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We believe the role of women in the body of Christ is vital. At every juncture women are leading teaching, mentoring, sharing, lifting, guiding, supporting, cradling… some in structured roles, many in unstructured, unseen roles. That’s what women do. Women serve in the image and humility of Christ. We strengthen and build up the core of Christ’s establishment, the church.

Women’s Ministry Goal
The goal of the Women’s Ministry is to connect women with other Christian women in and outside of the church family. We hope to do this by meeting the different needs of women through fellowship, encouragement, mentoring, Bible study, supporting and enriching a woman’s personal spiritual growth.


SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY GROUPS FOR WOMEN

Ruth’s Open Door
This Sunday Bible study class for ladies studies the Master Work materials.
Teacher: Betty Jo Wohl, Director/Teachers Shelly Davis, Felicia White, Crucina Freeman, & Wanda Payne
Where: Room D172/173

L.A.C.E. Ladies After Christ’s Example 
This Sunday Bible study class for ladies studies the Explore the Bible materials.
Teacher: Betty Shultz
Where: Room D171       


WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMENS BIBLE STUDIES

Finding I Am
Finding I Am, by Lysa TerKeurst is a six-week Bible study for single ladies (in their 20s-40s) on Wednesday evenings at 5:45, June 5-July17. You will learn more about the seven I Am statements of Jesus as found in the Gospel of John and see how Jesus fully satisfies the cry of your heart. Study leaders are Tina Gross and Carol Ross. Contact the church office if you are interested in signing up.

Lord, Teach Me to Pray
This 5-class series by Kay Arthur begins June 19 and will meet every Wednesday evening from 5:30 to 7:15. The class runs through July 24 with no class on July 3. Come study the perfect pattern of prayer that Jesus gave to His disciples and learn how and what to pray – and what to expect! Please email Debby Arnold if you are interested so a study workbook can be ordered on your behalf. 

Not Alone
We were created for community. And because our heavenly Father is generous, He’s given us one of the most essential and life-changing relationships for community: friendship. Our six-week study Not Alone, will include short videos with Jennie Allen, Lauren Chandler, and Amena Brown, study guide for daily readings, and discussions on why we need friendship, biblical examples, and challenges/ joys that accompany friendship. We’ll dive into the tough topics of toxic relationships, boundaries, and how to rebuild broken trust. But most of all we’ll celebrate the encouragement, wisdom, and love that only comes when you’re not alone. Wednesdays 5:55-7:25 p.m. July 10–August 14 in the Chapel South Wing. Books $25. Order book and rsvp for childcare through Carolyn in the office.

Events

Bible Art Journaling | June 20
If you have been interested in finding out about this worship-art we welcome you to join us on Thursday, June 20, 6:15-8:00 p.m. in Room B123. Email Denise Curtiss or Karen Wright for more information.

2019 Bible Art Journaling Dates:  
January 17   |   February 21   |   March 14   |   April 18
June 20   |   September 19   |   October 10
Extended Workshop  July 11, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Day Trip to Pawhuska | July 18
Back by popular demand is a day trip to Pawhuska, Oklahoma on Thursday, July 18, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The cost for transportation from the church is $10. Pawhuska is growing by leaps and bounds and there are many new places to visit. The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, has opened many new things: The Mercantile (of course), P-Town Pizza, Charlie’s Sweet Shop and the Boarding House are all in close proximity. There are also many other little shops that have a variety of things to look at and the Ben Johnson Cowboy Museum just opened! With so much to do please plan to lunch on your own anywhere you want. If you have questions, please contact Karen Wright.

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Arts & Crafts Expo | November 2019

Each year in mid November our Women’s Ministry hosts the Arts & Crafts Expo. Last year we had over 60 vendors and are hoping for just as many this year. There will be a variety of items available including home decor, jewelry, baby items, local photography, woodcraft items, and much more! The vendors are from Tulsa and surrounding communities. There is also a wonderful basket auction. It’s a great opportunity to do some holiday shopping, while supporting a great cause. All of the proceeds, plus 10% of all vendor’s sales go to support our Student Spring Break Mission Trip to Belize.

Please visit our Arts & Crafts Expo page HERE



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