WOMEN

At CCF, we know that women want genuine fellowship and friendship with one another built within the church community and centered on Jesus Christ.

CCF Women provides opportunities for you to love God, follow Jesus and serve others. We provide studies to help  you grow deeper in your spiritual life within the context of caring relationships. We offer elective Sunday school classes for women only, evening and morning in-depth Bible studies, one-on-one mentoring, outreach events for your friends and family and one-day Bible training seminars. Whether you’re a visitor or a long-time CCF member, we hope you’ll join us!

Women’s Mentoring

Are you looking  to build or solidify your spiritual foundation? If you would like to study God’s word with the help of an older sister in Christ please contact Karlene Rogers at 401-440-9370 for additional information about our mentoring program.

Women’s Prayer

If you have a need and would like the prayer team of CCF women to confidentially pray for you,  please click here pattm317@cox.net  to submit your prayer request. There is also a prayer box in the downstairs women’s restroom where prayer concerns may be submitted to the Women’s Ministry Team.

Outreach

Are you looking for ways to reach out into the community by serving the homeless, caring for refugees, or providing meals for those experiencing medical challenges or loss? Contact Ann at ann@hampson.us for more details.

Mom to Mom

Mothers of pre-school children are welcome to meet with this group to learn Biblical principles that apply to parenting and share common experiences; childcare will be provided. Thursday mornings, October 12-November 16th, 9:30-11:00. To sign up, contact Tracy Hammond at hammondcrew@gmail.com, 401.464.4862
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Women’s Fall Bible Study

Beth Moore’s Entrusted, a 6 week study on II Timothy
Thursday nights, October 5th-November 9th, 6:30-8:30
Sign up in the welcome center or by contacting Tracy Hammond at hammondcrew@gmail.com, 401.464.4862

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