A supportive and Christ caring group with a focus of fellowship, mission, PW and Circle business. We meet immediately following the Pastor's Bible Study (using the PW recommended study).
First Tuesday • 11:00 a.m.
Contact: Susan Drinan
An intergenerational mix of women who focus on mission, study and fellowship. We are mostly empty nesters who offer support and encouragement to one another as we experience life's changes and challenges.
Second Thursday • 1:00 p.m.
Contact: Dianne Lambert
An encouraging group of women, many of us are in the "sandwich years" with kids who are not totally independent and parents who are becoming more dependent. Meetings are spent discussing a book we select each fall. Mission projects and social gatherings are scheduled throughout the year.
Third Wednesday• 9:30 a.m.
Living Room (offsite in December & May)
Contact: Erin Schnack
A mix of women who desire to grow in faith through caring fellowship, Bible study and service in a joyful, Christ-centered environment. Joy Circle celebrates God’s abundant grace and love.
Second Monday • 6:30 p.m. via Zoom
Contact: Donna Boyd
A friendship building group – caring for each other’s joys and concerns. We are studying John Maxwell's "Wisdom From Women of the Bible," focusing on Biblical heroines such as Ruth, Sarah, Mary and others. We learn wisdom from these women as well as Christian leadership. We have served local ministries such as PADS, Outreach luncheons, and Christmas Sharing, and we support PCUSA through the Thank Offering and Birthday Offering.
Second Tuesday, Sept-May • 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Contact: Bev Cheairs
Contact: Sue Hervey
We are a group of young women, most with children, who focus on volunteering in the community, missions for the church, studying together, and sharing our lives with one another. Babysitting is available.
Second & Fourth Thursday • 9:30 a.m.
Contact: Kate Hinson
This is a fellowship of women who knit and crochet together.
This ministry offers the opportunity for fellowship as well as providing a physical reminder of God's love and care to those who receive the prayer shawls we knit. The shawls are made of prayer and yarn and knit with a knit 3, purl 3 pattern which represents the trinity. Teachers are available for those who want to learn to knit.
Fourth Monday • 7:00 p.m.
Contact: Dianne Lambert