We want to challenge you to live out your faith with us…serve inside AND outside the walls of RockPointe Church. Our mission field is expansive…our homes, our communities, our workplaces, our schools, and every place we stop in between. It’s a big task and God calls us to do it with joy and grace…so now what?? We invite you to be a part of our Women’s Ministry at RPC. We want to encourage you in your faith and through your struggles. We want to equip you to stand firm in your beliefs through our Bible studies and various fellowship groups. We want to walk alongside you as you strive to enrich your relationships with Jesus Christ, your family and friends. And we want to provide opportunities to put feet to your faith as we engage with our community and serve “the least of these.”

Women’s Bible Studies

Please join us at one of our Bible studies. There are several different studies to choose from. We hope you find one that interests you and will work within your schedule. We look forward to growing in our relationship with Christ together.

Spring 2018 Studies

Mother Daughter Class

Teacher: Kim Burgess
Location: Room 309a
Sundays 8:20-9:05am (ongoing)

This class is intended for Mothers and their Daughters, grades 6-12. Topics and lessons vary throughout the year. Join us as we are currently studying “Unglued: Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotion” by Lysa TerKeurst.

Click HERE to see the myRPC Mother/Daughter study group.

LIFT Class

Teacher: Bobbie Glaser
Location: Room 309a
Sundays 9:15-10:30am (ongoing)

Our Sunday Morning Women’s LIFT (Ladies In Fellowship Together) Class provides a safe and loving environment for all women to be enlightened and encouraged by the truth of God’s Word and to be equipped to share God’s truth with others. Topics and lessons vary throughout the year.

Click HERE to see the myRPC LIFT group.

Beyond Betrayal

Led by Morgan Schmeits
Location: Room 306
Mondays 7:30-9:00pm (ongoing)

This class serves as an on-ramp for women to understand the true nature of their husband’s sexual addiction, and to seek healing in a grace-filled, redemptive way.

Register for this class HERE.

Gospel of John: When God Moved into the Neighborhood

written by Kris Murphy
Starts: January 16 2018
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Tuesdays 6-8pm
Format: Weekly homework, small group discussion, and large group teaching
Cost: $15

Four hundred years. That’s how long it had been since the world had heard from God when the book closed in the end of the Old Testament (Malachi). But then in the “fullness of time” (Galatians 4:4), God stepped down into the world. In the gospels, we open the scene in a new world, a world where God puts skin on and moves into the neighborhood. Does He still live here? Is He in carpool line? In the aisles of Target? In hospitals and memory-care facilities? On college campuses? On social media? In youth athletics? In suburbia? In skyscrapers? At neighborhood bunko parties? At after-work happy hours? In coffee shops? In my neighborhood? Where is He now? What does His Word have to do with me and my world…now…here?

Through looking deeply into the words of John, we:

  •  Meet the hands-on Jesus. John takes us on a journey through Jesus’ life, teaching, miracles, and ultimately, His purpose for putting skin on and jumping into the day-to-day with us. John’s perspective is unique from the other gospels; John was Jesus’ best friend. Who knows you better than your bff?
  • Follow the blueprint. Jesus came to give us the framework for how to live our earthly lives well.
  • Respond to the finished work. From verse one we learn who Jesus is…the Word made flesh. Through the words of John, we are faced with the purpose of this gospel: telling the story of salvation through the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.

He’s still in our ‘hoods today. Our lives are noisy, but as we turn down the static and dig into the gospel of John, His voice gets louder. He’s here. Now. Meet Him. Follow Him. Respond to Him.

For more information or questions, please email rpcwedstudy@gmail.com.

Listen to the study at http://rpcwomen.podbean.com/.

Gospel of John: When God Moved into the Neighborhood

written by Kris Murphy
Starts: January 17, 2018
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Wednesdays 10a-12p
Format: Weekly homework, small group discussion, and large group teaching
Cost: $15

Four hundred years. That’s how long it had been since the world had heard from God when the book closed in the end of the Old Testament (Malachi). But then in the “fullness of time” (Galatians 4:4), God stepped down into the world. In the gospels, we open the scene in a new world, a world where God puts skin on and moves into the neighborhood. Does He still live here? Is He in carpool line? In the aisles of Target? In hospitals and memory-care facilities? On college campuses? On social media? In youth athletics? In suburbia? In skyscrapers? At neighborhood bunko parties? At after-work happy hours? In coffee shops? In my neighborhood? Where is He now? What does His Word have to do with me and my world…now…here?

