The Women’s Ministry at Grace Community Church aims to cultivate a culture of disciplemaking and ministry among women. Our primary end is to challenge, equip and charge women to “do ministry” in their particular context.

During 2017, watch for opportunities to gather with other women around targeted discipleship topics that will inform and encourage your faith and outreach. Serving together in the church and community is another good way to connect with women of Grace. If you desire to become more equipped for disciplemaking and service, join us for both churchwide and gender-specific training times throughout the year.


Women’s Discipleship Studies (Spring 2017)

THE READING OF 1 CHRONICLES
Each Sunday from 4:00-5:30pm in the Conference Room
Facilitated by Patty Anderson
The purpose of this group is the communal reading of the Bible in its entirety. 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. We are currently reading the book of 1 Chronicles. This group uses the ESV Bible and you may join anytime. Register for this study by emailing Patty.

PSALMS: TALKING WITH GOD
Wednesdays, February 8-April 19, from 9:30-11:15am in Room 253
Taught by Amy Gower and Meredith Teasley
John Calvin called Psalms “an anatomy of all parts of the soul.” Join us as we work through a selection of Psalms, hearing God speak to our hearts and minds as we learn how to talk to him in any circumstance. No book is required, just bring a Bible and notebook. We will meet for 10 weeks (taking off for spring break on March 22). Register online for this study by February 1.


Women’s Care & Prayer

If you have questions about the women’s ministry or have a need that requires staff assistance, feel free to contact Elaine Atchison, Director of Congregational Care.

Women within our congregation are also available to help provide care and resources. You are welcome to reach out to Joanna Wooten if you are dealing with infertility or Marie Thum if you have experienced pregnancy loss.


Listen to recordings of past women’s events.