NCC Women's Ministries welcomes women of our church and community to join us as we impact lives together for the Kingdom of God.
Saturday, November 7, at 12:30 p.m. - Virtual
Sunday, November 8, at ~12:30 p.m. – NCC Commons
Ladies, if you enjoy the countdown to Christmas, arts and crafts, or if you would just enjoy some fellowship, then please join us. For $40 you will be able to make and take home a handcrafted advent calendar to countdown the 25 days of Christmas! There are two ways to meet and make your craft: virtually from your home (Zoom link will be provided) or in-person at the church (physically distanced). Space is limited for the in-person session. If you are interested, email Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 19. She will provide the link for you to pay for the class.
Tuesdays, September 29-November 17, at 9 a.m. – NCC 1st-Floor Commons
We are excited to announce NCC's Fall series, “Rediscovering Discipleship,” that will kick off on Sunday, September 27. We will be integrating the Sunday messages with both Small Group curriculum and NCC's morning devotionals. In the past, these integrated series have proved to be unifying, popular, and optimal growth opportunities. Plan to be "all in," and register here to part of this group.
Tuesdays, September 29-November 10, 6 p.m. – NCC 1st-Floor Commons
In this 7-session study of Jennifer Rothschild’s Take Courage: A Study of Haggai, we will learn to walk confidently in our calling, stay motivated when opposition and obstacles arise, defeat discouragement, and invest in God’s purposes by trusting Him for results. We all feel discouraged at times. However, God promises to give us courage to press on and trust Him. Childcare will not be available. Register now!
Tuesdays, September 29-November 10, at 6 p.m. – Virtual Group
In this 7-session video-based Bible study of Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today’s Culture by Jackie Hill Perry, we will dive into themes of being called, loved, and kept, and learn how to point others to Jesus in grace and truth. We will recognize God’s Word as an anchor in the ever-shifting cultural climate, discover our God-given identity in a world of deception, and see how Scripture still speaks to the church today. Register online.
Tuesday, September 15-November 17, from 7-8:30 p.m. – House in Gibsonia
In this study, we will grow in Bible literacy and learn tools for studying Hebrew poetry which provides a greater depth to the Psalms. We often turn to the Psalms in personal devotion but gathering in community helps us grow together as we learn to bring our anger, sorrow, joy, and celebration to God while using the Bible to guide our prayers. A $15 fee for access to the workbook and videos will be needed through a separate link that will be provided after registering online at NCC.
Sundays, September 27-November 1, from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Ladies join us in-person or online for time together to share how God is revealing Himself to us. During our discussions, we will be reflecting on a verse or verses that we want to dig into and meditate on through the craft of Bible journaling, coloring, painting, or creating. You don't have to be creative to attend, just come with an open heart and a desire to dig deeper into His Word. No materials required. Sara Stewart, facilitator of the group, will provide free printables each week. Register online here, then the Zoom link will be emailed to you.
We are "Women at the Well" coming back to the well to be spiritually nurtured through:
Mary Hoffmann - Director of Women's Ministry
Joy Johnson - Brunch Coordinator
Sara Stewart - Creative Coordinator
Jocelyn Thompson - Connection Coordinator
Nancy Wilde - Retreat Coordinator
The MISSION of the Women's Ministry is to foster opportunities for the Holy Spirit to transform our lives through: Christ-centered community, using Scripture to become more Christlike, and serving one another in love.
The VISION for Women's Ministry is to be Spirit-led to: live the Word of God more fully, love others selflessly, and share the Gospel boldly.
The VALUES of Women's Ministry are: making disciples, living the Gospel (Matthew 28:18-20), providing spiritual community, and caring connection.
"When Kingdom women become passionate about what God is passionate about, a positive change can occur in our lives, families, our homes, and our nation!"
Pastor Tony Evans