Through looking deeply into the words of John, we:

  •  Meet the hands-on Jesus. John takes us on a journey through Jesus’ life, teaching, miracles, and ultimately, His purpose for putting skin on and jumping into the day-to-day with us. John’s perspective is unique from the other gospels; John was Jesus’ best friend. Who knows you better than your bff?
  • Follow the blueprint. Jesus came to give us the framework for how to live our earthly lives well.
  • Respond to the finished work. From verse one we learn who Jesus is…the Word made flesh. Through the words of John, we are faced with the purpose of this gospel: telling the story of salvation through the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.

He’s still in our ‘hoods today. Our lives are noisy, but as we turn down the static and dig into the gospel of John, His voice gets louder. He’s here. Now. Meet Him. Follow Him. Respond to Him.

Childcare available for birth-5th grade available. Advance registration required.
Home school study room available.

For more information or questions, please email rpcwedstudy@gmail.com.

Listen to the study at http://rpcwomen.podbean.com/.

Heartbreak to Hope: Good News from Mark

written by Melanie Newton
Starts: January 17, 2018
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Wednesdays 6:15-7:45p
Cost: Free

Let your heartbreak, pain and uncertainty be overcome by hope, healing and love.  This informal study of the good news is perfect for anyone new to the Bible and/or looking for a study with “light” homework.

Childcare available for birth-5th grade available. Advance registration required.
Student programming available for 6th-12th grade. RPC Students

Heartbreak to Hope: Good News from Mark

written by Melanie Newton
Starts: January 18, 2018
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Thursdays 10a-12p
Cost: Free

Let your heartbreak, pain and uncertainty be overcome by hope, healing and love.  This informal study of the good news is perfect for anyone new to the Bible and/or looking for a study with “light” homework.

BSF Satellite Location

Led by BSF
Starts: September 14, 2017
Day/Times: Thursdays 9:20-11am

Please visit their website for more information.

BSF Romans Study Info

BSF Flower Mound Satellite Location Info

Uncontainable

led by Ruth Brock
Starts: January 18, 2018
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Thursdays 6:15-8p
Cost: Free

The gospel is truly uncontainable. Jesus described it as living water welling up within us. Paul compared it to a fragrance emitted as we parade through our world. In Uncontainable, our aim is to increase our spiritual overflow in very practical ways. We will use a variety of materials with some light homework, guest speakers, and videos to study Jesus’ approach with people and develop our own. A little apologetics will equip us to respond to the questions we are afraid of being asked. And, we’re going to bump up our own encounters with God so we will always have something fresh to share.

Childcare available for birth-5th grade available. Advance registration required.

Spiritual Warfare Class November 14th

Spiritual Warfare class on Tuesday, November 14th, led by Debbie Stuart from Hope for the Heart. Visit HERE for more information

Fall 2017 Studies

Mother Daughter Class

Teacher: Kim Burgess
Location: Room 309a
Sundays 8:20-9:05am (ongoing)

This class is intended for Mothers and their Daughters, grades 6-12. Topics and lessons vary throughout the year. Join us as we are currently studying “Unglued: Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotion” by Lysa TerKeurst.

Click HERE to see the myRPC Mother/Daughter study group.

LIFT Class

Teacher: Bobbie Glaser
Location: Room 309a
Sundays 9:15-10:30am (ongoing)

Our Sunday Morning Women’s LIFT (Ladies In Fellowship Together) Class provides a safe and loving environment for all women to be enlightened and encouraged by the truth of God’s Word and to be equipped to share God’s truth with others. Topics and lessons vary throughout the year.

Click HERE to see the myRPC LIFT group.

Beyond Betrayal

Led by: Morgan Schmeits
Location: Room 307
Mondays 7:30-9:00pm (ongoing)

This class serves as an on-ramp for women to understand the true nature of their husband’s sexual addiction, and to seek healing in a grace-filled, redemptive way.

Register for this class HERE.

Bible Literacy: Learning to Know and Love the Scriptures

Led by: Ruth Brock
Location: Room 308
Tuesdays 6:15-7:45pm (ongoing)

The Bible is hard to read for many people for many reasons – its length, strange vocabulary and confusing stories. In spite of that, the Bible is a beautifully designed book. It is a unified story that leads to Jesus and has profound wisdom for us in this modern world. Join us as we go back to basics; reading, studying and discussing the Bible in community. No curriculum, no commentaries; just our Bibles, a journal and a pen.

Nothing But Smoke | A Study of Ecclesiastes

written by Kris Murphy
Starts: August 30, 2017
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Wednesdays 10am-12pm
Format: Weekly homework, small group discussion, and large group teaching
Cost: $15

How do we find meaning, joy, and purpose in life?
-Is it financial success? A fat bank account, good credit, and frequent flier miles?
-Is it wisdom? Self-help books, podcasts, and heady blog posts?
-Is it pleasure? Happy hours, suburbia block parties, and bounce houses?

King Solomon, the author of Ecclesiastes, owned, possessed, and experienced everything the world had to offer. At the end of his full life, he realized it was all “nothing but smoke”.

The Old Testament wisdom book of Ecclesiastes has been described as the “back door of faith”; it deals with the deepest questions that rip through our souls and don’t always feel welcomed at faith’s front door. Ecclesiastes is honest, gritty realism pointing us to only one conclusion:
Apart from God, there can be no true meaning, joy, or purpose. Everything we chase after is nothing but smoke.

Childcare available for birth-5th grade available. Advance registration required.
Home school study room available.

For more information or questions, please email rpcwedstudy@gmail.com.

Listen to the study at http://rpcwomen.podbean.com/.

Nothing But Smoke | A Study of Ecclesiastes

written by Kris Murphy
Starts: August 30, 2017
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Wednesdays 6:15p-7:45pm
Format: Weekly homework, small group discussion, and large group teaching
Cost: $15

How do we find meaning, joy, and purpose in life?
-Is it financial success? A fat bank account, good credit, and frequent flier miles?
-Is it wisdom? Self-help books, podcasts, and heady blog posts?
-Is it pleasure? Happy hours, suburbia block parties, and bounce houses?

King Solomon, the author of Ecclesiastes, owned, possessed, and experienced everything the world had to offer. At the end of his full life, he realized it was all “nothing but smoke”.

The Old Testament wisdom book of Ecclesiastes has been described as the “back door of faith”; it deals with the deepest questions that rip through our souls and don’t always feel welcomed at faith’s front door. Ecclesiastes is honest, gritty realism pointing us to only one conclusion:
Apart from God, there can be no true meaning, joy, or purpose. Everything we chase after is nothing but smoke.

Childcare available for birth-5th grade available. Advance registration required.
Student programming available for 6th-12th grade. RPC Students

For more information or questions, please email rpcwedstudy@gmail.com.

Listen to the study at http://rpcwomen.podbean.com/.

Healthy Living: A study of Colossians & Philemon

Led by: Melanie Newton
Starts: August 31, 2017
Duration: 11 weeks
Day/Times: Thursdays 10am-12pm
Cost: $8

Want to find out if your understanding of Jesus Christ, salvation, or the Christian life is based on man-made tradition or philosophy rather than on biblical truth? Study Colossians and learn how to discern truth from error in what you read, hear, and watch. Dwelling in TRUTH that you can KNOW leads to “healthy living.”

Every week in this class, we will evaluate something from our culture—what we read and hear on social media, billboards, books, news, videos—in light of the TRUTH we are learning in each lesson.

 

BSF Satellite Location

Led by: BSF
Starts: September 14, 2017
Day/Times: Thursdays 9:20-11am

Please visit their website for more information.

