Women's Ministries



  1. We desire our women to experience a rich, satisfying relationship with Jesus Christ.
  2. We desire to instruct and encourage our women in the understanding of biblical womanhood which includes recognizing one’s true value and identity in Christ, recognizing God’s unconditional love for them, and embracing and practicing the roles God has called them to in alignment with how God has designed women as made clear in Scripture.
  3. We desire to foster biblical friendships between women that will result in discipleship relationships between the older and the younger (Titus 2:3-5), and will result in relationships of encouragement between peers (Proverbs 27:17).
  4. We desire to reach out to our community through the Women’s Ministry by providing welcoming, non-threatening opportunities to the women nearby.
  5. We seek to develop in women their giftedness to effectively and faithfully serve both their family and the body of Christ.

For more information please see the Women's Ministries Philosophy of Ministry and/or contact the office.


Regular Ministries



Coordinator: Emily Fullmer

Click here for more information about Timeout for Moms.


Women's Bible Study

Coordinator: James Enns


Quilting Ministry

Coordinator: Sandy Christiansen

Women who serve the Lord through prayer and with their hands make quilts and knitted afghans for children in orphanages in the former Soviet Union (through Slavic Gospel Association) on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 9:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.



Women's Retreat

Coordinator: Gina Sharpe

A weekend retreat usually late September or early October at Grace Adventures.


Women's Fellowship Events

Coordinator: Gina Sharpe

Fun gatherings for women held at various times through the year.


Meal Ministry

Coordinator: Cindy Todd

This ministry seeks to provide RCC families with meals when expecting or after having a new child, or when a surgery is scheduled.


Baby/Wedding Showers

Coordinator: Melissa King

This ministry seeks to provide encouragement and lasting friendships with women of RCC that are getting married or having their first child.