The median women’s department is centered on the Sunday School. Each class is designed so there is plenty of room for relationships to flourish. This department is designed for women between 30 and 60 years old. On Sunday mornings the focus is primarily on the teaching and application of the Bible. Plenty of time is given to not just learning what the Bible says, but learning how today’s woman can begin applying it in her life.

Throughout the year there are numerous opportunities for fellowship with other ladies. Events like the Taste of the World Women's Event provide the chance to have a great time and to develop meaningful relationships with other women. Consider this your invitation to join us this Sunday at 9:00 AM. Stop by any of our Welcome Centers and they will be happy to bring you right to us.

Women's Ministries

  • Dealing with anger, fear, and worry? Overcoming pride, depression, and life dominating sins? Looking for guidance through the difficulties in life? The “Self Confrontation” class is a 20-week Bible study that offers hope in the midst of trials and help to change your life.

  • FPU is a 9-week life-changing program that empowers and teaches you how to make the right money decisions to achieve your financial goals and God’s plan for your life. You're not too young or too old. Taught by Dave Ramsey, the course includes practical lessons on eliminating debt, building wealth, giving like never before, and much, much more!

  • Our RU program is the fastest growing addictions recovery program in the US. It is the only program with an 85% long-term recovery average. RU is much more than a 12 step program and it works from the inside out. If you allow it to, this program can change your life for the better and free you from a lifetime of addiction, heartache and regret.

  • music

    The Choir is a large group with a warm, accepting, family atmosphere where you can experience inspirational worship as well as encouragement and prayer support. The Choir rehearses Sunday afternoons at 4:15.

    If you play an instrument, there is probably a place for you in our Orchestra. To be a member of the Orchestra one must possess a basic level of proficiency and possess a Godly attitude toward ministry. A basic level of proficiency refers to two years playing experience or current participation in instrumental instruction and being able to play in tune. The Orchestra rehearses Sunday afternoons at 4:15.