The Women’s Ministry at Grace Community Church exists to help fulfill the mission statement of Grace Community Church: “To build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world.” Our primary aim is to cultivate a culture of disciple-making, and to challenge and equip each other to ‘do ministry’ wherever God has us today. Gather with us around targeted discipleship topics that will inform and encourage your faith and outreach. Use your gifts to serve and strengthen the church family, or volunteer in one of our local strategic partnerships. We hope you will join us as we each work to connect, disciple and care for one another.
Saturday, April 21 from 8:30-11:30am
Crockett Park, Brentwood, TN
All women, high school through senior adults, are invited to gather for an active and inspiring morning full of intergenerational fun, a picnic brunch and a time of worship and challenge. Whether you are a Builder, Boomer, GenXer, Millennial or Generation Z, we hope you will join us for this connecting event.
· 8:30am (Optional) Walk-and-Talk
· 9:15am All Gather at Picnic Shelter
· 9:30am Group Activity
· 10:00am Picnic Brunch, Worship and Challenge
1500 Volunteer Parkway (near Wilson Pike and Crockett Rd.). Turn into park off Crockett Rd. between Crockett Elementary and Holy Family Church. Continue past Cool Springs House and Log house, following signs to reserved shelter on your right.
Morning Discipleship Study: Exploring the Heart of God’s Kingdom – 1 Samuel
Wednesdays from 9:30-11:15 am, February 7-April 18 in Room 253 (break on March 28)
Led by: Amy Gower & Meredith Teasley
*Childcare registration is closed, although adults may still register for this study. Please email Christi Ramares, our Childcare Coordinator, to be placed on a childcare waiting list.*
What do our hearts have to do with the kingdom of God and his purposes? Why does it matter to us what happened to a bunch of people that lived 3,000 years ago? Come join us for a 10-week study of the book of 1 Samuel as we learn why God’s kingdom matters and what it means that God looks at the heart.
Monthly Evening Discipleship Study: Nehemiah: Rebuilt & Rebuilding
Thursdays from 6:00-8:00pm (February 8, March 8, April 5, May 3) in The Great Commission Room
Led by: Laura Wheeler & Elaine Atchison
Registration is now closed.
Kathleen Nielson’s compact study guide will help you invest personal time in a passage each week. Then, we’ll gather once a month for dessert, small group discussion and prayer.
Nehemiah is not only an example of great leadership; his story shows us in living color God’s sovereign plan to work through his people for his redemptive purposes in Jesus Christ. A 10-week personal study guide will lead us to immerse ourselves daily in a dramatic story of God’s people led by a godly leader at a crucial point in salvation history. We will also trace God’s faithfulness to preserve his people and fulfill his promises in our lives. You may order your study guide ($10) when you register online.
Sunday Afternoon Bible Reading & Prayer: Ezra & Nehemiah
Sundays from 4:00-5:30pm, resumes January 14
Led by: Patty Anderson
Contact Patty Anderson to join
The purpose of this group is the communal reading of the Bible in its entirety, from beginning to end. We read, discuss, and pray over the passages, submitting our minds to the revelation of God’s character so we can love and serve him better. Join in anytime; contact Patty Anderson.
Women within our congregation are available to provide support and resources in a number of areas. If you are dealing with infertility, you are welcome to reach out to Joanna Wootten.
50+ Prayer & Brown Bag Lunch meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Discipleship Building, room 250. Contact Shirley Degraffenreid.
If you have questions about ministry among women, or have a need that requires staff assistance, feel free to contact Elaine Atchison, Director of Congregational Care.
Listen to recordings of past women’s events.