We hold several events throughout the year, each of which is designed to teach how the Word of God applies specifically to women in their walks with the Lord. Our prayer is that the women at Lighthouse would have different opportunities to grow in their faith together as they fellowship and learn from the Word.
Lighthouse’s Women’s Ministry holds four annual events – the Women’s Spring Event, SALT, the Women’s Fall Event, and Women’s Christmas Breakfast.
In the spring and the fall, our events have a teaching focus. Topics are chosen to help ladies learn to love the Lord and those in their lives better. Past event topics have included how to study the Bible, a biblical understanding of friendship, and what it means to serve and love those who are hurting.
In the summer and the winter, events have an evangelistic focus. Ladies are encouraged to bring their non-believing friends and family members to hear testimonies of God’s great grace and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Lamplighters is a ministry for mothers of primarily preschool-aged children or younger. It is a wonderful time of fellowship, biblical teaching, and sharing in small groups all while our little ones are under the care of loving volunteers.
Lamplighters meets during the Winter/Spring (February-May) and Fall (September-November) on Tuesday mornings at church. Online registration usually starts a month prior to the first meeting of the session.
Childcare is provided for children 9 months old to preschool age. Infants will usually stay with the moms in session.
A variety of topics and speakers are brought in each season – past topics have included contentment, patience, discipleship and purity.
Registration for Lamplighters contributes towards materials, snacks and programming. We are also blessed to have volunteer caregivers every Tuesday – donations for thank you gifts are taken during the season.
Women-only small groups are offered during each small group season.
Every two years, Women’s Ministry holds a retreat for the women of Lighthouse to be renewed spiritually, to “get away,” to meet new friends, to minister to one another through small groups, and to have fun.