WOMEN.

COME TOGETHER IN FRIENDSHIP AND GROW IN CHRIST.

We get it—it can be daunting to know how to jump into a women's ministry when you're new.
If you already know what you're looking for, you can keep going and check out our women's groups.
But sometimes, meeting face-to-face is an easier and better way to get connected.

We'd love to take you out to coffee so that we can get to know you a little better, answer any questions you might have about the women's ministry and High Point, and help you take some next steps to finding growth and connection via the women's ministry.

ROOTED.

Rooted is a ministry taught for women by women. Our time is split between a large group teaching taught by a High Point member and small group discussions around your table. We have eight week sessions taught on Sunday mornings, one time evening events, and weekend overnights. Our desire is to come together in deep spiritual friendships and to grow as deeply rooted and substantive disciples of Christ. 
 

WOMEN'S GROUPS.

Monday Evening Bible Study

Mondays // 7 – 9pm in Micah E
Starting February 3

In this small group setting, we will be doing Jen Wilkin's study on 1 Peter.

Questions? Contact Heather Thompson by email or at 608.213.3507.

Women at the Well

Tuesdays // 9 – 11am in Micah A-D
January 7 – May 5

The mission of Women at the Well is to provide an encouraging environment for women to build a multigenerational and multicultural community while serving others and growing in faith. We start in small discussion groups and come together for musical worship at the end. This winter we are studying Chase by Jennie Allen. Childcare is included for infants through preschool, and you can join anytime.

About Chase:
"We’re all chasing after something, something that we think will make us happy - comfort, success, a bigger house, or someone’s approval. But if we are all honest, it feels like trying to catch the wind. 

A man after God’s own heart… As David’s life weaves throughout the pages of Scripture, we see he was a man who spent his life chasing after God. Chase explores the events that defined David’s life and the Psalms that flowed out of those experiences. Through David’s example we’ll discover what God really wants from us."

Registration for the fall is $10.00, which includes the study guide.

REGISTER

Questions? Contact Charity Mahair.

Precepts

Wednesdays // 12:15 – 2:45pm in Micah D
Begins January 8, 2020

In this inductive Bible Study setting, we will be continuing our study of 1 Samuel. In February, we will study the life of David in 2 Samuel and 1 Chronicles. You are welcome to join at any time. 

Questions? Contact Jennie Strutz.

1st and 3rd Fridays // 9 – 11 am in Micah E
September 6 – May 15

Here at MOPS, we gather moms. So, whether you are a soon-to-be mom, first-time mom or seventh-time mom, adoptive mom, young mom, seasoned mom, foster mom, stepmom or any other type of mom, you are welcome here. Check our Facebook page—Madison West Side MOPS—for upcoming events.

Check our Facebook page—Madison West Side MOPS—for upcoming events before September.

Need more info? Contact the MOPS Coordinator.

Tuesdays // 7pm at the Starbucks on Gammon

This group gets together once or twice a month to discuss books and our Christian faith. New members are always welcome!  

What We're Reading:
March 17, 2020: "Daughter of Rome" by Tessa Afshar
April 21, 2020: "First We Have Coffee" by Margaret Jensen
May 19, 2020: "Newton and Polly—A Novel of Amazing Grace" by Jody Hedlund
 

Questions? Contact Lynn Rawhouser.

Thursdays // 6 – 8pm in Room 234
March 26 – June 11 

Sexuality is basic to who we are and God designed it to help us be complete in Him, but often, it instead leads us away from Him into sin and confusion. Together, we will study God's design for sex and His design for us and make peace between the two in our hearts and lives, finding our worth and value in Christ.

We believe that God's will for every Christian is freedom from sexual addiction, sin, and trauma. Forgiven & Free is a place for women to find healing and transformation in the context of a loving community. 

Questions? Contact Amanda Bria.

MENTORING

In 1 Corinthians 11:1, Paul says, “Follow my example, as I follow Christ.” We grow in our relationship with Jesus through relationships with others in the local church. Spiritual mentoring at High Point Church is a way for you to grow in your faith through an intergenerational, spiritual friendship with another woman a few steps ahead of you in life experience.

To get plugged in with a mentor or if you are interested in being a mentor, start by filling out this form. We’ll follow up with you!

STAFF.

Niccole Khail

Director of Music and Worship Arts, Women's Ministry Coordinator