The purpose of the Women’s Care Ministry is to help women find healing and freedom through deep and meaningful relationships with others and with Christ. We offer a variety of groups to provide a hopeful and healing place for all women who are hurting – for those facing trauma, betrayal, sexual sin, addiction, grief, negative body image, anxiety and depression, or the pain of unmet expectations. We also have mentors available to walk alongside hurting women to offer the encouragement and hope that can be found in Christ. Our goal is to help women grow in personal holiness through Biblical guidance and sincere, honest relationships.
Grab a Coffee
Women’s Care Ministry mentors are here for you. Start your journey with a coffee meet-up. Send an email for a no-commitment coffee to learn about care groups and ministry options. Email email@example.com for a confidential meet-up.
Why We Hide
This fall, our Men’s and Women’s Care Groups will come together for a class taught by Pat Hobin using the book Why We Hide by Ed Welch. We will start off together in a large group teaching time and then break into separate men’s and women’s small groups for discussion.
This is an opportunity for men and women to learn about and discuss their struggles with shame, disappointment, and inadequacy by pointing to Christ for acceptance, identity, and security. We will meet on Tuesday nights from September 12 to November 14 in the Oak Lawn West Meeting Room (across Oak Lawn from the main church building). Large group teaching will begin at 7:00 p.m., and small group discussion will end at 8:30 p.m. Registration is free, but participants will need to purchase their own book, which will be available in the PCPC Bookstore and other retailers.
“Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.