Women are involved in just about every ministry at Granada Church but we don’t have an organized “Women’s Ministry” per se. There are many opportunities for women to serve and minister, learn and fellowship. Various women pull together to organize events such as a Mothers’ Day Brunch, a Christmas tea or a flower arranging craft time. And if you sneak into the kitchen on Sunday morning you’ll get a “taste” of how women minister to the whole congregation in preparing café con leche! Here are a few of the regular things we have going; join us!….
Women learn God’s Word together in many adult Christian Education classes. The selection includes two classes which are provided just for women. At 11:00am Jan Liebler teaches on the Book of Nehemiah in the sanctuary classroom.
All women are invited to one of our fellowships on the third Tuesday of each month, September through May. Our morning fellowship meets at 10:15am in the Granada parlor. Join us for coffee, pastries, prayer and a Bible study. Our evening fellowship meets at 6:30pm in the Granada Cornerstone. Join us for refreshments and Bible study. If you are interested, please contact Jackie Eads or indicate so on the Sunday morning Connecting Card.
This mercy ministry consists of volunteers who are willing to make an occasional meal for someone who may be sick or returning home from the hospital. Fortunately they are not called upon too frequently, but when they are, they enjoy the opportunity to bless someone in this very concrete way. New “chefs” are always welcome to participate, even if they have just one good recipe they like to make. If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or indicate so on the Sunday morning Connecting Card.
WOMEN’S JAIL MINISTRY
This mercy ministry meets every Tuesday morning to visit a local correctional facility and share God’s Word and prayer with the women there. Advance screening is required for entrance into the facility. Please indicate your interest on the Sunday morning Connecting Card or contact Lucy Hanafourde.