Women's Ministry

"A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." 

John 13:34-35

We exist to support the mission of CCC to make mature disciples.

In Discipleship by studying and applying God's word.

  • Bible Studies
  • Discipleship Groups

In Fellowship by developing biblical relationships to encourage and equip in the Gospel.

  • Fellowship Events
  • Christmas Tea
  • Women's Retreat

In Stewardship by extending the work of the church through service and outreach.

  • Communion set up
  • Hospitality
  • Meals Ministry

You bless us with your presence. Please contact someone on the team to get connected.

Women's Ministry Team

Director: Diane Borgard

Discipleship Coordinators: Julie Griffis & Kristin Livermore

Fellowship Coordinators: Jenn Jones & Ashley Bannon

Stewardship Coordinators: Nancy Jacobson & Dawn Parham

Meals Coordinator: Cassie Rensink

Shower Coordinator: Maureen Hindman

Spring/Summer 2021 Bible Studies

Ladies of Christ Community, please join us as we continue our study of God's word this summer. There are several opportunities that are either in progress, but open for anyone to join in, and others that will be starting up.

Current Studies (New Participants Welcome)

  • God of Covenant
    10 week video study by Jen Wilkin covering Gen. 12-50
    Tuesday Afternoons, 12:30-2:00pm
    Meeting in person at CCC
    Details can be found at https://www.lifeway.com/en/product-family/god-of-covenant
    Contact: Charlotte Vass Here
  • Matthew Part 1
    11 week in depth study of the first 13 chapters of Matthew by Jen Wilkin
    Friday mornings at 9:30 vis Zoom, Started 4/30
    Contact: Peggie Kirschmann Here

Upcoming Summer Studies

Beginning June 8

  • Women Helping Women
    6 week video study by Paul Tripp
    Tuesdays, 9:30-11:00am (beginning June 8)
    Childcare provided through 5th grade
    Light homework throughout the week
    As Christian women, we are called to live as an ambassador of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is a high and difficult calling in the midst of a fallen world marked by sin and suffering. Because of our sin nature, our hearts will be inclined to love ourselves, serve ourselves, and live for ourselves. But God has called us to something radically different - to love Him , serve Him, and live for Him. In His wisdom and grace, God has placed us in a community of faith so that together, as we study the Scriptures and grow in knowing Him, His character and His ways, we can encourage one another to trust Him, love Him, and obey Him. Join us as Paul Tripp unpacks passages from Mark, Psalms and Colossians, teaching us how to help one another keep our eyes and our hearts fixed on Jesus in the midst of the realities of life in a fallen world.
  • The Covenantal Life
    8 week book study by Sarah Ivill
    Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm (Beginning June 8)
    Potential for groups both via Zoom and in person
    Today many of us have lost our appreciation of the beauty of covenant theology and covenant community, and this has had dire consequences for us, resulting in misunderstandings of theology and individualism and isolationism in the church. Author Sara Ivill believes that a key solution to this problem is a robust understanding of covenant theology, which will deepen our knowledge of Scripture and enable us to truly serve our sisters by pointing them to Christ. Join us as we grow, discuss and encourage one another in who God is and who we are as His people.

Sign Up Here

Meals Ministry

The Meals Ministry is a means for us to serve one another well during times of bereavement, illness/injury or celebration of new birth.

If you are interested in serving others through food, then click on the image.