A good deal of our church life sees men and women learning and serving together. We are a family that needs each other and enjoys the complementarity of God’s design.
There are times however when the men and the women benefit from doing things separately.
In Titus 2:3-5, Paul encourages Titus to teach the “older women” so that they can teach the “younger women”. By having some separate ministries this gives opportunity for teaching and discipleship that can apply the gospel more effectively to the lives of women.
The main ways we do this is through our weekly Women’s Morning Group Bible studies, women’s brunches, evangelistic events and through reading the Bible one to one with each other.
We also have a termly Women’s Occasional Speakers group for those who have opportunity to give Bible talks in various different contexts and are looking for some help and encouragement.
Every 3 years we have the opportunity to go away for a Women’s Weekend away. This year is our year! See details below.
Women's Morning Groups
Morning groups provide a great opportunity for women to meet together for fellowship and Bible study whilst those who have children are cared for in a crèche. There are currently 5 groups meeting on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10am till noon. The morning groups follow the same Bible study series as the Home Groups.
Contact Rachel Browning for more information:
Our next Women’s brunch is on Saturday 27th May when we will be looking at how God guides us; how, as Christians, we make decisions in life, both big and small. Publicity will be out very soon!
Women's Weekend Away
Friday 7 to 9 July
You can already book ahead for our women's weekend away this coming summer HERE.
Guest speaker: Carrie Sandom