Circle of Joy Women’s Fellowship
A monthly gathering for women of all ages, the ladies of the Circle of Joy together support one another, needs within the church, and missions locally and internationally. The monthly programs are planned by women within the Circle of Joy. Refreshments are also provided by women in the group. Please refer to the church calendar for upcoming event details.
MOPS (Mothers Of Preschoolers)
A ministry for mothers of infants, toddlers, and/or preschoolers in the throes of motherhood. Do you just need a break away from the kids? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to talk with other moms experiencing what you are going through? Would you like to be able to grow in your faith? At MOPS, you can do all of these!
Come to Leighton Church every other Thursday morning from 9:30-11:30 a.m. from September 20, 2018 to May 23, 2019 to take a break, get refreshed, energized, and encouraged in your faith. Child care provided through the MOPPETS program; a fun, preschool-style atmosphere where kids can play, create, and learn about Jesus.
Registration is always open for MOPS. Download the MOPS and MOPPETS Registration Forms (one for you, Mom, and the other for your kids participating in MOPPETS) and send along with payment to: MOPS, c/o Leighton Church, 4180 2nd Street, Caledonia, MI 49316 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is $20.00 for Leighton MOPS group and an additional $31.95 for MOPS International Membership (optional) which provides annual membership to MOPS, subscription to MOPS magazine, curriculum, and more! Make checks payable to Leighton Church. Scholarships are available. Questions about MOPS? E-mail email@example.com
This year’s theme is “Find Your Fire.” Check out the video for a summary of the theme.
WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Thursday evenings in the Leighton Church Library from 6:30-8:00 p.m. January 10-February 28th.
All women are invited to come for an evening of fellowship and study of the Book of Romans.
Romans Chapters 8-16: Study begins January 10, 2019
Why study Romans? Well, everyone wants to be all right – to be in right standing or “righteous.” We want to be right in the eyes of the law of our land, so we stay out of trouble. We want to be righteous in the eyes of those we respect and those we live among so we act, speak and dress in ways which are expected and acceptable. But there is another, far better righteousness-the righteousness that Paul’s letter to the church in Rome is all about. It is a righteousness which we all need, which all those other righteousnesses are pointers to, which changes and liberates every aspect of our lives.
It is to be right with God-to enjoy knowing him now, and to be able to look forward to enjoying knowing him forever. Paul’s teaching about this gift of being right with God will lead us to discover why, however religious we may be, we are not naturally righteous; how it is that, in Christ, God makes the unrighteous righteous.
Friends and family welcome! Sign up here to attend this study. Books are $7.00 each. Payment is due at the first meeting.