The women's ministry at Halethorpe Community Church endeavors to create an atmosphere where women can realize spiritual maturity and fellowship, develop their leadership skills, learn from one another and minister in the local church, and community. 


It is our desire that you meet Jesus as your Savior and learn to know Him as your personal Friend. 


The goal of the Women’s Ministries is to model Jesus Christ through meaningful relationships and effective ministries and to encourage, equip, promote and challenge women in their journey as disciples of Jesus Christ. 


Our weekly Bible study is open to all women who have a desire to learn more about the Bible. The group meets on Tuesday Mornings at 9:30am from September through May for a time of Worship, Testimonies, and light refreshments!


Ladies Fellowship Brunches are a time to gather together for food, fellowship and to share our praise and concerns with the Lord. We meet the first Saturday of every other month beginning with January. 


Ladies Night Out is a time of fun for women of all ages. Women need time together to laugh and enjoy each others company and Ladies Night Out gives us the opportunity to do that. The evening includes exciting games, a simple craft, singing our favorite praise songs, a time to reflect on God’s desire for Christian women, and of course food, food, food! 


A committee meets regularly to plan these events. New faces and ideas are always welcome! It is our desire that all women feel welcome. We encourage all to join in the fun and bring friends and family! 


For more information, or to get involved, please see Gwen Lins, Cherish Price, Debbie Riordan, or contact the Church Office!

Upcoming Women's Events

More events to be announced in the near future!

If you would like to be a part of our Women's Ministry Leadership Team, please contact the Church Office!

For our Summer Women's Fellowship, the women of our Church gathered together to make crafts and toys for Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes!

Simple used CD's and Bottle Caps turned into spinning tops which are now ready to go into Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes!