WOMEN'S CO-OP

When you hear the word “co-op,” you might think of a farmer’s market on a perfect summer’s day. In this image, there might be one woman with a stand of home-grown heirloom tomatoes cut from her own vines, another woman with a table full of honey she’s collected from her beehives, and another woman with zucchini and bags of green beans that she went out and pulled just that morning from her garden. Each woman has something good and rich to offer to the others.

That’s what we think of when we hear the word “women’s ministry” at our church. Each woman brings what she has and offers it in ministry to the other women. In the Women's Co-op at Easthaven Baptist Church, every woman matters, every woman puts in the work, and every woman offers who she is in service to the others.

In Women’s Co-op:

  • We find joy in being with one another.
  • We strive to form deep, long-lasting relationships that can weather the worst of storms.
  • We foster an environment where we, as sinful women dependent on Jesus, feel safe to share our weaknesses with one another.
  • We live by God’s kingdom values and hold each other accountable to Christ’s high standards. 

 

 

GET INVOLVED

If you have decided to call Easthaven your home and you’re eager to connect with women through a variety of activities, please let us know! We can be reached at   or through the Church Office. Let us know that you are interested in being a part of our group and we will send you an invitation to join Group Valet, which is a website that shows all Women’s Co-op activities and allows you to sign up to participate.

 

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ARE YOU A YOUNG MOM?

We know the value of having a supportive community, especially when you’re a mom! If you have young children (5 years and under), join us on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 10-11:30AM in the gym at Easthaven for a play date! If you have questions, please contact the church office.

OUR GOAL AS THE WOMEN AT EASTHAVEN?

TO BE KNOWN.

“Spiritual friendship is eagerly helping one another know, serve, love, and resemble God in deeper and deeper ways.”  -Timothy Keller