Women's Ministry

TVC Women's Ministry Summer Sessions: Seasons of Change

Please join us for part two of our panel discussion series on the topic of the parent and adult child relationship. We’ll look at the beauty, intricacies and struggles within the relationships between parents and adult children. You’ll get fellowship, seasonal cuisine and some good information. Food for thought and for your belly!

The sessions will consist of a panel-led discussion from a diverse group of TVC ladies who not only have real-life experience, but more importantly draw from a deep desire to have all relationships rooted in God's love and truth. We don’t have it all figured out, we’re just "working out our faith with fear and trembling." However, together within God's community we can grow through education and honesty and a shared desire to help others whenever we can however we can. Even if you aren't currently in this stage of life, you can still glean some good information from the discussion.

Session Two: The Long Walk Home — the Adult Child and Elderly Parent Relationship

Wednesday, July 18
6:30-8:30 pmthe Family Room at TVC Main
(finger foods and dessert provided)

Some of us are already familiar with the tightrope walk that is assisting our aging parent. Others will experience it sooner rather than later. How do we balance trying to give them a voice, some space and dignity with the fact that they now need more care from us? And as the relationship shifts and we find ourselves parenting our parents, how do we mourn those changes and prepare for the ones to come? In this season, questions start to arise like, “Do they need to move out of their home?” “How do I share concerns and responsibility with siblings and extended family?” “What is the next step in the long-term plan?” “Who is helping me as I help them?” and “How do I share God's love with them in this stage of life?”

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Women’s Retreat 2018

On April 25-28, 120 women from TVC gathered at Camp Widjiwagan for our annual Women's retreat. We had a beautiful time of fellowship, small group discussion, worship led by Zach and Maggie White and teaching on the topic of contentment from our own fantastic Kim Thomas. This year, we also had four breakout groups on Saturday morning taught by our small group leaders Bethany Batson, Susan Love, Natalie Walkley and Molly Jones. Our sunny afternoon was spent lounging by the lake, making necklaces, snacking, going on walks, bouncing, zip-lining and napping.

The women also lent their talents to creating pieces of art for two Nashville-based Women’s ministries. Hope Clinic for Women will receive 15 art pieces. Women who receive their services earn points for attending classes and pre-natal visits that they can use in the store to purchase things like onesies, diapers and now art for their nurseries!

An additional 25 art pieces will go to the Freedom Recovery Center of The Next Door for the women who have completed the self-defense classes taught by TVC’s own Josh Johnson. These art pieces will be an encouragement to the ladies to keep working hard, to ignore the lies that run on repeat in their heads and to believe the truths of the Gospel — that they are loved and known and cherished by the God of the universe.It was truly a perfectly full weekend that we will all treasure and draw from for a long time. 

Current Women's Studies

Our Tuesday Night Women’s Study, Wednesday Morning Women’s Study and Wednesday Morning New Moms Study are all on break for the summer. Stay tuned for information on our fall kickoff.

Wednesday Early Morning Women’s Study - A verse-by-verse study on the book of Ephesians at 7 am in the Green Room at TVC East. We will be taking a deep look into Paul’s letter to better understand our riches and responsibility in the body of Christ.

TVC Women On Facebook

All TVC women are invited to join The Village Chapel Women on Facebook. There you’ll find programming information, short devotions and other thoughtful discussion and insights, all initiated by Women’s Ministry team.

Let's Have Coffee

Get involved with TVC's one-to-one women's ministry called "Let's Have Coffee"! In essence, it is bearing witness to each other’s lives, one cup of coffee at a time. The goal is to connect women, most often an older woman (aka a Coffee Host) with a younger woman (aka Coffee Guest), for care, support, encouragement and general communication about life and faith. For more information visit the Let's Have Coffee page.

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