Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Hebrews 10:24
Mosaic Mission Statement:
To equip one another to understand and live out Biblical principles
of womanhood in all of life.
The word MOSAIC represents the diversity of women, symbolized by a broken and fragmented humanity, which becomes a work of beauty under the artful hands of God. Please join us and discover how all the pieces fit together -
while we worship God as we love, grow, serve and reach women.
Welcome to the Women's Ministries of North Metro Church. We seek to invite women of all ages and backgrounds to develop and grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ, to serve Him with our spiritual gifts, to minister to one another as well as to the world around us. Please take a moment to browse this page. Each area of interest has a woman to contact if you have questions or would like to get involved. It's our prayer that you will find the place God has for you at North Metro Church! 1 Co 12:18
The Pieces of our Mosaic include:
Linda Eastman, Team Coordinator
If you are interested in developing authentic relationships you may enjoy:
Designer Girls - Building relationships through creative arts and life skills for women and girls (ages 12-18). Based on Titus 2:3-5, this group is for women who have a passion to invest in young women to see God's plans and purposes develop and grow in their lives. Contact Dawna Sanders at email@example.com or 303.288.1505.
Moms of Preschoolers Affinity Group
- If you are a mom of preschoolers, this is the group for you. There is a short devotion and a lot of conversation surrounding your unique season of life - with all its joys and challenges! The group meets every other Friday morning from 9-10:30 am in the NMC Cafe. Contact Joanna Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Childcare is provided at a minimal cost. Please register with Michelle Caskey at email@example.com
. See NMC Childcare Policy for details.
Project Nights - These nights are designed to support women who enjoy working on projects hence the large block of time devoted from 7 pm - Midnight in the NMC Cafe. Women experience a sense of accomplishment and relish the company of cherished friends. Some bring snacks to share as well. Contact Jenny Kerns at 303.451.5490.
Secret Sisters -
This group delights in encouraging one another in secret as the name implies. Women commit to secretly encourage their "Secret Sister" for 4 month intervals. The group enjoys many different opportunities to gather to get to know their Secret Sisters even before their secrets are revealed! Contact Christina Tetrick at 303.803.8682 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to sign up.
Lisa Pulliam, Team Coordinator
If you are interested in growing in your love and knowledge of God you may enjoy:
Ascent Classes (Bible Studies) - Spending time in God's Word through weekly Bible study is a great way to discover who God is and His plan for your life. Your relationship with Jesus Christ will grow as God reveals to you, in a personal way, just how much He loves you! These studies also offer opportunities for fellowship and prayer with women of all ages. We currently have two options - Sunday mornings at 9 am in Room 110 and Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Room assignments on Wednesday nights will vary. Additional studies may develop throughout the year. Contact Lisa Pulliam at email@example.com.
Women's Book Club -
If you enjoy reading and discussing your latest book, this is the group for you. Members meet monthly to talk about a book, share laughs, prayers and enjoy an evening with other women. Book titles vary from the serious to the light hearted and can include devotionals, as well as secular books. Call Mona Neeley Clifford at 303.457.4764 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
for information. Book review schedule:
March - House Rules by Jodi Picoult
April - The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin
May - Safely Home by Randy Alcorn
June - Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold by C. S. Lewis
July - When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin
August - The Girl Who Fell from the Sky by Heidi W. Durrow
September - One Perfect Day by Lauraine Snelling
October - Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford
Mosaic Women's Retreats
Our Spring retreat is scheduled for Friday - Sunday morning, April 27-29, 2012
Winter Park Mountain Lodge
81699 Us Highway 40, Winter Park, CO, 80482 Contact Pam Wood at email@example.com or 303.478.2433 to see if there is space available.
Journey Group - This small group ministry addresses emotional, physical, spiritual and sexual abuse that can affect how we think and feel about ourselves, God and others. For more information, contact Kim Osthoff at 303.288.2015.
A para-church ministry which meets weekly on our campus.
CBS is an inter-denominational Bible study for ladies and children in the north metro area. Their mission statement: "To make disciples of Jesus Christ in our communities through caring, in-depth Bible study available to all."
Their goal is to reach out to women in the community who desire in-depth Bible study and to also provide an opportunity to build relationships with other women in the area. The elements of each class include: individual home study, small group discussion, a teaching time and occasional fellowship brunches. CBS was established in 2001 and is excited to welcome new ladies into the class!
They meet Thursday mornings from 9-11 a.m here at NMC.
$25 adult registration fee
$10 per child registration fee
Their children's ministry welcomes children from birth to home school age. Each week your child will be involved in a Bible story, craft, singing, snack and games. The home school curriculum mirrors the adult lessons from Philippians, James, Job & Deuteronomy at an age appropriate level. For registration and information contact Alison Denler at 303.457.3184/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nancy McAlister, Team Coordinator
Food Basket/Memorial Team - NMC is often called upon to provide meals to those in need within our church family as well as provide meals and serve at funerals. If you'd like to help on a regular basis or just occationally, contact Ann Kurtz at 303.452.6309.
Kid's Clothing Swap
- This is a great opportunity to re-cycle your gently used children's clothes - contact Rachael Hoffmeyer, email@example.com
to find out when the next swap will be and/or if you'd like to help.
Other opportunities to serve within Mosaic:
There are a variety of opportunities to serve within our women's ministry. We want to help you discover your unique gifts, passions, and abilities and use them to the glory of God. Whether you are brand new to NMC or a seasoned member, there is a place for you! Please contact Jacque Johnson at 303.457.8560 Ext. 300.
Moms In Prayer International
- Two of more moms joining together once a week for one hour of prayer for their children and their schools. There are over 30 groups meeing in various locations through Adams County, including one here at NMC. A College/Career group
meets on Mondays from 11 am - 12 pm in Room 110. To pray with this group contact Jacque Johnson at 303.457.8560 Ext. 300. To find out if there is a group for your child's school, contact Conchi Lopez Fay at 303.453.4877 or go to www.momsinprayer.org
Christina Tetrick, Team Coordinator
Special Events - These are fun, lighthearted events (such as Saturday Morning Breakfasts, Girls' Night Out, Chocolate Boutique and Mosaic Christmas Dinner) where NMC women are encouraged to invite their family and friends to enjoy the fellowship of other women in a comfortable, Christian environment. Contact Christina Tetrick at 303.803.8682.
303.457.8560 Ext. 300