Believers Fellowship – Mens and Womens Groups
Need some guy time? Looking for a chance to talk to other Christian women? There is something to be said about getting together with other men & women to find encouragement in your faith.
Have you noticed how women love to be together? Our women’s small groups are an important part of community life for many. Whether it’s a Mom’s group for mothers of preschoolers, a Bible study, a fellowship or service group, women of all interests and life situations can find place to love, grow, serve and connect with others. For current offerings, please download the Women’s Ministries Brochure. You can also check them out on our Church Center Groups Page.
For more information about our groups, contact Emily Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our men know how to challenge each other in the faith, and they know how to laugh together over a great cup of coffee. We have a men’s book study group that meets early on Wednesday mornings. We also have a precepts study that meets on Monday evenings. There will be a Men’s Retreat at Fort Worden on May 13-15. Feel free to check them out on our Church Center Groups page.
For more information, contact Jeremiah Hinton at email@example.com.
If you want to volunteer at Believers Fellowship, we have many opportunities. Contact one of the ministry directors or take a look at our Service Groups Brochure and find your place. If you are ready to sign up, check out all the volunteer opportunities on our Church Center Groups page.
Believers Fellowship Counseling
Believers Fellowship recognizes that healthy relationships are key to human flourishing. Those struggling within their marriage, and/or struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety or anything else, are encouraged to seek out Christians within the body with whom to share their struggles. “But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin” (1 John 1:7). Elders, Women’s Ministry leaders, Life Group leaders, and others within the body may all be sought out for assistance. To be a Christian is to struggle. Burdens are not meant to be born alone.
Additionally, Believers Fellowship recognizes and celebrates the role that professional counseling has played in transforming the lives of individuals and marriages within our body.
If you have seen a counselor in the local area, we would love for you to fill out this anonymous five-minute survey.
As we hear feedback from others within our church, we plan to maintain a list of excellent counselors to recommend.
The healing and growth that comes from excellent counseling is well-worth the emotional and monetary cost. Many health insurance plans cover the cost of counseling, but some do not. Regardless, we do not want finances to get in the way of counseling for those who are part of our church. The Counseling Fund may be used to provide partial counseling reimbursement to those who need it. This fund may be replenished anonymously by anybody at any time via designated giving.
We understand the sensitive nature of counseling. Chad Van Someren and Camille Wade would love to talk confidentially to anyone about the benefits of counseling, answer any billing or partial reimbursement questions, or hear feedback regarding counselors in the area. Click or tap here to read a document prepared by Camille which explains some initial steps in the counseling process.
Chad Van Someren: firstname.lastname@example.org; 253-306-2248
Camille Wade: email@example.com; 360-631-7423