Women’s Ministry at New Hope makes strategic use of the woman-to-woman venue for the benefit of the church and its impact on the community. As you participate in women’s groups and gatherings, our goal is to bring authenticity, hope, and the love of Jesus into your life in a way that continually makes you stronger to run the race God has marked out for you. We want to help equip you to be a life-giving influence to those around you. Come on in!
For more information on Women's Ministry at New Hope please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harmony Women's Bible Study
Thursdays, 9:15-11:30 AM*, Room 1720
*October-May, following the Kent School District calendar
Harmony Women's Bible study is a weekly Bible study for women of all ages and stages of life. This Bible study provides an opportunity for you to be encouraged by the gospel and to form relationships with other women as you see what difference the gospel makes in all your spheres of life. Come and be strengthened as a wife, friend, co-worker, mother, and neighbor. Bring a friend or neighbor!
For those moms or grandmas who have young children, we offer a baby nursery and structured, preschool-type classes with play time and a Bible lesson. For homeschooling moms, we have a home school group for children in first grade and above.
Moms in Prayer
Wednesdays, 6:45-7:45 PM*, Fireside Room
*We will not meet on Nov. 23, Dec. 21, Dec. 28, Feb. 22, or April 12
Moms in Prayer is moms, grandmas, aunts—any woman with a heart for prayer and kids—coming together to pray for one hour each week for our kids and their schools. Come and experience the joy that comes from trading anxiety and worry for peace and hope as we pray together scripturally for our kids, Wednesday evenings from 6:45-7:45 PM in the Fireside Room.
Check out MomsInPrayer.org to learn more about this ministry.
Sarah Ruth Circle
Second Wednesday of the month, 10 AM-noon, Fireside Room
Sarah Ruth Circle is a group of enthusiastic senior ladies who gather on the second Wednesday of each month for Bible study, prayer, fellowship, and to prepare projects to help those in need (Union Gospel Mission, Vision House, and missionary families). We also support the Deacons' fund and projects related to New Hope Students.