Welcome to Eagle Christian Church Women's Ministries. Women need encouragement and opportunities to develop healthy intergenerational friendships, go deeper into God's word and grow spiritually, and find places and ways to serve in the church and the wider community.
Eagle Christian Church Women's Ministries is purposefully designed to provide this encouragement and these opportunities. We REACH out through events. We TEACH and EQUIP through studies, retreats, mentoring, and encouraging each other in our walk with Christ. We send women out to SERVE in a variety of ways in the church and the world. Following the admonitions of Titus 2 for women, we focus on the things God desires for His daughters to exemplify in our lives.
We invite you to join us as our lives are enriched and we are drawn closer to Christ and to each other. If you have questions, needs, or want more information about our purpose and offerings, contact me at 286-0879 or 514-9296 or email email@example.com.
Serving Him, Glennis Thomas, Director of Women's Ministries
Events provide opportunities for women to enjoy being with women of multiple generations. It is a great time to invite friends and neighbors and help them get acquainted with ECC. There will be laughter, fun, and Biblical encouragement.
SPRING BRUNCH - April 16, 2016 - Bring your friends and neighbors as we welcome spring with a time of fun, food, fellowship. Meet some new friends, enjoy a delicious brunch, and be inspired as multiple generations of women spend time together, connecting and enjoying each other's company. The cost is low, the rewards are high. What better way to introduce your friends to ECC. As one guest in 2015 said, "It was so great to see all generations having fun together."
An Evening of Christmas for the Ladies - December 4, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. Before the rush of the season becomes overwhelming, spend a special evening of music, the spoken word, fellowship, and preparing our hearts for Christmas. Some wonderful desserts will be part of the evening. A great oppoertunity to just enjoy and be encouraged . Bring your friends and daughters and introduce them to ECC. (More details to come.)
TEACH AND EQUIP OPPORTUNITIES: (Eagle Campus)
As women we need to know God's unchanging Word and how to apply it in our lives. Small group time is part of teaching and equipping activities and provides women time to build relationships with eah other and to encourage each other to put into practice the life lessons learned from scripture.
Our teaching and equipping programs are designed around the basic areas of women's lives taken from Titus 2:3-5. Relationship to God and Christ. (This is our personal relationship with a personal Savior. Our spiritual growth and the things that encourage that growth form the core of what is presented.) Relationship to spouse. (Every women, regardless of marital status needs to be supportive of and understand God's purpose for marriage. This includes how single women can be used by God to support not only the ideals of marriage, but celebrate their relationsip to the Savior as the one who will always be with us.) Relationship to children. (Not only do we parent our own children, but we can be nurturers of children in general. How that looks, why God places us in families, the role of grandparents - all are important as we guide future generations to the Lord of Lords.) Relationship to others. (The importance of healthy female friendships, mentoring others, workplace relationships, relationship swith extended family, etc. all are important areas of women's lives.)
Refresh - March 12, 2016. If you need a day of renewal and fellowship after the winter, Refresh is designed to do that. Sometimes we just need to take a day and be refreshed in our relationship to God. Laughter, learning, and small group time help us as we think about Living Life on Purpose. Lunch will be served and the speakers and small group time will be encouraging and helpful. $15 cost includes lunch. Sue Pellant and Donna Silver lead. Signups begin February 20-21 in the Women's corner of the main lobby.
Fall Retreat - September 24-26, 2016 (More information later.)
CrossTrainers - Meets Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 in the Chapel. (January 6 - March 16, 2016 meeting time is from 10:00 - 11:30 am. March 30 will resume the 9:30 - 11:30 schedule.) A Bible study for women of all ages who want to know God more fully and follow God's design for our lives. Includes both large group study and small group (Huddle) time for discussion and relationship building. 2016 studies begin with Life Principles from Women of the Bible and finish with Priscilla Shirer's The Armor of God. Both books $27. Childcare is available. Led by Vicki Danielson and Vicki Worley.
Tuesday Evening Bible study. Meets Tuesday at 7 pm in the Fireside Room. Combining large group study with small group opportunities, this group is a great time to learn and grow together in God's Word. Spring 2016 study will begin with Beth Moore's When Godly People Do Ungodly Things. Book $15.50. Led by Sue Pellant.
