Seeking Connection: with Jesus • with our own hearts • with each other

The Women’s Ministry at Hope is about connection. We laugh a lot. We celebrate each other. We have lots of parties. We strive to point women to Jesus through a deep connection with their own hearts and with each other. We also help to facilitate mentoring, discipleship training, prayer triads, and social gatherings in order that women from different stages in life can better know and care for one another. We also have various and fun connecting opportunities throughout the year. Whether its the NCAA bracket challenge, dinner parties, or other fellowship opportunities, please make sure you are on Hope’s mailing list so you won’t miss out.

Hope Women’s Ministry Structure

There are three part-time women’s ministry staff positions at Hope. Jen Guzi is involved in women’s leadership development, and Alex Whitaker and Stephanie Ham are also part of the women’s ministry staff. Our Women’s Shepherding Team oversees the women’s ministry at Hope and is comprised of women who are appointed by the session.

Upcoming Women’s Events

To view all church-wide and other events please click here.

Women of Cotswold Coffee and Connect 

Every Other Tuesday Starting January 7

If you’re new to Hope or have been attending for years, we’d love for you to join us for some coffee and fellowship. We will meet every other Tuesday from 10am-11am starting January 7th.  For the first gathering, we’ll meet at 601 Nottingham Drive. Please feel free to simply drop by with your friends and neighbors! Email Laura Moore (laurareedmoore@gmail.com) if you would like more information.

Gather. Feast. Connect. 

Thursday, January 30

Mark your calendar because Thursday, January 30th is our next dinner together! When you register, you will be randomly placed with a group of 8-10 women from the Hope site you attend, hosted by a Hope attendee. Your host will provide the main course and the guests will bring a side item, dessert or drinks. This is a great way to meet other women at Hope!