"Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing." 1 Thess. 5:11
Eagle Christian Church Women's Ministries has been intentionally designed to provide an atmosphere where multiple generations of women can learn and grow together. A place where we can share laugh6ter, tears, fears, struggles, joys, concerns. A place where woen are encouraged to build lasting and Godly friendships with one another. A place where we pray together and allow God to work in and through each of us.
We will REACH out to women and invite them to join us. We will TEACH and EQUIP women to know God and His Word more fully and to love and serve others well as we all grow closer to the Lord. We will SEND women out to make an impact for Christ in our families, with our friends, and with the greater community around us.
We invite you to join us as we build relationships with each other, study together, learn to be bold for Christ as we share Him with others, and go out to impact the world around us.
If you have questions, needs, or want more information, contact me at 286-0879 or 514-9296 or email email@example.com. or check the church website under Women for more information.
Excited as we boldly serve Him together, Glennis Thomas, Director of Women's Ministries
EVENTS: (Opportunities to laugh, be encouraged, and to invite friends to get acquainted with ECC.)
CHRISTMAS EVENT and Dessert FOR Women - December 4, 2016
Before the rush of the season becomes overwhelmiing, spend a special evening of preparing our hearts for Christmas. This is a great way to focus on the reason we celebrate Christmas. Special presentations and dessert round out the evening.
Lead: Sandra Aldrich
SPRING EVENT - April 22,2017 - Bring your friends as we welcome spring with a time of fun, food, fellowship. Meet some new friends, enjoy a delicious meal, and be inspired as multiple generations of women spend time together, connecting and enjoying each other's company.
Lead: Mikell Galloway
STUDY AND EQUIPPING 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 us time to build relationships with eah other and to encourage each other to put into practice the life lessons learned from scripture. Another important aspect of study and equipping is mentoring and being mentored by others.
Fall Retreat - September 23-25, 2016
Recharge your spiritual batteries, build friendships, and grow closer to the Lord. We will focus our time together around the theme of Lionhearted. We will worship, be encouraged and challenged in a setting that declares God's handiwork. Bring a friend; bring you high school age daughter; bring a sister in the Lord. We will retreat to peaceful Ida-Haven in McCall on the shores of the beautiful Payette Lake. Cost: $95 for 2 nights and 4 meals.
REFRESH - March 4, 2017
If you need a day of renewal and fellowship after the winter, REFRESH is designed to do that. Lunch will be served and the speaker(s) and group interactions will be encouraging and helpful. Cost includes lunch. (More details later.)
Women in THE WORD - (formerly CrossTrainers) Begins August 31, 2016 on Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11:30 in the Chapel. Cross Trainers includes both large group study and small group time for discussion and relationship building. Childcare is provided. Study topic: Jesus Messiah: A Glimpse of God. This is a chronological study of the life of Christ. $20 for materials.
Lead: Vicki Danielson 884-0789
Tuesday Evening Bible study. Begins September 6, 2016 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. Study topic: The Armor of God with Priscilla Shirer. $16 for books.
Lead: Sue Pellant 861-2201
Time 4 Moms - Resumes September 7, 2016 on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm. Fellowship, inspiration, teaching, and equipping moms of all ages. Be encouraged and uplifted for the important task of motherhood. Topical studies and lots of interaction time. Childcare provided.
Leads: Annie Eastman 619-838-1740, and Suzi Butzier 863-6070
Young Women's Bible Study (especially for ages 20-35). Begins September 19, 2016 and meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 7-8 pm. The goal of this group is to build lasting friendships, and grow in knowledge of Scripture, grow closer to Christ, and learn how to impact our world for Him. Study topic: Philippians. Book: $7.50
Leads: Christina Ahearn 775-388-1322, Stacey King, and Nikki Francis 938-1010
Apples of Gold -(a unique short-term, teaching, equipping, mentoring program) A great opportunity to learn from other women in the areas of kitchen skills, and spiritually 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. The group spends 8 Tuesday evenings together.
Fall Session starts September 27, 2016 A second group begins February 21, 2017. The group size is limited, so reserve your spot early.
Lead: Joan Oster 375-7107
Apple Core -(a one-on-one mentoring program) 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 from 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.
Lead: Kathy Sauer 907-590-2537
Other mentor opportunities exist to mentor high school senior girls and college age young women. These groups are in addition to their regular Youth Group meetings. They are designed to provide young women with friends a bit further aling in life to help with the transition and issues of moving to the next stage of their lives.+
Call Glennis for more details at 286-0879
WOW (Women of Worth) - meets the second Sunday of the month at 12:30 for lunch together. Location is announced in the church bulletin the week prior to the meeting. The group is 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.
Leads: Pat Amyx 890-6335 and Pat Hullar
SERVE OPPORTUNITIES: (Eagle Campus)
Just as Christ served others, He calls us to serve as well. Real joy comes as we find a place to serve and begin to engage with others to meet their needs and help them draw closer to the Lord.
Loving Touch Ministries is composed of 4 separate types of service 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. Quilting Ministry -
This service ministry makes 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. Join us for a short time or let us know you are making things to give to this ministry. Two groups meet at the church. One group meets Monday morning at 9:30 and one meets Monday evening at 6:00.
Lead: Jerri Greenman 412-4667
2. 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.
Lead: Lorraine Howe 206-310-6011 or firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Meals Ministry -
This service ministry exists to help others 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.
Leads: Danielle Bowman 401-5421 or Marcille Vaclavic 939-4086
4. Card Ministry - This service ministry sends cards as needed to encourage others that their church family and staff are aware of events or needs happening in their lives.
Leads: Kim Thomas 409-9933 or Darlene Sprague 888-1484
5. Welcome Calls - This ministry makes short calls of welcome to wowmen who have visited ECC for the first time. They are there to say welcome and answer any questions a newcomer may have about ECC.
Lead: Vicki Worley
For other SERVING opportunities contact Glennis at 286-0879
September 7 through December 14, 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.
Women in THE WORD (formerly CrossTrainers) meets Wednesday mornings beginning August 31, from 9:30–11:30 am in the Chapel for both large group study and small group time for discussion and relationship building.
Our fall study is JESUS MESSIAH: A Glimpse of God—A Chronological Harmony of the Life and Teachings of Jesus.
Childcare is provided with age appropriate short lessons. Sign up at the Women’s Corner in the lobby or call Glennis Thomas at 286-0879 or Vicki Danielson at 884-0789.
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.
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.