Women of Grace encourages women to grow and equips them to have a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.

Grace helps people grow as disciples in five ways: worship, fellowship, learning, serving, and sharing. The purpose of Women of Grace is to grow through fellowship. WOG holds a variety of Bible studies, as well as retreats and other special events throughout the year.

TUESDAYS 9:15 a.m. & WEDNESDAYS 6 p.m.

Growing with Grace Bible Study

Bible studies have wrapped up for the fall and will resume January 14 and 15. 
Growing with Grace is a study designed to build your knowledge of a book of the Bible and further develop your skills in studying the Bible. This study is taught by some of our own women at Grace. This year, Growing with Grace is focusing on the book of Genesis.

To see lessons from last year’s study on the book of Philippians, click the link below.

WATCH GROWING WITH GRACE LESSONS

TUESDAYS 9:15 a.m.

The Amazing Collection Bible Study

Bible studies have wrapped up for the fall and will resume January 14 and 15.
The Amazing Collection is a study that goes through the entire Bible in three years. Designed to give you the big picture of what God has done through the Bible, The Amazing Collection is great for anyone who wants to understand the themes of Scripture.

Grace Moms

Moms with newborns through school-age children meet for activities one Wednesday each month and for quarterly brunches featuring guest speakers. Childcare is provided for some activities while other activities include children. For more information, contact Melissa Redwine.

Classic Women of Grace

The Classic Women of Grace ministry is designed to meet the need for meaningful activities and monthly fellowship for women ages 60+ within our church body.

Eat & Greet Lunch Group
Meets monthly on the third Wednesday at Crossroads Diner. Contact Linda Penn for more information.

Angel Gowns
Several Classic Women of Grace meet regularly to make Angel Gowns from donated wedding dresses. This last year the ladies gave 210 tiny gowns to hospitals for parents to use as burial gowns for stillborn babies. Contact Linda Penn for more information.

Mentoring

Woman to Woman is a mentoring/fellowship program for all ages of women. An annual tea is held each February. If you would like to become a part of this program, please contact Terri, 214-341-5296 or Toula, 972-248-9086. All women are welcome.