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The Women's ministry of Coggin Ave. Baptist Church exists to make disciples among our ladies of all ages. Our aim is to empower the women of our congregation to live in the freedom and grace that Christ has given us by offering opportunities for worship, fellowship, service, and mission. We hope to provide relevant and thought provoking events that will stir the hearts of our women toward a committed relationship with Christ. 

"But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen (2 Peter 3:18)."


SUMMER 2019 Studies

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Lord, I Want to Know You by Kay Arthur
Wednesday  mornings  9:30-11:00a
Begins Wednesday June 5th
Led by Sandra Fussell
fussellpartyof2@gmail.com

In this insightful study of God's names, Kay will teach you how the names of God connect with our every need. He is our protector in times of vulnerability; our healer in times of illness; and and our provider in times of drought.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION
CONTACT DANIEL ATTAWAY


MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS

MOPS exists to encourage, equip, and develop every mother of preschoolers (Birth - K) to realize her potential as a woman, mother, and leader. MOPS is about celebrating motherhood, meeting needs, making connections, experiencing God's love, and establishing relationships. MOPS exists to meet the needs of every mom from various backgrounds who can have the opportunity to share their life experiences. We desire to help you be the best moms you can be.

Not a Mom of a preschooler? Volunteer!

Our MOPS group has many opportunities for you to serve the Lord and our community. We need volunteers twice a month for our program MOPPETS, where you can love on babies and teach preschoolers how much God loves them! This is an amazing chance to make disciples who will make disciples in the future. If you're interested in volunteering, please following the link below and someone from our MOPS team will contact you.

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