the sisters in faith are...

Women discovering that the LORD is good. We aim to connect ladies to Christ and each other through Bible Studies, Christ centered events as well as common interest activities. Our goal is to stay connected to Christ and other sisters in Christ.


There currently are two women’s Bible Study groups: Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday mornings (known as Women of the Word) at 9:00 a.m. both are in the Gathering Place at Peace.

We would love to see you there! We are excited about what the Holy Spirit brings to this ministry and how God enables us to encourage each other in sisterly love.

Ladies that lunch

On the first Thursday of the month at 11:30am, any Sister-in-Faith (and friend) is welcomed to join us for some good food and good company. We travel to different area restaurants (and pubs) to share a meal and fellowship. We always welcome new faces and new places, so if you’re able, sign-up to join us!

The Sign-up sheet is found on the information desk in the church narthex. 

Ladies that Lunch are staying closer to home in October and going to Señor Luna at 1901 S Calhoun Rd on Thursday, October 4 @ 11:30. Join us for some good Mexican food and great company. We can carpool from the Collage Ave parking lot @ 11:00. Don’t forget to sign up at the info desk!  

Women connected

in prayer

This group brings women closer to God and other ladies of Peace through intercessory prayer. Our purpose is to: Connect women to God through prayer conversation, build relationships between women, and strengthen the faith of each woman through prayers. There is power in prayer!

Contact Sue Getzel for a prayer partner. Or simply drop a slip off in the Women Connected in prayer mail box at church.

the loving

hands quilters

The Loving Hand Quilters meet at church on the third Saturday morning of each month to make quilts of love for the infants baptized at Peace, for members and friends who are hospitalized or home-bound, to send with our Mission Teams, and to meet relief and overseas project needs. Whether or not you can sew, there is always a “piece” for you to help in making a quilt. No experience necessary, just stop by!

Contact Sue Slottke for more information