Christ Church is committed to encouraging and discipling women as part of our vision to ‘Know Christ better and to make Christ better known’. We are keen that women play a full part in the service, leadership and mission of the Church and very grateful to the many women who contribute to the life of the church family. Alongside Women’s Forum, we have a number of “women only” Life Groups which meet at various times of the week - please contact Jon Hidden to find out more.
Christ Church also hosts Bible Study Fellowship on Monday evenings, September through the year to May, term time only, 7-9pm sharp. Women for any and no church are welcome to come along for
in-depth bible teaching and study. There are also groups for children and young people over the age of 5 years, that meet at the same time. For more information on this please contact Sue Peckham. During 2016-2017, BSF is studying Johns Gospel.
As part of our desire to help women grow in their faith, our termly Women’s Forum meetings are committed to creating a space where women can be discipled, supported, prayed for, equipped, nourished and loved.
Since 2009, we have had Quiet Days, reflective evenings, Saturday brunches, summer parties and Christmas socials. Each event is designed to encourage fellowship, to be fun and informal, and to support women in their faith, whatever their life stage.
The meetings are organised by a small planning group - others wishing to get involved are always welcome.
We also support a local women's refuge through gifting essential items on a regular basis in the form of “Welcome Packs”. Once or twice a year the women of Christ Church are invited to donate from a list of requested items ranging from tin openers to toothpaste to bath towels. We also make special donations at other times of the year to respond to specific needs or simply to celebrate Christmas, Easter or other festivals.
The next meeting will be on Wednesday 21 June, 8pm - watch out for details!
Christ Church, Waterden Road, Guildford, GU1 2AZ.
This is a chance to get together with women of all ages, from about 15 years old to 115, for an informal and friendly evening to think about an important issue, to be encouraged in faith, and to share our experiences – or just listen to others.
For further information contact Louise Kenyon.