The heart of Women’s Ministry is to encourage women as they discover the truth about Jesus Christ and grow in awareness of God’s love and power in their lives.

A few ways women can connect are the following:

Women in

the Word

WITW is a weekly women's group who's goal is to fellowship, study, and encourage one another in faith.



The Beatitudes
June 16 - July 28

This summer, Women in the Word will study the Beatitudes from Matthew 5 to catch a fresh glimpse of Jesus’ unconditional grace.  The Beatitudes, or blessings, are not just an introduction to Jesus' groundbreaking Sermon on the Mount. They are among His best known but perhaps least understood words. Jesus speaks to the spiritually deprived, the grieving, the underdogs, those denied justice, the idealists, the go-betweens, and the persecuted -  indeed to all of us. His words remain as relevant today as when they were first given.  The study will help us the relevance of the Beatitudes in our contemporary world.

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Tuesday AM Women's Study

Acts: Awakening to God in Everyday Life

(By Melissa Spoelstra)

Begins Tuesday, April 19th at 9:30AM in the Fireside Room.

Whether it’s because of distractions, busyness, or a case of the blahs, we can experience a drift toward indifference in our spiritual lives. We have a need for an ongoing spiritual awakening if we want to become more aware of God’s presence and activity in our everyday lives. In Acts: Awakening to God in Everyday Life, a six-week study of the Book of Acts by Melissa Spoelstra, you will journey with the first followers of Jesus and witness the birth and growth of the early church through spiritual awakening to the power of God’s Spirit, message, freedom, grace, mission, and direction. From their experiences you will learn to attune your own spiritual heart to experience God’s presence, hear God’s voice, and see God at work all around.

For more information or to request a study guide, contact Mary Randall at 831-214-8661 or ranclan@comcast.net.

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Carmel Women's Book Club

Ladies, do you love to read? Do you love to discuss books with a lively group of fellow readers? Then come join the Carmel Women's Book Club, hosted by Carmel Presbyterian Church. The group meets at noon on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the Fireside Room at Carmel Presbyterian Church. We enjoy a time of fellowship with a potluck lunch and then dive into the discussion of our current book. We also offer a Zoom option for those who prefer to join us online - ZOOM Link Here.


See below for the 2022 dates and book selections. To sign up to get a monthly reminder email, send an email to cpcwomen@yahoo.com or contact Susan Kuhlman at susankuhlman@yahoo.com


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