Time 4 Moms - Meets Wednesday at 7 pm in room W5 (in the office area). Fellowship, inspiration, teaching, and equipping moms of all ages. Be encouraged and uplifted for the important task of motherhood. February focus: Real Moms,Real Jesus. March Focus: Finding Mommy Bliss.. Childcare provided. Led by Suzi Butzier, Annie Eastman, and Genny Heikka.
WOW (Women of Worth) - Meets the second Sunday of the month at 12:30 for lunch together. Location is announced in the church bulletin. A group uniquely designed to support widows through fellowship, encouragement, and devotional thought. Ultimately helping women heal and find new joy and meaning in life and serving others. Only those who have walked this path really understand and can encourage one another through the beginning of a new life stage. Led by Pat Amyx
Apples of Gold -Next sesssion begins March 1. Apples of Gold is a great opportunity to learn from other women not only kitchen skills and tips, but also how to be more of a Titus 2 woman. A great place to be encouraged, to build friendships, and to have fun in the process. The mentors for this group are warm, open, and encouraging. Seven Tuesday evenings together followed by a celebration evening. The group size is limited for each session, so call now to reserve your spot. Led by Joan Oster 375-7907.
Apple Core -Women need each other from the cradle to the grave. 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, starting September 21 at 1214 W. Oakhampton, Eagle. The goal of this group is to build lasting friendships, and grow closer to Christ, and learn how to impact our world for Him. It is a great time to meet with others who share a common season of life. Spring study: "The Sermon on the Mount". Led by Christina Ahearn (775-388-1322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org), Stacey King, and Nikki Francis. 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 encompasses 4 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 - This service ministry exists to help families or individuals with meals when there is an illness or other special need. These servants also help provide meals when needed for funeral dinners or other needs where meals are a real blessing.To be a meal provider or to request meals contact Danielle Bowman at 401-5421 or Marcille Vaclavic 939-4086.
2. Quilting Ministry - This service ministry makes comfort quilts for those in life altering circumstances in need of comfort, hope, faith, and/or blessings. This group also includes those who enjoy knitting or crocheting baby afghans and hats. One group meets Monday morning at 9:30 and one meets Monday evening at 6:00. Contac tJerri Greenman at 412-4667 with requests or to get involved.
3. Card Ministry - This service ministry sends cards as needed to encourage others dealing with life altering events\blessings. Contact Glennis at 286-0879.
4. Visitation Ministry - This service ministry reaches out to those who need a home visit and often just need someone to check in on them. This is another way to reach out with a loving touch to meet others at their point of need. Contact Lorraine Howe 206-310-6011 or email@example.com.
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. Meets the first Sunday of each month at 11:30 a.m. in Room W30. Team Leader: Joyce Letcher.
New service opportunities are being developed and many other opportunities already exist to serve in the church. Call Glennis @ 286-0879 for more information about any of these service opportunities or if you have need of a loving touch ministry.
January 6 through May 18, 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
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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
Join us for Worship and Bible Study every weekend! 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.
The Father Daughter Ball is a special evening for fathers and daughters to have fun, be encouraged and enjoy their unique relationship as a gift of God.
Join us for Living Life on Purpose, a women’s program exploring what it means and looks like to live a purposeful life for God. Includes speakers, activities, a service project for City Light Women’s Shelter, and food.
Saturday, March 12, 9:30 am-1:30 pm in the chapel at ECC.
Register February 20–March 6 at the Women’s Ministry area in the lobby at ECC.
Tickets are $15. For information, call Sue Pellant, 208-861-2201.
You are welcome to join us this year for the Good Friday Service at Eagle Christian Church, Eagle Campus.
Friday, March 25, 7 pm.
You are welcome to join us this year for our Good Friday Service at Eagle Christian Church, Eagle Campus. Come and worship together with us as we remember the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Friday, March 25, 2016, at 7 pm at our Surprise Valley Campus, 4601 S Surprise Way, Boise.
Join us Easter weekend for these events!
Friday, March 25
Saturday, March 26
Sunday, March 27
11:30 am -- Worship Service
30,000+ Easter Eggs and one mad dash for your children to gather as many as possible!
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.
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.