Women's Council aspires to motivate Christian Women in their
walk with Christ. Providing an atmosphere of sharing, understanding
and compassion, we encourage women to fulfill their distinctive
spiritual, emotional and physical potential , rising to a
level of excellence through God's love and guidance.
are held on the third Saturday afternoon of the month to provide
worship, a devotional, and a time fellowship and planning.
Ministers and Deacon's Wive Guild- The Minister's and Deacon's wife is called to be part of the total ministerial service of her husband. Together, they should pursue the will of God, the development of their leadership skills and their opportunity to serve humanity. Christ will make His Will for their ministry known. It is a call to bring the good news of salvation to the lost and hurting. It is the joy of bringing hope and healing to a weary world.
The Minister's or Deacon's wife has a special call to the service she renders. The clear need of the church today is for spiritual leadership which can inspire confidence to accomplish the divine mandate: "To be teachers of sound doctrine..." The touch that the woman brings to her husband's ministry is inestimable and irreplaceable. She provides the ingredients for enrichment and fulfillment which can inspire, motivate, enlighten and strengthen the very fabric of the spiritual life of her ministerial or deacon husband and the congregation he shepherds. The wife provides the balance, discernment, sensitivity and nurturing essential for growth and blessing.
are held every month to provide an opportunity for newcomers
to fellowship and get to know the Christ Temple Church congregation.
Welcomes the visitors at the Sunday Morning Worship service. Writes Follow-Up letters to visitors. Sends get-well, birthday and sympathy cards. Makes up and distribute food baskets to the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Greets out-of- town visiting Churches and assist in making them feel welcome and comfortable. Prepares and serves dinners or snacks after special services.
MOTTO: "Use hospitality one to another without grudging." (I Peter 4:9)