Our Women’s Bible Study has become one of the foundational pieces of Eastridge’s women’s ministry. We would love to get to know you better through our bible study and our small groups.
ISSAQUAH BIBLE STUDY: “The Roman’s Road” by Cheryl Jamison
The book of Romans shows us God’s heart toward us and the reminder that “Who we are is more important to God than what we do.” There is a greater emphasis on being rather than doing. Although none of us are given a care free life without “doing,” we are reminded that the power of “being” brings revelation, fulfillment and peace. Join us on the journey of grace as we travel the Romans Road together this winter in our women’s Bible study in Issaquah.
Beginning January 17 in Issaquah. Wednesdays at 9:30am and 7pm in the Worship Center. Course materials: free.
Savor the Season 2018
An evening of flavors, festivities and friendship.
Two Evenings: November 12 -OR- 13
Eastridge Church – Issaquah Campus
Doors open at 5:00 pm for table viewing.
Program begins at 7:00 pm.
You are invited to be a part of an evening of flavors, friendship and faith. This evening includes 70 tables to preview decorated in a variety of holiday and event decor. Sampling of 10 food items with take home recipes and gift included. Special music and words of inspiration to kick off your holiday season. Program starts promptly at 7:00 pm.
Tickets go on sale in October. Check back for more details!
EXPRESSIONS WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
Eastridge Women’s Conference brings you a message to remind you that God loves you and has created you with purpose, precision and promise. This exciting gathering of women is a beautiful mix of all ages, backgrounds, and women from every season of life; Daughters, sisters, aunties, moms and grandmas… who come together with seeking hearts. It is a safe place to be true to who you are and to cheer other women on in their journey!
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The ministry of Helping Hands provides meals for families in need. We make sure that all meals are delivered in a timely manner with consideration for any allergy concerns and general tastes of the family. The leaders of this program are very structured and provide diligent oversight and stewardship for this ministry. Your participation in this extension of women’s ministry is much needed and appreciated.
If you need a meal for your family please contact the church office. If you are interested in participation as a “meal-maker” please contact: Chris Emmett, Helping Hands Coordinator, email.