Mission Statement: To provide opportunities for women to grow closer relationships with God and each other.
Save the dates! Mark your calenders! Plan to attend!
BRING A FRIEND!
Saturday, June 11, 9am to 10:30am
-Meet, Greet and Welcome for Blair Fraley. Joyce Klopp from Hope at the Brick House will be speaking.
-Please bring donations of paper products for their use.
Saturday, September 10, 9am to 11am (Special Speaker planned)
Saturday, December 3, 9am to 10:30am
Come and fellowship to build new and stronger relationships with the women of CFC.
Women’s Prayer Group
Meeting over Zoom.
Contact the office if you would like to join.
- September through May:
- 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month
- 9-10 am
GAP is a women’s prayer group committed to pray God’s purposes for this church.
If you love to pray, come! If you find prayer difficult, come! If you have never been part of a group that prays together, come! No experience required! We would love to have you!
7:14 GAP Key Verses:
E.M. Bounds (1835-1913) was a lawyer, army, chaplain, and pastor. He spent the last seventeen years of his life reading, writing, and rising before dawn every morning to pray.
From E.M. Bounds on Prayer, he writes.
“The life, power, and glory of the church is prayer. The life of its members is dependent on prayer and the presence of God is secured and retained by prayer. The very place is made sacred by its ministry. Without it, the church is lifeless and powerless. Without it, even the building itself is nothing, more or other, than any other structure. Prayer converts even the bricks, and mortar, and lumber, into a sanctuary. Prayer gives a peculiar sacredness to the building, sanctifies it, sets it apart for God, and conserves it from all common and mundane affairs…. A church with prayer in it, has God in it”
The goal of the Prayer Shawl Ministry Team is to share our gifts of handiwork made with love and prayers to bring comfort, hope, joy, and peace to those in need or celebration on behalf of Christ’s Family Church.
Handmade items that have been placed include: prayer shawls, baby blankets, chemo caps, graduating senior scarves, caps and socks to homeless shelters.
Anyone who enjoys knitting or crocheting, or would like to learn, is invited to join this ministry team. Yarn and needles are available – just come as you are!
- Mavis Wahlert
- Shirley DeWys