Whether you are new to North Avenue, a longtime member, or somewhere in between, it is our deep desire in Women’s Ministry at NAPC to know you! If you are feeling the need for fellowship, support or encouragement, Bible study or prayer, or would like an opportunity to serve the Lord with others, we’d love to walk alongside you as the body of Christ.
Contact Rev. Megan Johnson to get connected to the Women’s Ministry at North Avenue.
2019 Women’s Retreat
“Let everyone who hears these words say, “Come.” And let those who thirst come.
All who desire to drink, let them take and drink freely from the water of life.”
COME: Come play in the mountains. Come rest in the midst of God’s creation. Come have good food with good fellowship. Come be fed by God’s Word. Come roast marshmallows by the fire. Come experience the warmth of sisterhood. Come stay up too late and eat too much chocolate. Come let the Spirit quench your thirst. Come as you are. Just Come!
You are invited to the 2019 NAPC Women’s Retreat, Friday, Feb. 8, through Sunday, Feb. 10, at Unicoi State Park and Lodge in Helen, Georgia (about a 2 hour drive from church). To register, click here. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Jill Fossett or Carol Reeder.
Wednesday & Thursday Bible Studies
Romans has often been referred to as “Theology 101” for the church. In it we find the roots of what we proclaim to be true about our relationship with God in terms of sanctification and justification and other intellectual terms that are woven into our deep thoughts about our relationship to the Trinity. But did you know that in the midst of Paul’s scholarly explanations about our salvation, there are also passages upon passages about God’s love for the world, the church, and each of us as individuals? Did you know that Paul writes passionately about his deep desire for others to be transformed by the extravagant love of Jesus? Come and encounter the rich diversity of this letter. Be challenged, cared for, and loved by God through Paul’s words. Learn in fellowship with women of all ages and stages of the church, and be spiritually formed through small group relationships and conversations, through prayer and testimony, through discipline and love.
Studies begin on September 5 & 6. Wednesday Evening Study meets at 7 p.m. time in The Overlook. Thursday Morning Group meets at 9:30 a.m. in The Overlook; childcare is available on Thursday mornings.
PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN AT NAPC
The Presbyterian Women's organization at North Avenue is pleased to announce our program for 2017-2018. All women of the church are cordially invited to join us beginning September 12 for Bible study and lunch.
First organized at North Avenue in the early 1900's, PW has striven through the years to meet the needs of women by nurturing faith through worship, study, fellowship and outreach, and challenging women to stretch their limits and open themselves to reach out to others. We would love for you to join us!
Beginning on September 11, join the Presbyterian Women of North Avenue as Rev. Megan Johnson teaches based on her pilgrimage to the Holy Land this summer, connecting the biblical narrative of Jesus being in particular places and encountering individuals and groups in those places.
Both Circle One and Circle Two will meet together at 10:30 a.m. on the second Tuesday of every month for devotion, teaching, and fellowship. Circles will then break into two groups for discussion and lunch from Jason’s Deli (RSVP for lunch to your Circle leader each month).
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.