We offer a variety of ways to encourage women and strengthen their faith, as well as provide opportunities to use their talents and gifts to serve God and his people.
Our three Women’s Ministry branches are:
Women to Women, Bible Studies, and Specialty Groups
Women to Women
Women to Women
This group holds several events throughout the year to provide opportunities for fellowship. They organize events and activities for building relationships, mutual encouragement, and providing spiritual and social support to the women of FPC and the North Shore.
Last Summer Meet Up!
- Mid August, “Game Night at the Castle” Back by popular demand, a game night at Beverly’s ‘The Castle‘! Come play every single game ever created and grab yourself a bite to eat or a drink! Wednesday, August 21st, 6:30 – 8:30. Your game entrance fee will be covered by FPC, you only need to pay for any food or drink you get!!
Thanks for the great turnout at our previous summer meet ups, we loved getting to meet new women and reconnect with old friends. Please see our Bible Studies page to see what’s coming this Fall!!
Contacts: Esther Baird or Jenna Higgins with questions: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our women’s ministry also offers a weekly Bible study for more intentional fellowship and spiritual growth as women gather to discuss how God’s word and their lives intersect.
For more information about our Bible Studies, click here.
We currently offer two ongoing Specialty Groups with a current summer special!
Spiritual Growth Book Clubs
These clubs provide an opportunity for spiritual growth and development through short but intentional book studies. They are facilitated by women skilled in helping other women asses their strengths, learning needs, and ministry applications. A secondary objective is to create an environment where women can build new relationships and connect across age/career/marital/parenting lines.
Moving On After Moving In.
This is a Christ-centered, 8-session, small group study aimed at helping women cope with the challenges, emotions, and losses of a move and equipping them to put down roots in a new place. It is based on the book, “After the Boxes are Unpacked: Moving On After Moving In”, by Susan Miller, president of the “Just Moved Ministry” (www.just-moved.org). The study addresses emotional struggles and opportunities for spiritual growth as women start afresh in new communities.
When: session date tbd.
Contact: Please register with Debbie Sweeney or Kendra Burke.
For general questions about Women’s ministry in Danvers, please contact Brooke Baker