As followers of Jesus Christ, our Women's Ministry seeks to develop women as servant leaders for the equipping of God's church and the growth of His Kingdom here at Rivermont, in our homes, our communities and around the world.
OASIS BIBLE STUDY
OASIS is our weekly Bible study that is aimed at helping us apply God's Word to our Christian lives. You'll find OASIS Bible studies to be theologically sound, intergenerational, discipleship-driven, relationally authentic, outwardly-focused, and life-transforming.
Please join us this winter/spring semester as we study the book of Hebrews, along with Nancy Guthrie's book Hoping for Something Better. Through her book, Nancy will exhort us to dig deeper into the Scriptures to develop a closer relationship with Christ.
We will meet weekly on Thursday mornings beginning at 9:30 in the Quinlan Room. We will have both a time of corporate gathering as well as small group discussion. The registration fee for the winter study is $16, which includes the cost of the study book. The winter semester runs from January 10 to April 25. Childcare is available on a first-come, first-served basis of $10 per child, with a maximum cost of $25 per family per semester. For questions, please contact Andrea Adams.
TO REGISTER FOR THE WINTER OASIS BIBLE STUDY, CLICK HERE
Circle Groups are monthly gatherings where members participate in Bible study, fellowship, and ministry to others.
- Circle 4 meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 10:30 am in the Family Room.
- Circle 1 meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am in the Library.
Throughout the year, we enjoy special opportunities to grow and fellowship with our sisters in Christ, whether it's at our Winter Retreat or Fall Retreat, our Women in Ministry Presbytery Gathering, or any other special events.
Each year, our Women's Ministry adopts a locally supported ministry to serve and support. For 2017-2018, we are supporting the Rivermont Area Emergency Food Pantry. There are regular opportunities to help pack food bags as well sort the food that comes into the pantry. For more information on volunteering at the Food Pantry, contact REPC member Paulette Parker. Additionally, you can drop off food pantry items in the container at the foot of the stairs under the bulletin board.
The following list represents those food pantry items that are ALWAYS needed with High Priority food items in bold print:
Canned Vegetables (carrots/beats/peas, etc.)
Canned Meat (Spam/Corned Beef/Lunch Meat, etc.)
Canned Stew (Chicken/Beef)
Canned White Potatoes
Desserts (pudding mix/jello)
Macaroni & Cheese
Pancake Mix or Baking Mix (Bisquick)
Powdered Milk - box 1 qt. packets
Tuna Fish Casserole Mix (Tuna Helper)