December 17th, 2017 8:40am Fellowship
9am Discipleship Classes
10am Christmas Music Presentation featuring the CEFC Choir
MOMS is a support group of mothers. The group meets during the school year on Tuesday from 9:30-11am to be encouraged and encourage one another.
There are faithful child care workers who lovingly care for the children each week. While the children enjoy themselves, safe and content, the moms can relax and delve into their studies.
A true Titus woman facilitates this group. Her mandate is from Titus 2:3-5 - "Older women are to teach younger children good things. They are to train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self controlled, pure, working at home, kind and submissive to their own husbands.
Besides learning of God's way in their lives, marriages, and families, the women provide a strong support group for each other. They share prayer requests each week and pray for one another.
Women's Bible Studies
The Thursday morning Bible Study at Myrt's has concluded for 2017. It will resume in January 2018 after the holidays.
Beginning October 5th: 6:30pm at Linda's home. Study material to be determined.
The Women's Ministry teaches and encourages women in their personal and spiritual development and provides an opportunity for service within the community and church. Activites are planned throughout the year for women to connect with one another to fellowship and serve others. Some of those activities include: packing food for those in need, send care packages to men and women in the service, send shoe boxes to Operation Christmas Child, serve the Venison supper, funerals, Easter breakfast, Ladies Christmas Party, plan the Thanksgiving Service and decorate the church for Christmas.
Women have played a vital rote in the Carney church since the church was organized back in 1885 under the leadership of Mrs. Susanna Moseson. In his A History of the Carney Church, Pastor Clifford Lindberg wrote: “in 1881 the Moseson family moved to Carney. The first meetings were held in her home. During Rev. Nord’s visits and ministry, several accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. Before long such interest was shown that these new converts decided to organize a church. A little group of seven, four women and three men, met in the Moseson home and planned and prayed for guidance in the step that was to be taken. He visited the Moseson home making necessary plans. On the night of October 6, 1885, the men and women interested in the Christian service met, and our church was organized.” Since that humble beginning, women have continued serving the Lord in the church in a variety of duties such as Sunday School superintendents, teachers, deaconesses, Epworth League presidents, Ladies Aid presidents, pianists, organists, choir directors, building committee and various other committees.