Women’s Ministries bring women together in faith and fellowship, and help provide support where needed to the women of the congregation. There are various opportunities for faith formation, fellowship, and social activity through Inglewood CRC’s Women’s Ministries.
Women’s Group is an intergenerational community of women supporting each other in their mental, emotional, and spiritual health through fellowship and Bible study. They gather together in friendship every other Wednesday morning around 9:30am for coffee and then delve into a study topic.
Have a little one or two? Not a problem! Wrangle your tinies and bring them with you. Childcare is available, and is included with the cost of the study. When you arrive at the church, check them in downstairs – just pick them up by 11:15am please.
To ensure adequate childcare and resources, women are asked to register for a series at a time. You’re still free to come and go as fits your schedule, though you’re encouraged to come as often as you can.
Each series uses a different resource as voted on by the women. The current series’ resource is The Book That Understands You by Kevin Adams. It guides you through the Bible with eight different topics.
Is there something particular you’d like to study? Please let us know!
The next series starts March 6th, 2019! For suggestions, more information, to register, and to introduce yourself, please contact the Program Coordinator. We’d love to hear from you!
Save the date:
The bi-annual Women’s Retreat will be held May 10-11, 2019, in the country outside Edmonton.
The weekend boasts sole access to camp, and several highlights:
Fellowship with one another through sharing time, food, and laughter
Free time to explore the property, play cards, have a nap, etc.
Time to explore your creative side through crafts
Sharing time together in worship through devotions and singing
Exploring a meaningful and relevant topic, lead by a Christian speaker
There is a small group of women that meet regularly on Saturday mornings. If you are looking to join a small group for women, please contact the office and they will help connect you.