Women of Aurora
As the women of Aurora, we do ministry throughout the entire church, but often come together under our common bond of womanhood for special events, service projects and Bible studies. In doing so we build friendship and community, while coming to better know the Savior we serve. Join us at any of our upcoming events! And if you’re interested in volunteering with us, please contact Suzanne Vanderwerff at [email protected] or 206-890-0654.
Coffee for Six is a monthly part of our Women’s Ministry here at Aurora! On the third Saturday of each month at 10:00 am women of all ages meet at local coffee shops to fellowship with one another. Each month an invitation to RSVP will go out via email, those who respond will be grouped with 5 other women. Each group will have a host that will contact you to let you know where you will be meeting that month. This ministry is a great way to meet other women in the church that you may see on Sunday mornings but haven’t had a chance to meet and fellowship with yet. We have had so much fun chatting over coffee each month and hope that you will join us in the future! Don’t worry if you can’t make it every month, this is something that is easy to jump in and out of any time. Contact Kathleen Buchanan if you have questions. Sign up HERE.
The gift of a meal is a huge blessing to those recovering from an illness or surgery and it is paramount to a family who is welcoming a new child into their home. If you want to be apart of this vital service to your Aurora family email or call Kim Brown (206-355-3630).
Do you hunger for a verse by verse study of God’s Word? Are You Living a Faith Applied, or a Religion Petrified?
Do you believe in Jesus but you’re just not sure about the whole “Bible thing”? Have you tried reading the Bible, and you just get bored? When someone says “Bible study,” do you want to run and hide? Well, then, your time is now! In the book of Acts, we will look at all the geo-political, ethnic and social tensions of the day. We will learn skills of cross-cultural communication & engagement, as well as peace-building. And we will learn how the Church, at its best, is always defined by what it was for, not against: especially in the anything-goes port cities of Ephesus, Corinth and…Seattle. This is a story you don’t want to miss, for it is the story of a promise-keeping God Who invites us to find our story in His. It is the story of believers so excited to understand, engage and apply the living person of Christ that they could not help but speak about what they had seen and heard. Come study how the early Church lived a faith applied, not a religion petrified!
Book of Acts meets Sundays 9am-10am beginning Sept23rd taught by Dr. Chris Seiple.