The Women’s Ministry is a grace-filled community of women from all seasons and walks of life sharing life’s joys and struggles in the context of how God is using every circumstance to mold us into Christ’s image. These women study God’s Word, pray, and serve the community together. By faith and God’s grace, in large and small ways, they are women of The Word reaching out to women in the world.
Childcare is available on Tuesdays from 9am–12:30pm at a cost of $5 per mom/week by reservation.
For information on any of our groups and events you may contact Valerie Arredondo at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-620-6507.
Opportunities for Women
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Women's Intergenerational Event: "Waiting on the Lord"
Wednesday / October 18 / 6-8pm / LC181
Register Here. Registration deadline October 13th. Cost $5 at the door
In a world that is constantly changing, we are always waiting for something. We look into the mirror and wait for beauty that does not fade. We look into our souls and wait for an identity and a place that is secure. We look into our families and wait for healing from the hurts of the past. And we look into our present and wait for spouses to change, children to come, and longings to be satisfied. Join us as Susannah Baker, writer, Bible study teacher, wife, and mother of four, teaches us how to live hopeful and fruitful lives in the midst of waiting and disappointment.
Entrusted: A Women's Mentoring Ministry
Save the date! Informational Meeting for Prospective Mentorees: Sunday January 21.
Spiritual mentoring relationships are vital to the health of the body of Christ. Explore this opportunity for one on one mentoring with the goal of encouragement and nurture in life's challenges and in your relationship with Jesus Christ.
Contact email@example.com or call 713-620-6507 for more information.
Tuesdays | 10am–11:45am | LC 080 | Fellowship at 9:30am
Fall Session begins Sept 12
Women of The Word (WoW) invites women of all ages who seek God’s Word for their lives and deep spirited fellowship with other women. The format consists of individual study, worship, small group time and lecture, with regular opportunities for service and outreach. Childcare is available for infant through elementary school age. This Fall we will be studying Reading Ephesians with John Stott. Paul's letter to the Ephesians is a "magnificent combination of doctrine and duty, faith and life, written that we might recognize the hope to which we are called." For more information or to register contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-620-6507.
Tuesdays | 10–11:45am | LC080 for the summer | Fellowship at 9:30am
Fall Kick Off August 29
First Moms invites women in the throes of motherhood to come… just as you are! Gather with other mothers in an informal and casual setting to study and encourage each other in God’s grace. Share joys and concerns with mentor moms who have been there. First Moms is a peer-taught class with a weekly lesson, small group discussion, and a time for group prayers and praises. We also regularly take part in mission projects together. This Fall we will be discussing Shepherding a Child's Heart by Ted Tripp. Childcare is available for infants up to elementary age for $5 per mom per week. Newborns are welcome in the classroom, if desired. For more information or to register contact email@example.com.
Fourth Tues of the Month | 7–8:30pm | Library (Fellowship begins at 6:30pm)
Join this amazing, diverse group of women with different perspectives as we encounter spirituality in everyday books. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
August 22: Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larsen
September 26: For the Glory: Eric Liddell's Journey from Olympic Champion to Modern Martyr by Duncan Hamilton
October 24: A Man Called Ove: A Novel by Fredrik Backman
November 28: Me, Myself and Bob: A Story About Dreams, God and Talking Vegetables by Phil Vischer
Thursdays | 7-8:30pm, Fellowship begins at 6:30pm | FH 253
Fall Session start has changed~ New start date is Sept 14
Join us as we study God's Word through teaching time, individual study and small group discussion time, as well as support each other through prayer and fellowship. Women of all ages are invited. Our Fall study will be Beth Moore's A Woman's Heart: God's Dwelling Place. Explore the fascinating account of the building of the Old Testament tabernacle, its pivotal role in God's eternal plan, the grand fulfillment of its purpose by Jesus Christ, and its meaning for your walk with God today. Our time will consist of home study, Beth's DVD lessons and small group discussion.
For more information or to register contact email@example.com or call 713-620-6507.
Mondays | 6:30–8:15pm | FH 253
Fall Session will begin Sept 11, 2017, enrollment closes on 9/18.
An intergenerational community who commits to supporting each other in our health and spiritual goals. We combine scripture study and current medical research on weight management to lead people in making successful choices. Our fall study will be Healthy Boundaries and focus on the book of Nehemiah. The cost for first time participants is $125, which covers books, DVDs, and other required materials. Each subsequent session is $25. Contact Teresa Koops at firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Townsend at email@example.com for more information or to register.
Tuesdays | 8:30–9:30am | LC080 / On hiatus till October
Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer and a time of communion with God, incorporating Lectio Divina. It is a time when we give ourselves to God to awaken ourselves to His presence and work in our lives. Lectio Divina literally means “divine reading” and is an ancient practice of praying the scriptures, the practitioner listens to the text of the Bible with the “ear of the heart.” Men and women are welcome. For more information or to register contact Lesley Lilly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursdays | 9:30–11:30am | 5401 Fannin St (2 blocks east of FPC, across the street from St Paul's)
Join other FPC women EVERY Thursday (except Thanksgiving) as we make and distribute sandwiches together for the EAC, an interfaith association of congregations committed to promoting self-sufficiency to low income families in Harris County by assisting them with basic needs such as food and clothing. It’s a great time for fellowship among friends while giving back to the community. To signup, please contact Laura Smith at email@example.com.
Women's Fellowship Circles welcome all women who want to visit. Our nine circles meet at FPC or in homes once a month. We share in mission, Bible study and friendship. The Bible studies are led by circle members who are taught by church pastors and staff on a monthly basis. We also have a mission focus each month that helps local ministries such as Main Street Ministries, The Nehemiah Center, the Seafarers' Center at the Port of Houston and the Harris Health Services supporting Ben Taub.