Know God. Get Connected. Be Equipped.

Our ministries are designed to help women know God.  As such, Bible studies form the cornerstone of our ministry.  Women teach women to handle God's word accurately and engage in personal study, with the goal of knowing God more deeply.  We also encourage women to be involved in small groups, find areas to serve within the church, and enjoy connecting with other women. 

If you have questions about our Women's Ministry, contact Lindsay Clements at wogdirector@gepc.org.


We will have 3 different options for Summer book discussion groups. Please choose a book (or two!) and come discuss with other women. If these times do not work for you, but you still want to discuss, then grab a friend for coffee, suggest the book to your Life Group, or just gather a group of friends and discuss the book together a time that works for you.

*Book studies will begin different weeks in June - read the details for each book. The Tuesday studies will not meet on July 4th. 

*You may purchase your own books from your favorite book seller. 

Child Proof: Parenting by Faith, Not Formula by Julie Lowe


*Begins June 20th

*Read chapters 1&2 prior to the first week.

"As a freedom-over-formula parenting book for moms, dads, and caregivers of all ages, Child Proof provides biblical insight and encouragement for readers who want to parent by faith. As an experienced counselor of children and families and an adoptive and foster mom applying the CCEF model of biblical change, Julie Lowe uses Scripture and biblical wisdom to teach caregivers how to know their children and specifically love them with the love of Christ."

"By establishing a mindset rather than a model or a step-by-step “how to” approach to parenting, Child Proof empowers readers to come up with their own blueprint for their families through a biblical framework."

The Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World

by Paul Miller


(zoom link will be in this Monday email)

*Begins June 12th

*Read chapters 1&2 prior to the first week

"Prayer is hard. Often, unless circumstances demand it―such as an illness or saying grace before a meal―most of us simply do not pray. This kind of prayerlessness can leave us with a distressed spirit and practical unbelief characterized by fear, anxiety, joylessness, and spiritual depression."

"A Praying Life has encouraged thousands of Christians to pursue a vibrant prayer life full of joy and power. A life of prayer invites you to a life of connection to God. When Jesus describes the intimacy that He seeks with us, He talks about joining us for dinner (Revelation 3:20). This book reminds readers that prayer is simply making conversation with God a rhythm of life."

10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity by Rebecca McLaughlin


*Begins June 14th

*Read chapters 1&2 prior to the first week.

This study will meet before YoG nights (June 14, 28 and July 5, 12, 19, 26).

We are offering this book study for older woman and younger woman to do together. It could be grandmother/granddaughter, aunt/niece, mother/daughter, or older friend/younger friend. Pair up with a younger teen in your life and come discuss this book. We recommend ages 12 and up. 

Please feel free to participate in this study even if you're not bringing a younger woman with you.


Our studies are on a 9-month cycle. Our Fall study starts at the beginning of September and ends at the beginning of December. Our Spring studies start in January and end the beginning of May. Several times are available each week in varying formats.  Thursday mornings include childcare.



Several events throughout the year bring us together.  The Christmas Tea, Summer Book Clubs, and the Spring Women's Conference are spiritually refreshing and a lot of fun, too!  We connect through serving in various ways for these events, inviting friends and neighbors to join us, and drinking deeply from the well of God's wisdom through his word and his work in the lives of our sisters in the faith.