Women's Bible Studies & Events

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  • Paul's Letters to the Churches

    As a follow-up to the Book of Acts, we will read the 9 letters that Paul wrote to the first Christian churches. Short videos will show us what it was like to live during Biblical times & how we can live out these fundamental truths today. 

    Tuesdays 6:30-8 pm at the NCC office (6200 Brooktree Rd., Suite 300, Wexford)

    starting Sept. 12- Dec. 5 (3 weeks on, 1 week off)

    Fridays 9:15-11am at NCC (free childcare available)

    starting Sept. 8- Dec. 8 (3 weeks on, 1 week off)                                 REGISTER HERE.

  • Multiply 1.0

    Wednesdays 10-11:30am @ NCC                                                                                            September 6th-November 29th (3 weeks on, 1 week off)

    A Multiply group is made up of 9 ladies desiring a deeper commitment of study & accountability. From September-December, you will read Paul's letters to the Churches to learn essential Biblical truths. These truths, along with mentorship training, will prepare you to meet with a mentee from January-May to study the book Growing Together: Taking Mentoring Beyond Small Talk & Prayer Requests.                                                              REGISTER HERE.

  • Multiply 2.0

    Thursdays 12:45-2:45pm @ homes in Gibsonia & Allison Park                                                         September 14-November 30th (3 weeks on, 1 week off)

    9 ladies will spend 9 months participating in a radical experiment in authentic discipleship that will transform your life!  From September-December, we'll read the book, Radical, by David Platt.  From January-May, you'll choose from a variety of discipling experiences to make an impact for the kingdom of God!  Note:  You need to have mentoring experience to participate in this group.                                                                                   REGISTER HERE.

  • Moms Connect

    Tuesday, October 3, 9:30-11am & Wednesday, November 1, 5:30-7:30pm @ NCC

    Moms Connect is a group for moms of young kids (birth through elementary) to walk through motherhood together. Our meetings will be a mix of playdates, moms night out, discussion, prayer gatherings, and more! We will meet at various times throughout the year to include both working and stay at home moms. If you are looking for community in what can be an isolated season of life, join us for Moms Connect starting this October! Free childcare is provided. REGISTER HERE.

NCC Women's Ministry welcomes women of our church and community to join us as we impact lives together for the Kingdom of God.

Women's Ministry Events

We are "Women at the Well" coming back to the well to be spiritually nurtured through: 

Bible Studies

Women's Retreats

One-Night Studies

Small Groups

Fellowship Gatherings

Leadership Team

(Pictured from left to right)

Melanie Holcombe, Sara Stewart, Michelle Rice, Joy Johnson, Jenn Leapline, Judy Stewart (not pictured)

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.

NCC Women's Facebook Page

"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