The women of Greeley Wesleyan Church are passionate about serving God, their friends and family, and their community! Bible studies, activity groups, weekend retreats and community service projects provide opportunities for women to grow in their walk with God, build meaningful friendships with other women and share God’s love with those who need hope and healing.
Our calendar is a great place to go for information about upcoming events in these ministry areas. Still more questions? Call the church office at 970.330.3600.
Activities & Events
Activities and special events are planned in order to create opportunity for you to connect with other women for fun and laughter while enjoying some of your favorite pastimes or challenging yourself to try something new! Visit the calendar for the latest information about upcoming activities and special events.
Women’s Bible Studies
Women who love God are passionate about spending time in God’s Word, the Bible. Whether you are new in your faith journey or have been walking with God for several years, there is a Bible study for you. Children’s programming and/or child care is available during all studies.
Woman to Woman Care Ministry
The Woman to Woman Care Ministry (WTWCM) is here to encourage women of all ages through Monthly Enrichment Sessions, a Prayer Ministry, and Mentoring Relationships. We recognize the importance of spiritual friendships and how God uses others to help provide encouragement and guidance. Our goal is to fulfill your heart-felt need of establishing lasting and supportive friends with other women – and have some fun along the way! Contact Cindy Redeker, WTWCM Coordinator, at 970.396.1696 for more information.
Ladies Prayer Time: A WTWCM prayer-sister will be available to pray with you about any of life’s burdens in the Prayer Chapel for 30 minutes between services on the last Sunday morning of each month.
Holiday Arts & Crafts Festival
Every fall our Women’s Ministry hosts this annual festival, which has become a holiday tradition for the Greeley community. For all the details regarding the 2016 Festival on Friday, November 4 & Saturday, November 5, visit the Holiday Arts and Crafts Festival website.
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)
MOPS is a Christian-based, non-denominational organization that meets twice a month to share enthusiasm, support and encouragement with other moms of preschoolers. Meetings include breakfast and a variety of different activities including speakers, crafts, and fellowship time. We also offer safe and fun programming for children (infant through kindergarten) during each meeting. The group meets the first and third Tuesday of each month during the academic year at 9:00-11:30am. Your first meeting is free and each meeting after that is $6. For more information, contact Bobbi Sipola at 970.590.7516 or email@example.com.
Are you interested in using your skills and talents to benefit others in your community? If so, one of the ministries listed below may be a good fit for you.
Creative Crafters Ministry
The Creative Crafters Ministry uses their passion for scrapbooking and card making to bless others. No experience is necessary and all supplies are provided. For more information, contact Trudy Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Love Chain is a ministry of Greeley Wesleyan church that serves others through the gift of food. The Love Chain is made up of volunteers from the church. Our main focus is to shower moms / families that just had a baby with a couple of weeks of meals. We also have the privilege of praying for these women and their families during their pregnancy. In addition, this ministry provides a pot luck meal approximately 3 times a year to Jefferson High School during their parent teacher conferences. If you would like to volunteer to be a part of the Love Chain, please e-mail Amy Reinhardt at email@example.com.
Stitchin’ Gals Ministry
Do you crochet, needle or loom knit? If so, the Stitchin’ Gals Ministry needs you! They use their stitchin’ gifts to bless others. Projects include hats, scarves, prayers shawls and baby items that are shared throughout our community. The group gets together once a month to share friendship, patterns and ideas, but most of the stitchin’ is done on your own. For more information, contact Twyla Glasscox at firstname.lastname@example.org.