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.


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.

This year we will be joining Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Overland Park, KS for their Spring Women's Conference. 

Flourish Women’s Conference
April 19, 2024 – 7-9 p.m.
April 20, 2024 – 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church
Please RSVP by April 5 – $10 per person
Sign up: https://link.redeemer-pca.org/24spring
Our Spring Conference will be led by Lydia Brownback, author of Flourish. Lydia is passionate about promoting biblical doctrine with a high view of God. She will be challenging us to discern true from false, full from empty, purposeful from futile, and godly from selfish, setting the beauty and sufficiency of Christ in place of self-focus. She is the author of the Flourish Bible Study series. She holds a master of arts in religion in biblical studies from Westminster Theological Seminary and a bachelor of science in communications from Syracuse University.