To foster close relationships among the women of our congregation, and to equip women to live out biblical principles of womanhood in all of life, the NCPC Women’s Ministry Team (WMT) leads or supports a number of activities throughout the year.
ALL women's events and groups are being held online OR have been cancelled.
Please email the church office for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly Women’s Bible Study
The women meet each Wednesday morning from 9:30-11:00am in the Church Office Conference Room. On January 15, 2020 they started a 12-week study in the Gospel of Matthew. You can call the church office at 858-748-4642 for more information.
These small groups of 5-6 women meet monthly to provide more intimate opportunities for fellowship and prayer. Please call the church office if you want more information.
Annual Women’s Retreat (TBA)
Annual Christmas Banquet
Held the first Friday in December, this church-wide banquet is one of NCPC’s most enjoyable traditions. The banquet is organized by a committee of volunteers.
Social and Service Events
These events are held throughout the year, designed to cultivate community life and serve the world around us. Examples include dinners, cookie exchange, teas, dessert fellowship, craft nights, fundraisers, etc. Some events are for ladies only, some for mothers and daughters, and some for the whole church family.
Youth Events (Women)
NCPC seeks to support those who are leading events for the young women of NCPC and develop relationships between these young women and older women in the church.
Meals, Flowers, Kitchen, and Encouragement Ministries
If you are interested in helping with meals, flowers or encouraging the the people of NCPC, please contact call the church office for more information at (858) 748-4642.
The Women’s Ministry Team (WMT) is a small group of women committed to helping all women at NCPC become mature disciples of Christ. We exist to provide opportunities for women to glorify and enjoy God as we worship God, live in community, and serve the world.
“[Our] purpose is that [the women of the church] may be
encouraged in heart
united in love,
so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding,
in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely CHRIST,
in whom are hidden all the treasures of