Women on the Path Ministries

No less than men, women are created in God’s image, treasured by their Creator, and deserve respect. Scripture shows that women played vital roles in the earthly ministry of Jesus and the growth of the early Church. Recognizing their continued worth today, we delight in helping women of all ages reach their potential in Christ, and offer many opportunities for them to lead and serve. Our history as a church family is a rich testimony to the unique giftedness they bring to the body of Christ. Some of the ways they serve include children’s and women’s Sunday School classes, kids clubs, women’s Bible studies and compassion ministries. Covenant holds regular luncheons, retreats and special activities where women grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ.

Annual Event

Ladies Annual Brunch/Lunch – Always the Saturday before Mother’s Day.
This year’s event is May 7, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. We’ll have a special speaker, great food and special desserts. There will be drawings for prizes, too! Invite friends and neighbors. Please R.S.V.P. to the church office (313-535-3100) by 5/4/22. This is a free event. A love offering will be taken to help offset expenses.

Monthly Event

Ladies’ Prayer Breakfast – Usually the fourth Saturday of the month at Covenant Community Church, Myers Hall. Starts at 10 a.m. All women are welcome. (Our last prayer breakfast will be in June, we will resume in September.)

Current Bible Studies:

Beginning April 28, 2022 on Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. 

An 8-week study,
Saying Yes in the Darkness by Theresa Swanstrom Anderson. You may attend either the 10 a.m. or the 6:30 p.m. study. Books are available for purchase at Amazon or NavPress for $17.99 each plus tax and shipping.

“Whatever hard thing we’re facing, we have a choice to walk with God… or not. We can say yes in the darkness or we can let the darkness envelop us. People love the Psalms for their passages of praise, but they’re also known for lament. This study is about that in-between space – walking from the lament into the praise. How do we walk through the difficulty and live in expectation that He will move, believing we will see light because He is the Light? Yes, this is a study about the Psalms. But it’s more than that. It’s seeing the fuller picture. It’s finding the light in it all.”