Women’s Ministry

 
Debra Clune. Women’s Ministry Leadership Team | Email: debraclune@yahoo.com.
 
The purpose of COD’s Women’s Ministries is to encourage among women the development of a vital relationship with Jesus Christ and a growing fellowship with one another in order to be equipped for ministry. We involve many women in the planning and implementation of activities and events to encourage the development of leadership skills and spiritual gifts within our community.
 
 
 
 
 WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY 
 
Register now (see the form below) for the winter session of our Women’s Bible Study starting Monday, January 15 (note this updated date!) at 6:45pm in the Hillside Room. We will be looking at selected Psalms. Join us!
 
Nearly 90 women took part in a study of I & II Peter this fall. The Lord did some great things in the hearts and lives of women on these Monday nights  – – here’s what they said:
 
     “It’s connection! It’s vital! It’s home!” said one lady. 
 
     “I love meeting weekly with ladies who are in a variety of ages and stages of life . . . it’s what God tells us to do – ‘older women admonish younger women’ (Titus 2:3,4).” said another.
 
      “I”m hearing and thinking of things I’ve never thought of before.” and “It is literally helping me put God’s Word into practice EVERY day! I love it! 
Questions? Contact codwomensministry@gmail.com.

 
 
Women’s Missionary Fellowship (WMF)
 
This group of ladies has a long history at Church of the Open Door.
They love to celebrate our missionaries in many ways.
Join them the third Tuesday of each month in a local home for a time of prayer, a special speaker and a potluck lunch together.
Contact President Cheryl Moore for more information.
omen’s
MOMS IN PRAYER 
(MIP)
 
 
Mothers — join other moms for an hour a week in praying specifically for your children in our local schools.
Come to Amy Grable’s home in Glendora from 8:30-9:30am on Fridays and see what the Lord will do as you pray!
 
 
 
Book of James Recap
The women’s winter Bible study on wisdom in James concluded recently. Here’s what one woman, Amie, had to say about it . . . 
The Lord used this study to make me slow down and take a look at His Word every day (or most days!). I was surprised at how much it affected the ladies at my table – each one had stories about how their prayers had been answered and how they could feel the Holy Spirit working in their lives. 
Women’s Bible Study is a wonderful way to meet new friends and connect with women in different walks of life and generations. If you have the night available, give it a try. You can always decide that it’s not for you, but I can promise you won’t! 🙂