Welcome to Eagle Christian Church Women's Ministries. We invite you to join us on our journey to the heart of God. Our God has uniquely designed women to need a relationship with Him AND healthy, encouraging, intergenerational relationships with other women as we travel through life. The journey will have its challenges and joys, but the challenges will be divided and the joys multiplied because we make the journey together.
On our journey, we will REACH and build friendships with women of all ages and all stages of life. We will encourage and be encouraged as we interact with multiple generations of women. We will TEACH and EQUIP women to know, to share, and to live out God's perfect design for womanhood. We will study together from God's unchanging Word and draw closer to Him. We will become more confident to share God's plan for us with other women. Ultimately, we will rejoice with opportunities to SERVE our God and others we meet on our journey to God's heart.
Questions about any group or event, ideas, need someone to just visit with about life, etc., contact Glennis at 286-0879 or 514-9296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Excited for the journey to His heart,
[ Glennis Thomas ]
Church Office: 208-286-0879
From the Spring Brunch 2015
Overnight French Toast
10 cups of bread, cubed
4 ounces of cream cheese (We used a little more)
1 cup of milk
¼ cup maple syrup
¾ teaspoon salt
½ Tablespoon vanilla extract
¼ cup cinnamon/sugar
Cut bread in cubes and place half of them in a greased 13 x 9 pan.
Cut cream cheese into chunks and place over bread.
Cover with remaining bread.
Beat eggs, milk, salt, vanilla and syrup together and pour over the bread mixture.
Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
Cover and chill overnight.
Bake at 350 for 15 minutes covered.
Uncover and bake another 15 minutes or until golden.
Variation: May add fresh blueberries in with the bread.
It is also wonderful if you make a blueberry
sauce to go over the top.
REACH OPPORTUNITIES: (Both Eagle Campus and Surprise Valley Campus meet at Eagle Campus for these events.)
FALL RETREAT - September 25-27, 2015 -Theme: "Loved Beyond Measure". A weekend with a purpose. Time to recharge your spiritual batteries, build friendships, and grow closer to the Lord. We will worship, be encouraged and challenged in a setting that honors God. A great time to bring a friend. Cost $95.00. Speaker for the retreat is Lisa Ingram from Manhattan, Kansas. Lisa has spoken at a variety of women's meetings, conference workshops, and retreats. Lisa's husband is president of Manhattan Christian College and Lisa grew up a minister's daughter. She will share with us on the theme "Loved Beyond Measure." Put the dates on your calendar now and plan to spend a purposeful weekend in McCall, Idaho.
WINTER EVENT and DESSERT - December 6, 2015 A special evening of fellowship and preparing our hearts for Christ. A great time to introduce your friends to ECC.
TEACH AND EQUIP OPPORTUNITIES: (Eagle Campus) (Please scroll on down for Surprise Valley opportunities.)
Sunday morning class for women - Topical studies offered each Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. Taught by Carol Stine.
CrossTrainers - Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 in the Chapel. A Bible study for women of all ages who want to follow God's design for our lives. Includes both large group study and small group time for discussion and relationship building. Continuing the theme of "Life Interrupted" by looking at the life of Daniel (Beth Moore.) Led by Ginger Head and Jacque Simmons. Childcare is available. Study finishes May 20 and recesses until September.
Tuesday evening - Children of the Day (Beth Moore). A study of 1 and 2 Thessalonians. This study time Combines large group study with small group opportunities for women of all ages. This group is a great time to learn and grow together in God's Word. Led by Sue Pellant at 7 p.m. in the Fireside Room.
Time 4 Moms - Opportunity for moms of all ages to meet, share life, and build supportive relationships with one another. Begins Wednesday at 7:00 in the Women's Ministry Corner of the Lobby. Led by Suzi Butzier and Annie Eastman and Genny Heikka.
WOW (Women of Worth) A group uniquely designed to support widows through fellowship, encouragement, devotional thought and WSN (Widows' Support Network). Ultimately helping women heal and find new joy and meaning in life and serving others. Meets the second Sunday of each month for lunch at a local restaurant. Watch the bulletin for the meeting place. Led by Pat Amyx
Apples of Gold - a great opportunity to develop your cooking skills, build friendships, share in a topical study based on Titus 2, and have fun in the process. Those who have been through the program share that it has been life changing for them. This is an 8 week commitment and the group is limited in size for each 8 week period. If you are interested in being a part of the fall session, please let Glennis know. This 6 mentors in this group delight in the time they spend with those taking the class.
Apple Core - A listening ear and someone with whom to share our joys and concerns is the heart and core of how God has designed us. The benefits of longer term intergenerational friendships strengthen and encourage us both spiritually and in just living our lives day by day. Intergenerational pairs of women will decide exactly what they want their time together to accomplish and will meet at times they decide. Pairs meet for a nine month period and can meet longer if they desire. Nikki Francis and Joan Oster lead.
Young Women's Bible Study (ages 20-35). Meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 7-8 pm at 1587 West Par Court, Eagle. The goal of this group is to build lasting friendships and grow closer to Jesus. They are currently doing a topical study and getting to know each other as they build friendships. Contact Christina Ahearn 775-388-1322 or email email@example.com. No child care.
