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Women's ministry

Explore the opportunities for women at CHBC

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Women's ministry at CHBC

Our mission statement

We exist to:

  • Reach out to those who need to discover a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Teach those who have trusted Christ, so that their foundation of faith would be strong
  • Prepare them to serve as committed followers of Jesus

Our regular events:

  1. Ladies Morning Out: Thursday mornings from September through May. We gather together at 9 am for coffee and visiting and then go to various groups from 9:30 to 11 am to study God's Word, either by topic or a book of the Bible. Quality child care is provided.
  2. Prayer time: right after LMO from 11 am to noon
  3. Evening Bible study: Another option to study God’s Word during this evening session. Monday Evenings 7-8:30 pm for September through May.
  4. Tuesday Tots: Join us for coffee and a time of fellowship from 9:00 am to 10:30 am every Tuesday (Sept. to May)

Winter 2024 (January - April)

LADIES MORNING OUT - STUDY OPTIONS - Jan 18, 2024 - April 25, 2024

  • Gospel of Mark (Kathy Harris/Lisa Meyer)

Generally agreed to be the first Gospel account written, Mark’s Gospel is a short, action-packed account focusing on Christ’s purpose. Written to Roman Christians (Gentiles), it is easily applicable to our lives today as the culture we live in resembles Roman culture in many ways. While usually not as violent as Roman persecution, believers today still are pressured to forget Christ and are ridiculed for their faith. As in Rome, it would be easy to become discouraged, dismayed, and doubtful. As with the Romans, we need a fresh look at Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah, and our Lord.

Mark calls all believers to a cross-bearing discipleship, to live faithfully in the face of suffering and even death. As we study this book, we should be open for God’s move into our lives and be challenged to move into our world to serve. We will be challenged to take up our cross and follow Him. How do we live that in our daily lives? Let’s find out!

  • 1 & 2 Peter and Jude (Janet Grant)

1 and 2 Peter and Jude features 12 studies on practical heavenly-mindedness. These three letters aim at preparing Christians for hardship. But these are not bleak letters. They are full of hope and practical counsel on how to endure. They tell us to balance holy living with correct doctrine, to nurture spiritual growth, to work within existing authority structures, and to take care of each other. They do not tell us how to escape suffering, but rather to expect it. And they show us that in the midst of suffering we can enjoy fellowship with other believers and look forward to a new heaven and a new earth.

  • Remembering the Forgotten God (Sharon Zarek)

God is Trinity. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Although the Holy Spirit is and has been very active in our lives since creation, we have a tendency to neglect Him or forget Him. The Holy Spirit was the reason for Pentecost (Ephesians 4:30) and so very much more. In this study, Francis Chan reminds us of the true source of the church’s power: the Holy Spirit. Offering a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives, Remembering the Forgotten God is designed to help us move beyond our habits of neglect and pursue a life defined by the Spirit of God.

There is a short video presentation that accompanies each lesson. We will also examine the activities of the Holy Spirit in believers’ lives by studying from a booklet published by Our Daily Bread.

LADIES’ EVENING STUDY - MONDAY NIGHT'S - Jan 22, 2024 - April 25, 2024

When You Pray (Shanthini Felba)

This is a seven-week series.

Do you have trouble thinking of words to say to God when you pray? Are you afraid some emotions are too intense to express to God? Do you reach the end of a day only to realize you haven’t prayed at all? You’re not alone. Prayer is the way we relate to God but sometimes it’s a struggle.

Throughout God’s Word, we encounter many voices who teach us how to pray. This study will help you discover prayers in the Bible that can inspire your own. You will learn that God welcomes your praise and laments, thanksgiving and intercession. You will see examples of how to pray when you’re alone and when you’re gathered with others. Above all, you will notice that there is no one right way to pray. As you draw near to God through prayer, you will find your faith strengthened and your heart united with Christ.

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