heart is not about us -- it's about them... the hungry, the elderly, the incarcerated, the broken, the battered, the poor and the homeless. It's about worshipping and glorifying our King, who said, "Whatever you did for the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me." -Matthew 25:40.
Just Say Yes!
Take a look at our Reader's Review for some great summertime reading and then gather a group for a book club!
A book club is a "gently" organized group of women who read the same book independantly and then gather together to discuss it. The discussion of character, content, plot and themes deepens and enlivens the impact of the book. Connect with other book lovers to form a discussion circle this summer!
Download a Reader's Review here
Great Reading ... Great Conversation
The business of a new year is upon us...remember to allow for time to replenish yourself and be with friends. A gathering of girlfriends can be just what you need when your schedule gets hectic, and a fun theme for that gathering makes it even better. We have a new schedule for Girls Night Out for 2009 packed with themes ranging from marriage to tasty food sampling.
I'm especially excited about the Girls Night Out we have planned on January 28th...Wisdom for Marriage. It's the perfect time of year to focus on our husbands - Valentine's Day is next month - and the panel of women coming to speak with us bring a wealth of knowledge and experience. Each of the women have a specific situation in their marriage that they are so gracious to share with us. One of these situations may be something that you are facing in your marriage. Come and hear what these wise women have to say. It should be a very special evening.
If you've never been to a Girls Night Out before, it is an informal gathering of women who meet a someone's home for connection and friendship. Everyone is welcome and there is no need to RSVP. Feel free to bring a friend or two or three!
Next month, we will be discussing The Shack by William P. Young. Join us for our Winter Book Club on February 25th.
I hope to see you at Girls Night Out. If you have questions, comments or ideas for a future Girls Night Out, call me at 610.518.3852 or click to email.
"Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work; If one falls down, his friend can help him up...though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken." - Ecclesiastes 4:9-12