Welcome to the Women’s Ministry of Resurrection Presbyterian Church! RPC has various ministries to encourage the women of our congregation in their journey with Christ. First we seek to equip the women in the knowledge of the Lord and his Word; next to connect women in the body; and finally, to encourage each woman to serve others using her God-given gifts.
If you have any questions, concerns or ideas about any of the following ministries, you can reach out to Joan Feriante, Linda Galle, Greta Hayter, Sherri Richardson, Sara Scott or Tracy Teixeira; or you can contact us at email@example.com.
Women’s Bible Study
Please join us Wednesday evenings or Thursday mornings as we study God’s Word, including discussion and real-life application, fellowship, and prayer. Gathering together as a multi-generational group of women provides and depth and breadth of discussion and learning, and creates an environment that fosters the growth of rich relationships. For more information on the daytime study, contact Beth Jensen at Bethisonthenet@gmail.com. For information on the evening study, contact Joan Feriante or Tracy Teixeira firstname.lastname@example.org.
The model in Titus 2:3-5 is that older women should teach younger women how to live and love. This ministry provides opportunities for women to mentor and be mentored. This partnering of women in different seasons of life lets us walk the journey of faith and life together. If you are interested in being a mentor or in being mentored, or both, please contact email@example.com.
Women of all ages come together during the year for fellowship and faith-building. Events may include an RPC sister sharing a devotional or perhaps sharing how God is working in her life. Look in the RPC email announcements for upcoming events.
See the church calendar for more information of upcoming events.
The church will arrange a baby shower for the first child born to a family since they have been attending RPC.
Contact: Emily Moore Emily.firstname.lastname@example.org
Our meal coordinator, Cari Schindler, serves as a liaison between families with needs and the church body. The need for meals varies, but may include: new baby, move, illness, or injury.