Sharon Sabo, Director
Covenant Women seek to enable all women of Covenant to:
- Grow in faith
- Develop supportive relationships with sisters in Christ
- Discover and use their gifts for ministry
...to glorify God within their family unit, Covenant Church and the community.
Covenant Women's Bible studies appeal to women of all ages and levels of spiritual maturity. Small group studies encourage understanding and application of the Scriptures and encourage women to think and live biblically. These studies provide a nurturing atmosphere of love, encouragement, and acceptance, and give women an opportunity to share experiences, thoughts, and needs.
Beth Moore/Jen Wilkin Bible Study
Newcomers may join at any time
Starting Tuesday, January 7 | 9:15 - 11:30 AM [FH230]
In Beth Moore’s study of 2 Timothy, Paul’s final letter, he charged Timothy, his son in faith, not to be ashamed to fulfill God’s call on his life. We are also challenged to do this. In our second study beginning Feb.18 by Jen Wilkin called “Sermon on the Mount,” we will learn the answer to “what does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven?” Books can be purchased on the first day of class for $16. Contact Pam Conger | (734) 502-5107 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Covenant Women's Bible Study
Mornings from 9:30 to 11:30 [FH230] OR
Evenings from 6:30 to 7:45 [FH215]
Our next small group bible study begins on January 15 for both study times. We will study Paul’s Letter to the Galatians. Newcomers are welcome to join us at any time during the study! Childcare is available by reservation. Advance sign-ups and purchase of study guides ($6) available at the women’s Kiosk Sunday between services in January or pick one up at the start of classes. Contact Sharon Poole with questions at sharonTpoole@gmail.com or 973-896-5136 (call or text).
Morning Women’s Bible Study
New Series: A Study of Isaiah | 10 – 11:30 AM [FH222]
Isaiah provides us with a comprehensive prophetic view of the life of Jesus Christ, His birth, His declaration of good news, His death, and His return for his bride. It warns us of a God who exacts judgement and justice when men fail to repent after being warned. But Isaiah also delivers God’s message of mercy, grace, compassion and salvation to those who heed His call to turn from their iniquities and trust in Him. Materials will be provided. For more information or to sign up, contact
Mary Ann Lee by text at 316-655-1952 or email email@example.com
Other Opportunities to Connect
Connect4Women: A Cross-Generational Event for Women
Connect4Women Will Not Be Held In January.
Tuesday, February 4 | Fellowship Hall | 7- 8:30 PM
A casual evening the first Tuesday of each month to connect with other Covenant women. Open to ages 16 (with parental permission) and above. The Path2Freedom organization is passionately committed to serving the needs of child survivors through their individual journeys from Rescue to Restoration. No reservations required. Child Care provided by reservation; contact Jean Casterline at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect4Women | Partners in PrayerPrayer Ministry
Devote yourselves to prayer with an alert mind and a thankful heart. Colossians 4:2
Who: Any woman at Covenant Church Naples who desires a one-on-one prayer partnership with another Covenant woman, to share herself, her needs, desires, requests, and praises in a safe and intimate environment of her own choosing.
What: Times of prayer, at least once a month for one year (through December 2018). You can choose to meet weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly either in person or by phone. Email and text messaging might be helpful ways to share requests and praises between times. Together choose what works for both of you.
Why: Partners in Prayer are powerful.
How: Once you receive the name of your Partner in Prayer, set up a time to meet. Then choose what works for frequency, use of technology, time and day, and length of time to pray. A consistent time will encourage faithfulness in prayer.
Benefits: Makes us accountable. Scheduled prayer times help keep us focused.
It develops intimacy. Prayer with another allows heart-felt sharing.
It makes God real. It gives the chance to experience God’s love in a tangible manner.
How long: Once assigned, Partners commit to pray together at least once a month for one year—through December 2018. At that time, you may choose to stay together, ask for another Prayer Partner, or take a break.
Age: ("over 60" or "younger than 60"), and if you would like a prayer partner who is "about your age" or "younger/older than you" to email@example.com. You will be contacted within the month with your new Prayer Partner's information.
To get started, email your name, phone number, and you will be contacted within the month with your new Prayer Partner’s information. Partner with another woman of Covenant in prayer. Tailor the prayer times to meet your schedules. Pray with someone younger, older or your contemporary. For more information, contact Becky Neve, firstname.lastname@example.org.,
Women's Prayer, Thursdays | 11:30 AM
Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long. Psalm 25:4-6