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Women of Capital

So that by God's will I may come to you with joy and together with you be refreshed. Romans 15:32

Capital Community Women’s Ministry’s purpose is to help women experience lives of joy and fulfillment that comes only from a personal relationship with Jesus Christ by providing practical and relevant opportunities for continual growth in their walk with the Lord through Bible study, prayer, encouragement, fellowship, discipleship, mentoring, and service for women of all ages and seasons of life.

You are invited to become a part of the Women's Ministry at Capital Community as we fellowship and serve together in faith, love and unity. There are many ways to plug in and we want you to be a part of what we are doing. To sign up or for more information, stop by the Get Connected Table on Sundays or contact Mary Cunningham.

Events:

Spring Tea

Spring is almost here and with it is our annual Tea. We will enjoy friendship, a warm cup of tea and homemade treats while we hear women of Capital share their stories.

• At the home of Susan Walker
• Sunday, March 30, 3:30-5pm.
Register
• Contact: Mary Cunningham 

Dessert & Devotional

• Thursday, April 10
• 7-8pm
• at the church office
• for women College age and older
• Contact: Kelly Sokolowski

This will be a sweet, informal time of dessert and devotion and a great opportunity to invite friends and neighbors.

Women's Bible Study
is our daytime women's Bible Study. In the Fall of 2014 our subject will be:
Running Your Race by Faith: A study of Hebrews and the Old Testament Heroes

Evening Grace 

Our evening women's Bible Study meets on a weekday evening at the church office beginning the first week after Labor Day. Check back for details on the Fall of 2014 plans. 

For further information on Bible Studies contact Renee Tucker.

Service Opportunities

Martha Ministries/A Helping Hand

As a Christian community at Capital Community Church, there are many ways to extend a hand of love and care to those in our church family. One of those ways is by providing meals, whether in celebration of a birth, help during illness or other times of need. If you are willing to help contact Lisa Todd (919-358-3486).