CF Women is the women’s ministry at Cumberland Fellowship Church. We exist to connect, grow and serve women not only at Cumberland Fellowship, but out into our community. We offer many ways to get involved throughout the month with a large group Connect time, Bible Studies, Bible Journaling, Small Groups, conferences and community outreach opportunities.
May the Lord make your love for one another and for all people grow more and more and become as great as our love for you.
1 Thessalonians 3:12 (GNT)
Connect is our twice monthly gathering for fun, food, crafts and encouragement. Connect is for all women in our community. It is a place to bring a friend, relax and have fun! The evening includes a speaker sharing a brief, relevant topic about marriage, raising children, our careers, our homes, etc. Connections are made at small group tables with women around the same age and stage of life, as they talk over the speaker’s message and work on a craft or service project. The evening also includes dessert, coffee and tea.
When: First and Third Thursday of each Month
Where: CF Terrace/Lobby
What Time: 6pm-7:30pm
Cost: $2.00 per meeting
Childcare is Available
Bible Studies & Small Groups
Small groups offer a time for women to connect in each other’s homes, a park, the library, the coffee shop or even at the church. When you are a part of Connect, you are in a small group! Small groups are more about getting to know each other and less about studying your Bible. They are where you make friends, have fun, do things together and support each other in the tough times. Bible Study is what it implies- the study of God’s Word. A Bible Study is a time of learning to read and understand God’s word through deeper instruction. We offer both Bible Studies and Small Groups through CF Women.
On the fourth Thursday of each month we will have Bible Journaling, using art and writing in your Bible or journal to connect you closer to God’s Word. We meet in the Terrace from 6pm-7:30pm and a typical evening includes small group tables of women providing their own supplies and ideas, connecting with each other as they work in their Bibles or Journals.