women's ministry

Our desire is to provide opportunities for women of all ages and walks of life to become followers of Christ by encouraging growth, authentic love for each other and a heart for service!

A life where . . .

The Bible becomes our favorite book, and studying it becomes our greatest desire.

Praying to our Father is more natural than a conversation with a friend.

Authentic friendships with each other are motivated by God's love for us.

Serving with a heart of compassion and sharing our faith is a joyful act of obedience.


Grow in the Word with other women! Meets Mondays (6:45 - 8:15 pm) and Tuesdays (9:30 - 11 am) -- three studies yearly. 

  • finding god faithful: a study on the life of joseph

    8-week session begins jan 20 (mon) & Jan 21 (tues)

    During this study you will encounter the trustworthy sovereignty of God, learn to trust God’s purposes when life doesn’t make sense, recognize how God is working in your waiting and rest in the sufficiency of God’s presence in every circumstance.


Coming together to praise God and lift up the burdens of our hearts. Meets 10 - 11 am on the 4th Thursday of each month in the Prayer Room.

preschool playgroup

A casual Friday morning out for moms with enriched activities for kids. During the school year (9:30 am) we meet at Cross of Glory in the early childhood rooms and gym and participate in occasional field trips. In the summer (10 am) we meet at an area park for playtime and a picnic lunch.


Casual Tuesday lunches at Wendy's in Hopkins. Meets 11:15 am weekly.


Do you like to knit or crochet? This group crafts comfort shawls for those who need comfort. You can work on your own or with the group, and attend as your schedule allows. We also enjoy receiving donations of extra yarn you may have. Meets the 1st & 3rd Thursdays each month at 7 pm. 


A very special group of widows get together bi-monthly for fun and fellowship. Contact the church office to learn how to get involved.

sister to sister mentoring

A faith-based support ministry designed for one woman to draw upon the experiences of another woman.  Learn more . . .