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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.


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The Women’s Ministry kicks off a new Bible study—David: A Study in Imperfection—looking at the life of King David from the Old Testament. Known as the boy giant-slayer, shepherd king, and man after God’s own heart, David’s life and rule as king was also marked by sin, failure, and struggle. Come explore David’s complex life and pursuit of God. 

Studies meet at the church on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. and Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m.  beginning the week after Labor Day (September 6/7).

You don’t have to be a member of NAPC to participate in the study — in fact, we have a number of women in both groups who worship elsewhere on Sunday morning.  We like to think this is a great place to invite friends and neighbors to.  

The format for Thursday morning is different than that of Wednesday evening.  Wednesday evening includes everyone together in a large group/discussion while Thursday morning gathers as a whole group for teaching and then breaks out into small groups for discussion and prayer.  Each small group has two leaders who work to cultivate relationships with the women in the group and are available for prayer.

We will publish a calendar but you may want to know a few things in advance: We will begin the Wednesday/Thursday following Labor Day.  We do not meet in the month of December.  We finish by the end of April/early May.  

We totally understand that life is busy with layers of demands.  We don’t have expectations about your attendance.  We really hope you’ll want to come and come whenever you can.  But know that you’re always welcome and wanted whether you’re there every week, every other week, or only when you can swing it.  
 

Questions? Contact Rev. Megan Johnson at megan@napc.org.