Women of Grace


“May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you a spirit of unity among yourselves as you follow Christ Jesus, so that with one heart and mouth you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”  —Romans 15:5-6


Grace Redeemer’s Women’s Ministry exists to help women live God-centered lives. We encourage one another to live Christ-like lives of grace and truth—marked by unity, mercy, love, prayer and ministry. Our vision is that each woman of GRC would daily and intimately experience Christ’s life-changing love so she reflects Christ’s light to a lost and dying world.


These events are easy ways to meet other women in GRC and forge friendships in the family of God. For more information on any of them, e-mail women@graceredeemer.com. Please RSVP at Grace Online or by e-mail.


Bible studies will resume on September 11 & 12. We meet at GRC on Mondays 7:30– 9:00 pm and Tuesdays 9:30– 11:00 am. Childcare is available on Tuesdays for a small fee if you request it when you register.

We will be studying the Gospel of John with a study guide by Kathleen Nielson. She writes that “John may be the most artful and poetic of the gospels; it demands and rewards study of its literary shape, the power of its metaphors (e.g., the I ams). John sums up his Gospel’s message as ‘so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name’ (John 20:31).”



2018 Women’s Retreat:

  • Dates: May 4 & 5 – No overnight stay
  • Speaker: Megan Hill
  • Location: 21 Harristown Road, Glen Rock NJ
  • Retreat topic: Praying Together
    Talk 1: The Foundations of Praying Together
    Talk 2: The Fruits of Praying Together: Love and Discipleship
    Talk 3: The Practice of Praying Together: Church, Home, and Community

2017 Women’s Retreat:

  • Dates: May 5 & 6 (Friday evening to Saturday afternoon)
  • Location: Star Lake Lodge, Bloomingdale, NJ
  • Speaker: Courtney Doctor
  • Topic: Transformed! God’s Word is meant to do more than merely inform us — it is meant to
    transform us. Join us as we look at the great mercies of God, our right response to those
    mercies, as well as how they transform us. Through our study, we will see that our
    transformation does not end with ourselves, but that it is also an invitation to join God in his
    amazing plan of redemption. Join us as we seek to be transformed by the Word of God!

2016 Women’s Retreat:

Our 2016 retreat was with Kathleen Buswell Nielson, who spoke on the Gospel of John. Her messages can be heard by clicking the links below.

Jesus the Word Made Flesh (John 1 & 20)
Jesus the Bread We Eat (John 6)
Jesus the Lord Cooking Breakfast (John 21)