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Women's Ministry


LPC seeks to be a worshiping community captivated by the Father’s love in Christ, delightedly honoring him in all of life and advancing his kingdom by Spirit-empowered deeds and words.


We do this by daily living in the peace of Christ, taking our places in the church and world, and going in the power of the Holy Spirit.


Through Women’s Ministry at LPC, we desire to see women living in the peace of Christ, finding our place at LPC and in the community, and using our gifts in the power of the Holy Spirit.


  1. Ministry of the Word: We support teachers, group facilitators, and mentors to give attention to the Word of God.  We believe “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work”. SIGN UP FOR FALL 2018 CLASSES HERE.
  2. Ministry of Welcome (enfolding): We desire to see that all women are invited, welcomed and assimilated into relationships and groups at LPC.

  3. Ministry of Service (love):  We coordinate and provide opportunities for women to exercise their gifts of love and service within our body at LPC and the community.

  4. Ministry of Groups/Discipleship: We encourage existing groups and foster the formation of new groups.  We also provide opportunities for discipleship.

  5. MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION We encourage and assist the four areas of ministry. We act as a liaison between office and pastoral staff by helping to disseminate information.


Please register for all Women’s Bible Studies HERE. You may also register on Sunday mornings, beginning August 12, at the table outside the sanctuary. For more information contact Ruth Adam at .

MENTOR MOMS: Tuesdays, September 11-November 13; 9:30-11:15 am; in Tomlin Hall. Childcare is available upon registration. Mentor Moms is a ministry geared towards encouraging women in their roles as wives and mothers. We meet every Tuesday for breakfast, a time of teaching, and plenty of time for sharing and prayer. This fall we will be using Peacemaking For Women: Living the Gospel in Relationships by Tara Barthel. In this video series, Tara seeks to tie the power of the gospel to our relationships-“helping women to remember anew God’s grace and from that place of abundant love, learn how to give the same grace to others.” Study guide is available for $10-please indicate upon registration if you’d like one.

M&M (Meditation and Memorization): Tuesdays, September 4-November 13; Noon to 1:15 pm; in room 201. No childcare provided. M&M takes the infallible Word of God and closely examines a small segment each week. We take a Bible verse and say it, study it, ponder it, pray it, memorize it, and pound out its meaning so that it becomes real to us. This semester, we will use the Christian classic, Hinds Feet on High Places to provide a backdrop for our journey. Why not take Him at His Word and join us for M&M? Books are not required but can be ordered for $6.40 each.

TUESDAY IN THE WORD: Note the change from Wednesday to Tuesday; Tuesday, September 4-November 13; 9:30-11:15 am in Room 202. Childcare is available upon registration. Join us as we begin a two part study of Jeremiah. Did you know that more is revealed about Jeremiah than any other prophet? You may have heard Jeremiah referred to as the “weeping” prophet, but we will see that he could also be called the “persevering” prophet.

WOMAN TO WOMAN: Wednesday, September 12-November 14 (except October 31); 6:30-7:30 pm; in room 201. Nurseries, children’s classes, and youth activities are available during this time. Please join us as we study the “fast-paced” and intense Gospel of Mark. As we study, we will see that Mark wants us to see the coming King, Messiah, and the fulfillment of Old Testament hopes. We will have both large group instruction and small group discussion as we answer questions to see how we are impacted by this gospel. Notebooks that include scripture focus for the week and questions to ponder (completed ahead of time or during class) will be provided, but please bring your Bible and a pen. Leadership team: Kim Gunter, Teri Hooper, Jessica Lyle, Lisa McGown, Pat Reedy, Jenny Taylor, Janet Russ.


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