Women's MInistry

we believe women's ministry should be characterized by authenticity, community, celebration, & discipleship.  take a look below at the ways we gather and contact melissa with any questions or if you desire to join our core planning team: melissatucker@sdfcnaz.com.  


    You are invited to join us in attending this year's annual Women's Retreat hosted by the SoCal District of the Church of the Nazarene. 

    To RSVP, fill out the online registration form HERE(Please RSVP by March 1)

    Getting Away:

    Since the retreat is local (which means we get to enjoy a cheaper rate and sleep in our own beds!) we will still try to make it as “retreat-like” as possible by spending time traveling to and from the event, eating meals, and spending free time together.

    Speaker Info:

    This year we will be hearing from Janine Metcalf. Janine is an ordained minister, adjust professor at Nazarene Theological Seminary, and evangelist. She is a frequent speaker on spiritual formation at various workshops and retreats.


    Friday, March 15

    • 5pm: Meet in the Family Life Center for dinner & carpool to Town & Country Hotel after dinner.   
    • 7-8:30pm: Opening Session

    Saturday, March 16

    • 8am: Breakfast at Town & Country
    • 9:15am: General Session
    • 10:45am: Workshops
    • 12pm: Lunch at Town & Country
    • 1pm: Free Time - visit Melissa's new house for Tea & Treats  
    • 5:30pm: Dinner at Town & Country
    • 7pm: General Session

    Sunday, March 17

    • 8am: Breakfast
    • 9:15am General Session

    Payment Info:

    The $150 fee covers your entry into the main sessions, workshops, and all meals at Town & Country. Additional costs include $10 parking per car. The payment deadline is Sunday, March 17.

    To RSVP, fill out the online registration form HERE. (Please RSVP by March 1)

  • Kindred Spirits:  Monthly Women's Book Club

    On the second Wednesday of the month, all women are welcome to join the "Kindred Spirits" book club for a time of fellowship and learning.  Linda Sturak is graciously opening her home for the first book club meeting of the Spring on January 9th from 9:30-11:30am for a discussion of the January book selection.

    The monthly book selections for Spring 2019 are:

    January: Common Ground by Jan Unfried

    February: Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

    March: Saving My Assassin by Virginia Prodan

    April: Between Shades of Gray by Rula Sepetya

    May: The Faith Club by Ranya Idilby

    June: Heart and Soul by Dean Nelson

    For information about joining Kindred Spirits, or if you have any questions about the book club, please contact Tyler Ellison (tyler@sdfcnaz.com)

  • Mothers of Preschoolers: Our MOPS ON THE POINT Group!

    We are so thrilled with our wonderful year of MOPS!  We have two monthly meetings. First Friday mornings & Third Thursday evenings.

    To RSVP for the 2018-2019 MOPS Season, please fill out our RSVP FORM.


    MOPS meetings are a time to connect with other parents, learn from women in our community, grow in discipleship, and enjoy a space of rest and care. Childcare for children ages 0-4 will be provided. 

    Meetings take place from 9-11am on the first Fridays of the month and 7-8:30pm on the third Thursdays of the month. If you would like more info or to join the email list, please contact MOPS Coordinator, Kayla Walker, at MOPSonthePoint@gmail.com.