BSF Romans Study Info

BSF Flower Mound Satellite Location Info

IF:RPC 2018

February 9-10, 2018

Join us as we take IF:FloMo and branch out to create IF:RPC local. We’d love for you to join us as we host small groups in houses across the area. Please visit IF:Gathering to find a group in your area and register. IF:Gathering registration opens October 17th.

Flourish

Make One Disciple

Are you looking for lasting and meaningful friendships? Would you like to meet with a woman ahead of you in years and wisdom to share her experiences and insights with you? Are you interested in sharing your time and life experiences with a younger woman or student that could benefit from such an investment?

We joyfully invite you to Flourish! Flourish is a discipleship ministry at RockPointe Church that intentionally develops friendships among women from different generations. Women invest in the lives of each other through encouragement, guidance, listening, laughing and loving. The goal is to form lasting relationships that are a source of spiritual and personal support, growth and strength.

Join us as we learn more about Jesus’ commission to make disciples. We encourage you to put aside any notion that you are not qualified to disciple another and discover the simple tools and methods used for successful discipleship. We are all called to a life of discipleship – Jesus equips the called!

A Nita is a woman who is striving to do her best to navigate the seasons & experiences of life through her faith and trust in Christ. She has an active and consistent relationship with Jesus and is godly in conduct. She is willing to listen, share skills, and provide a positive perspective for life experiences in a fun atmosphere. She provides wisdom and offers spiritually sound advice in a safe and fun friendship to a younger woman.

“One of the greatest gifts God gives us is an earthly support system called friendship.” Nita Miller
A Pearl is a woman or young girl who welcomes the insight and knowledge of a more mature woman (Nita). She desires to develop certain skills and/or strengths for her personal, spiritual journey. She is looking for a woman who has dealt with or understands the struggles she now faces. She is willing to ask for what she needs and desires. “Pearl” needs a woman that has lived life longer than her and is willing to have a transparent relationship by sharing what God has taught her in life.

Table 2.4.6

Table 2.4.6. is a place to gather women and share a simple meal and dive deep with people over real stories and Christ centered conversations. A time for a whole lot of laughter – and maybe a few tears – but time spent that leaves us with glad hearts. Full hearts. Grateful hearts.

We’re inviting you to join in by either serving as a table host or coming to a table gathering as a participant. Tables meet once a month.

The vision is: 2 hours; 4 questions; 6 women

(Acts 2:46)

If you are interested in hosting and/or participating in a Table, please email Sarah Rodriguez for details.

Coffee Connection

Interested in meeting and visiting with other RPC women in a casual setting? Bring a friend and join us on the first Saturday of each month for Coffee Connection. Feel free to come and go as you please. Just look for a bunch of ladies and some flamingo decorations.

Meets the 1st Saturday of every month at Corner Bakery in Highland Village. Come and go anytime between 7:30-9am.

Ministry Leader: Jessica Power

MIC Playgroups

Mission: The purpose of MIC Playgroups is to provide age-related playgroups/activities for local moms and their kids, ages birth through preschool. We want to give moms a health, safe, God-centered environment for conversation and fellowship while their children play.

Ministry Leaders: Tammy Lilly or Kathryn Alisentono

She Serves

She Serves is the serving hearts, hands and feet of RockPointe’s Women’s Ministry. We help with church-wide events by providing hospitality, food donation, event preparation, and decoration. Women on the She Serves team are notified via email when needs arise and are then given the opportunity to “sign-up” or “pass.” For more information and/or to join the team, please contact Lisa Kotera at sheservesrpc@gmail.com.

Ministry Leader: Lisa Kotera

Women’s Retreat

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We loved learning to be ANCHORED with you at our annual women's retreat at PINE COVE. "We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure." Hebrews 6:19

Thanks to our wonderful group of photographer volunteers, you can see photos at 2017 Retreat Photos.

We enjoyed "be"ing with you at our annual women's retreat at PINE COVE to BE in the presence of our LORD and HIS creation.

Thanks to our wonderful group of photographer volunteers, you can see photos at 2016 Retreat Photos.

Past Studies

Contact Us

Please email Randi Frucci if you have any questions.