Women's Ministry

Women are uniquely called and gifted to reflect the beauty of the gospel. We want every woman to experience the deep and abiding love of the triune God, have a firm grasp on the gospel of Jesus Christ, grow in understanding and handling Scripture, be inspired to grow throughout her varying seasons of life, and employ her individual gifts to love and serve others—in the church, home, workplace and community.

The Women’s Ministry complements other ministries of Covenant Life and provides opportunities to build friendships, teach and learn from one another, and warmly invite guests to participate.

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Build a Bridge Mentoring

"Build A Bridge" is an opportunity for women of all ages and seasons of life to experience the blessing of community. How many of us have longed for a mentor or have found ourselves, in one season of life or another, mentoring someone younger and found it to be incredibly rewarding? All of us have needs and all of us have something to offer.

Let's get together and see what God will do!

Next Meeting

Friday, March 31, 7:30 pm in the Events Center
Topic:  It's a Mystery!
Please bring an appetizer (sweet or savory) to share. RSVP below. 

Questions? Email Nancy Lotinsky or call the church office​.



Discovery Bible Study

Join other women on a journey to discover God’s nature and character as revealed in Scripture. This Bible study uses a simple method that is particularly beneficial to those who have never studied the Bible, such as unbelieving friends or neighbors, and for those who are new to the Christian faith. Participating can also help you learn how to facilitate a group like this, at home or on a future missions trip.  

  • Thursdays, 10:30 AM - Noon, Montgomery Village
  • Facilitators: Mary Pat Hand and Susan Payne

Contact and Registration: Email Mary Pat Hand, or call (240) 353-5794.

Study in John's Gospel

The Apostle John presents Jesus as the Jewish Messiah and as the Son of God who was sent by the Father to reveal the only true God and to provide redemption for humanity. For women of all ages, Susan Brown and Jill Nyhus will facilitate the study of John’s gospel, chapters 7-8, and Yvonne Wyzga and Kathy Lutter will facilitate the study of chapters 13-20. Both tracks will be using literary principles from Simeon Trust and a combination of other resources.