Women’s Ministry – C.A.R.E.

C.A.R.E. (Christ’s arms reaching everyone) is the Women’s Ministry of First Baptist Church. C. A.R.E. is designed by women for and to women. The purpose of C.A.R.E. is to transform women through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through discipleship, Godly friendship, and opportunities  to serve. We recognize that women have a deep desire to belong and a need for meaningful relationships with other women. Women also have a desire to become all God has created and called them to be. We do this through a variety of ministries.

Women’s Ministry C.A.R.E. Connection Winter/Spring Session Begins January 17, 2017.

AM meets Tuesdays at 9:30am, PM Meets Tuesdays at 6:30pm

Cost is $20 per participant per class

C.A.R.E. Connection is our Tuesday Women’s Program to women of all ages. C.A.R.E. Connection AM begins with coffee and snacks in our Ministry Center at 9:30am. At 10:00 am all ladies will be dismissed  to attend one of the several classes available. Free child care is provided.

1 Peter – Mom2Mom led by Heather Bess

Mom2Mom is a gathering of women in all stages of motherhood to connect and partner together as they seek Christ and His Word.  For the Winter/Spring  Session, Mom2Mom class will be studying 1 Peter through a video series by Jen Wilkins. Peter, the apostle who once denied his Savior, wrote a remarkable letter that celebrated the hope and grace found in Christ.  In 1 Peter, Peter challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance and ultimately helps readers discover what it means to experience the Living Hope they have in Christ.

Psalms, Songs Along the Way led by Sandy Garman 

Praying and Praising through the Psalms. We will be studying selected Psalms, discovering and experiencing the psalmists’ beautiful, heartfelt expressions—in prayer, in confession, in grief, and in praise―of their love for and devotion to God.

Hebrews – Led by Gwen MacLane

Hebrews Bible Study book by John MacArthur. In the midst of persecution and rejection, the Hebrew believers, who had come from a background of legalism and works, were tempted to hold onto symbols, rituals, and traditions that were grounded in the requirements of the old covenant.  Then God came to earth in human flesh as the new covenant, and these believers discovered the freedom they could have with their Savior.The book of Hebrews contrasts the old and new covenant and brilliantly reveals that Christ is higher than any Old Testament character, priest, ritual, or sacrifice-our own High Priest-giving all believers unfettered access to God.

C.A.R.E. Connection PM meets on Tuesdays at 6:30 PM – FREE Child Care

A Woman’s Heart-God’s Dwelling Place-A Beth Moore Study  Led by Janine Kramer (begins Jan. 10)

A Woman’s Heart: God’s Dwelling Place – Explore the fascinating account of the building of the Old Testament tabernacle, the significance of its intricate design, its pivotal role in God’s eternal plan, the grand fulfillment of its purpose by Jesus Christ, and its variety of meanings for your walk with God today.  In this in-depth Bible study, you will be challenged to prepare your heart, like the holy of holies, to become a home for His love and glory — a dwelling place for the Most High God.

Psalms, Songs Along the Way led by Sandy Garman (Begins Jan. 17)

Praying and Praising through the Psalms. We will be studying selected Psalms, discovering and experiencing the psalmists’ beautiful, heartfelt expressions—in prayer, in confession, in grief, and in praise―of their love for and devotion to God.

Contact Sandy Garman at sjgarman@pacbell.net  for more details or to volunteer. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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