Women at St Charles Campus
Women need community, encouragement, and friendship as they become passionate disciples of Jesus who are belonging, growing, serving, and reaching.
Opportunities at the St. Charles Campus include:
We would love to connect you to a Women's Community Group. Click the button below to see the list of groups that are available!
Feb 21 & 22- Winter Thaw A Women's Event- with Jen Pollock Michele
Divorce & Separation Care
Find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. St. Charles' Divorce Care is a friendly and caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.
Surrender & Win
St. Charles' recovery group is open to those in recovery from any type of addiction or excessive behavior(s). It is a safe, confidential place to be heard and understood. This specific group is for those who have addictions and pain with a deep desire to get well and move toward a new life.
Grieving the loss of a loved one? Join us for a St. Charles Campus workshop that provides a safe environment for grieving adults to find comfort and peace in their journey toward spiritual and emotional healing.
Alpha is for everyone who wants to explore life's big questions. All are welcome to join! (Registration is required for this course.) Alpha is a 10-week series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith. No pressure. No follow up.
Dodgeball - Duck, dive, and. . .dodge! Every Thursday from 7:30-8:45pm in the St. Charles Campus Gymnasium.
Volleyball - Bump, set, and spike to new levels of play and camaraderie every Monday from 6-9:30pm in the St. Charles Campus Gymnasium.
Women's Fitness - PostureFit is a fitness program with a focus on core strength, best posture, flexibility and balance.Classes will be held from 6:30-7:30pm on Thursdays in St. Charles campus gymnasium.
Golf - Our exciting Women's Golf League runs May through August.
JOB TRANSITIONS WORKSHOP
Each 5-week workshop is designed to help inventory capabilities, give a personal assessment, and identify immediate steps (financial, emotional, spiritual) to develop a customized search process. You will cover the emotional side of job loss, resumé development, effective networking, working with search firms, preparing for interviews, and negotiating employment offers.