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.
WEDNESDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY
#Alive--Our weekly evening Bible study meets each Wednesday at the church from 6:30-7:30 pm as a part of Rivermont Fellowship Night.
Using material from Gloria Furman’s book Alive in Him, we will be studying what Ephesians says about truly being alive. With worship, teaching, and discussion the study aims to refresh our hearts with God's word in the midst of the busy week. Join us any week that you are able!
THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
The Sermon on the Mount--Our weekly morning Bible study meets each Thursday at the church from 9:30-11:30 am with worship, teaching and small group discussion. The study is aimed at helping us apply God's Word to our Christian lives.
Using the Sermon on the Mount by Jen Wilkin, you'll find the morning Bible study to be theologically sound, intergenerational, discipleship-driven, relationally authentic, outwardly-focused, and life-transforming.
Please click here to register for the Winter/Spring 2020 OASIS Bible Study. Cost for registration is $15. Childcare is availabe for children up to Pre K.
Circle Group is a 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 Country Gardens. (Stone house located behind the church.) For more information on Circle 4, contact Maggie Wells.
Throughout the year, we enjoy special opportunities to grow and fellowship with our sisters in Christ including our Winter Retreat or Fall Retreat, our Women in Ministry Presbytery Gathering, the Gospel Coalition Women’s Conference, etc. We’d love to have you join us!
Each year, our Women's Ministry adopts a locally supported ministry to serve and support. This year 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)