We believe in community that serves one another according to the various gifts present within the body. We endeavor to find specific avenues to support, encourage, and strengthen our brothers and sisters according to the grace given to us in Christ.
Men are encouraged to participate in bible studies and occasional activities in hopes of connecting with other men and progressing in faith and practice of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Check back here for updates! In the meantime, connect with Andy Cudney if you have questions.
“And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God.” Philippians 1:9-11
Equipping and encouraging women to live purposefully for the glory of God by ever-growing in their knowledge of His Word, ever-deepening in their love for Christ, and ever-displaying His grace through their service in their communities, workplaces, homes, and within the body of Christ.
Please visit our Events page for information about our women's retreat in September!
Everyday Theology by Mary Wiley beginning September 15. Studies will take place Friday mornings from 9:30 -11:00 a.m. in the fellowship hall. And the following Fridays for the Fall: September 29, October 13 and 27, and November 10. Childcare is available. If you have questions, reach out to Julie Cudney or Caressa Crandall.
Here is the link to purchase the book!
The first Moms' Group of the new year will be January 13, with meetings continuing every other Friday. Please reach out to Samantha if you would like more information: 502-552-2601.
All ladies are invited to join us for a fellowship lunch the 3rd Sunday of every month. Pack a lunch or grab take out after the service and gather in the fellowship hall for a time of building Titus 2 relationships and growing in our Gospel Community value. See Malorie Coffman with questions.
We will be reading You Are A Theologian by Jen Wilkin - details TBD, but feel free to connect with Julie Cudney if you have any questions.