Women's Ministry

Williamsburg Retreat
Women’s ministry at National gathers women of all ages and life stages to help them grow more deeply in their relationship to Jesus Christ and commitment to serve one another, the church, and the larger community. 

 

Groups
Afternoon TEA Women's Group
Monthly on Wednesday, 1:30–2:45 p.m., Parlor
Women are invited to monthly gatherings for Biblical Teaching, Encouragement and Adoration of God. This year we’ll study and share the importance of God’s “Living Water” in our lives by looking at inspiring stories and lessons both in the Old and New Testaments. 
Contact: Alison Dickey
 
MOMS
Every other Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m., Church Room 107
Moms of young children gather to be encouraged through friendship, prayer, and scripture. Free childcare is provided. Join us when you can, for as long as you can, or keep up with moms at NPC via our Facebook group.
Contact: Amy Thompson
 
Wednesday Women's Bible Study and Prayer 
Third Wednesday of the month, 10 a.m.1 p.m., Church Room 110/111 & Church Room 105 
Monthly gathering beginning with prayer in room 110/11, followed by a study of "Prayers and Pray-ers" of the Bible. Stay after to write cards to those in need of care and prayer.
Contact: Mildred Wheat
 
Women's Bible Study
Saturdays, 9:30–11 a.m., Church Room 105
A warm and welcoming multi-generational group of women meet weekly for fellowship and prayer, but most of all to study and apply God's Word to their daily lives. We’ll look at the character and calling of the Apostle Peter, seeing how Jesus uses the everyday occurrences of life to build a sure and transforming relationship with Peter – and with us! In discerning these truths, emphasis will be given to the aspects of Peter’s life and teachings that have practical application for us today. 
Contact: Barbara Mitchell
 
WomenConnect 
Twice monthly on Tuesday evenings, 7:30–9 p.m., Church Building Room 107
Women of all ages and stages are invited to join this small group study. Participants will read, discuss, and apply the book True You by Adele Calhoun.
Contact: Ellen Lawler