Mission Statement

Encourage, Educate, Equip, & Evangelize

Christ the Rock Community Church Women's Ministry exists to bring women to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, to promote spiritual growth, equipping them to be servants of Christ at home, at work, in our community and the world.

Better (study of Hebrews)

Starts March 9

Mondays 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM


online only - see details below

UPDATE - MARCH 14

Hello ladies,

Due to the fact that class on Monday nights will be canceled as advised by the Governor of the state of Washington, we are going to try and have a virtual class on Facebook. **Each Monday starting MARCH 23rd we will post the video with a few questions to CRCC Monday night Bible study fb group. It will remain on the page for a week to view and then be removed. You will be encouraged to comment or ask questions on any topic that is related to that week’s study. If the answer that you get doesn’t resolve your question, then anyone in this class can instant message or personally contact that person about the question. Otherwise we will try and keep our posts general to the topics of the week covered. This way even though we’re isolated we can still communicate and be encouraged by God‘s word.

**We also want a place for prayer requests.

We live in an exciting time when alternatives are challenging but yet the outcome will be uplifting. If you have any questions about this please post or contact Starla Horwath or Nancy Hartwig personally and we will try and see how we can work this out for the best. Thank you for participating.




In this verse-by-verse study of the Book of Hebrews, Jen Wilkin explores how God "provided something better for us" in the person of Jesus Christ (Heb. 11:40). Through stories of Old Testament heroes and practices, the author of Hebrews demonstrates how the new covenant is superior to the old and how Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of every promise. Explore familiar verses in context of the entire Bible, learning how to place your hope and faith in Christ alone. (10 sessions)

Revelation Precept (part 2)

january thru April 21

Tuesdays, 9:15 AM - 11:30 AM

childcare available


online only - see details below

UPDATE MARCH 16 - 

Our bible study will be done online via Zoom, you can do this from home and not at the church.  Please pray for one another and for Jane as we go forward. Questions? Please contact Joyce Olmstead.



The focus of chapters four through twenty-two is the end times. Through careful observation of the text, discover exactly what God says will take place. Led by Jane Chung. 

Pursuit of Holiness

on break until further notice

Wednesdays, 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm

In The Pursuit of Holiness, he helps us see clearly just what we should rely on God to do--and what we should take responsibility for ourselves. As you deepen your relationship with God, learn more about His character, and understand the Holy Spirit's role in holiness, your spiritual growth will mature. Led by Sue Ferguson

Mom to Mom

january thru May

fridays, 9:30 am

 

online only - see details below

UPDATE MARCH 14 -

As moms and wives, we have tough jobs. Which is why we all love meeting to support one another. Unfortunately, we will not get to do that for the next several weeks. If you have a prayer request or a need please let Jackie Searle know. You can also keep in touch thru our fb page -  Mom to Mom at CRCC.



This year's study is Real Mom Life is a biblically based curriculum taught by Linda Anderson and Theresa Nelson that encourages mothers in their every day mom jobs.  The series also provides perspective on some more specific parenting situations, such as raising strong-willed children, dealing with infertility, and addressing learning challenges.  We recognize that being a mom can be exhausting and sometimes frustrating.  In these lessons, we talk about being a mom in the real world!


Details:
Click here to register

Cost is $50 for the entire year
Babysitting is available
Meets downstairs in room 30

Questions? Contact Jackie Searle at 253.509.9332

Silver Friendships

meets monthly for lunch

fridays, 11:30 am


on break until further notice

Silver Friendships is for women who are widowed or single and over 55.  We meet on the 2nd Friday each month at various restaurants from 11:30 am to approximately 1:30 PM. We have lunch, devotions and prayer. We encourage one another in our faith as we build friendships. Watch the bulletin for lunch locations & dates. Questions or to RSVP click here

summer park days

June - Aug. 

Fridays, 10:00 am

We will meet at all parks at 10:00 am. Please bring a picnic lunch for your family. Click back for our 2020 Summer Park Days Schedule. 

Foster Adopt or those in Need

"I needed clothes and you clothed me."    Matthew 25:38


Our Care Closet is open by appointment only. Contact Vonda Ross at vloohoo@yahoo.com


We are accepting donations of new or gently used clothes for babies thru teens listed below. Items must be modest, clean & free of stains, holes, tears or fraying before you drop them off. Any clothes donated that we do not have use or room for will be given to a local charity or Goodwill.


We’d like to make small care bags for Foster kids based on age. Any donations of NEW small items like bibles, hairbrushes, small toys, small notebook, coloring books, toothbrushes, etc. Just remember...it all must fit into a 1 gallon bag. Thank you! 


Accepted Items (Babies - Teens Only)

PJ’s, Coats, Jeans/Slacks, Shorts, Skirts & Dresses (modest & no formal), Capris, T-shirts (no personalization), Long sleeve shirts & Sweaters. Only NEW shoes & socks in original packages. 


Please DO NOT Donate

Clothes with stains, holes, tears or fraying. Adult clothes, used undergarments (including socks). Blankets, Backpacks & Purses, Prom Attire, Short shorts/skirts or dresses, Baby Accessories, Books, Personalized items (ie: sweatshirts, etc. with your name on them) & toiletries.

Tabitha Baskets

Tabitha Baskets are yearly anonymous gift baskets that are given to women who are at shelters on Mother's Day, all glory to God. Please bring items and drop them off at the front desk at CRCC. Thank You! Details or to sign-up to prepare a basket, please contact Jacque Skinner (253.884.6230)


Some Ideas for the Baskets: (see sample photos)

A full sized Bible & Devotional (Both Required), Personal Testimony (anonymous), Gift Cards, Phone Cards, Stamps, Note Cards, Stationary, Bookmark, Candy, Teas, Coffee, Snacks, Soaps, Perfume, Toiletries & Make-up