The Women’s Ministry Team at North Hills Christian Church has the desire to connect women through prayer, fellowship, the study of God's word, and discipleship. We encourage one another throughout the year with functions such as prayer meetings, bible studies, social gatherings, and ministry events.
Please reach out to is Rebecca Pilcher for any questions.
All monthly events are on the second Saturday of the month at 5:30 at the church.
We will have sign-ups the prior Sunday in the foyer. After our dinner, we will have a bible study led by Tane Martin, and Courtney Martin continuing in 1 Thessalonians.
September 10th- Charcuterie board/salads
October 8th- Your favorite Italian dish
Also in October a second event
October 22nd- A special craft night led by Amy Macachor. Bring snacks, and finger foods to share
November 12th-Soup, salad, bread
December 10th-Christmas morning breakfast
In conjunction with the monthly fellowships, there is also a new study for the Women's Ministry:
We will be starting a weekly study on Monday, September 12th at 11:00 a.m. at the church. We will be going through the book "A Place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local Church." We will meet weekly & childcare will be provided.
Please join us even if you didn't respond to our email survey. We will hand out the books at our first meeting on the 12th. Tane Martin will be leading us through this study.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out by email or at church on Sunday.
More about the book (Which will be provided by the church)
A place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local Church
By Megan Hill
“This book is positively, intelligently, and helpfully countercultural.”
—Nancy Guthrie, author, Even Better than Eden; Saints and Scoundrels in the Story of Jesus; and the Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament series
The church has more beauty—and more value—than we can see with physical eyes. Though our congregations are made up of ordinary people engaged in predictable practices, we are an outpost of heaven itself. The church is the people of God, the dwelling place of the Spirit, and the fullness of Christ. With rich theology and practical direction, A Place to Belong invites us to experience the local church in light of the Bible’s testimony. Considering nine biblical terms for the church—such as beloved, brothers and sisters, saints, and gospel partners—this book equips us to love and serve one another. Whether we are new Christians or mature believers, learning to love the local church can become one of our greatest privileges and highest joys. The church is where we belong.