SERVE OPPORTUNITIES: (Eagle Campus)
Our love for Christ naturally overflows as we serve Him by serving others. The important thing is to find a place to serve and plug in. Service is as indiviudal as each of us. The obvious ones are prayer warriors, children and youth, visiting the elderly and those struggling, volunteering with service organizations in the community, being sensitive to those around us, actively looking for ways to display Christ through our actions.
Loving Touch Ministries pulls togther 3 separate types of ministries designed to offer encouragement, and meet specific needs in times of trial or blessing. Requests are submitted to the team leaders who identify the loving touch that is needed.
1. Meals Ministry - an opportunity to serve in a very practical way when needs arise. This group provides meals to families who need a little extra TLC at the birth of a new baby, a death or other stressful time. If you would like to help provide meals or need meals for a specific life event, contact the church office 286-0879 or Danielle Bowman at 401-5421.
2. Quilting Ministry - This service ministry makes comfort quilts for those in life altering circumstances needing an extra loving touch thata reminds them that others care and are aware of the blessing or need. This group also includes those who enjoy knitting or crocheting baby afghans and hats, or other small items. One group meets Monday morning at 9:30 and one meets Monday evening at 6:00. Both groups meet at the church building. Contact Summer Coates 412-0667 with requests.
3. Card Ministry - This service ministry sends cards as needed to encourage others dealing with life altering events / blessings. Contact Glennis at 286-0879.
Women in Prayer - Women committed to praying regularly for the various needs of women's ministries, individuals, ECC staff, etc. This group undergirds Women's Ministries, is committed to confidentiality, and has a real heart for taking the needs of others to the throne of God in prayer. Led by Shannon Crites.
New service opportunities are being developed and many other opportunities already exist to serve in the church. Call Glennis for more information.
LIT-up (Leaders in Training) - a time to learn or to refresh leadership skills. Meeting times to be announced. Led by Glennis Thomas, Sue Pellant, Ginger Head.
TEACH AND EQUIP OPPORTUNITIES: (Surprise Valley Campus)
Women's Bible Study - Tuesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 at the Surprise Valley Campus. This is a great oportunity to meet women of all ages and stages. Biblically-based studies that help with building friendships and Christian growth. Childcare is available. Team Leader: Lynette Claypool.
Get involved in building healthy friendships with other women, in studying God's Word, and in finding opportunities to serve others.
next:gen ministries of Eagle Christian Church (High School and College) will be heading off with adults from ECC for a week-long focused journey to serve those in need. This is a weeklong in-country mission tirp to Tacoma, WA. We will partner with Network Ministries. They assist homeless families with children by providing housing, resources, and a program to help them achieve self-sufficiency. During this trip, we help Network with whatever they need done. This usually means working on their houses in the forms of cleaning, organizing, building, and repairing. We also spend a day visiting Seattle as a group.
The Truth Project is a DVD-based small group curriculum comprised of 13 one-hour lessons taught by Dr. Rick Aman. Each lesson discusses in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life. The class starts promptly at 5:45 pm each week in W27 for 13 weeks starting February 7. We hope you'll be able to join us for this fascinating Truth tour touching on philosophy, anthropology, theology, science, history, labor, the state, and more. A brilliant look at how truth touches every realm of our lives.
The Truth Project is a DVD-based small group curriculum comprised of 13 one-hour lessons taught by Dr. Rick Aman. Each lesson discusses in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life. The class starts at noon each week for 13 weeks starting February 8. We hope you'll be able to join us for this fascinating Truth tour touching on philosophy, anthropology, theology, science, history, labor, the state, and more. A brilliant look at how truth touches every realm of our lives.
We offer a friendly Christian environment where everyone is welcome to worship and study the word of God with us.
We seek the unity of all people on the basis of confession and commitment to "Jesus Christ as Lord." Our hope is to unite all Christians under the authority of Jesus Christ and pattern our lives after the Word of God
Family Life Wednesdays Weekly
January 7 through May 20 from 7-8:30 PM at ECC. There are weekly opportunities for the entire family to grow in Christ, and to find programs designed specifically to meet your family’s age, spiritual, relational and maturity needs. Come grow in Christ with us and your family. In His Grace, Mark Post
Our 101 Ministries are dedicated to reaching people with the gospel message. This is where all newcomers to Eagle Christian Church are encouraged to begin.
Jambo! Welcome to Camp Kilimanjaro, where you'll have an epic expedition through the book of Proverbs!
First Chance Camp - Just finishing Grade 1, 2 or 3
Intermountain Christian Camp
Jr Camp - just finishing Grade 3, 4 or 5; July 12-18, 2014 Intermountain Christian Camp
A get away with purpose for women.
Christians who want to build a strong foundation for their spiritual life will find the tools they need in “201.” Mark will help you explore ways of developing your Christian life so that you may grow to maturity.
God has gifted every Christian to serve in the Kingdom of God. “301” is designed to help you discover your ministry and where you may begin serving Christ in His Church. Our 301 Ministries are designed to equip you to serve the church body and others with your God-given talents.
The most challenging task of every Christian is that of helping others come to know Christ. This class is designed to give you practical tools and methods for becoming a contagious Christian.