The women’s ministry of Christ The King, exists under the Session, so that all women in every season of life may know Christ personally and endeavor to extend the Kingdom at home, church, workplace, community and world.
Our mission is to minister to and equip women through Bible studies, fellowship, in-reach, outreach and other opportunities to develop authentic relationships with Christ and others.
Thursday evening 6:15-8pm
Wednesday morning 9:30-11:30am
Spring Wednesday Morning Bible study
on Romans by Sarah Ivill
Starting Wednesday, January 12
Thursday Evening Bible study will begin Essential Truths of the Christian Life by RC Sproul on Thursday, March 3, 2022. The study begins at 6:15pm.
The Women’s Ministry Spring Kickoff will be Saturday, March 19, from 9:30am-12pm. More details to come.
CTK Women’s 1st Fall Kickoff Fellowship
We heard from two of our ladies on how God has worked and provided in their lives during difficult circumstances.
Women’s Ministry Leaders:
Crystal has a heart to see other women grow in their relationship with the Lord. Christ redeemed her in 1998 and since then she has sought to read and understand the Word in order to serve and teach others about Jesus.
Thursday Night Bible Study leaders:
Elizabeth has been married to Frank for 30+ years. In her spare time, she enjoys sewing and quilting, as well as kayaking.
Wednesday Morning Bible Study Leaders:
Things I love: Jesus, my husband of 30+ years, my four adult children, and living on the NC coast. Things I enjoy: reading, writing, long conversations, hospitality, gardening, and coastal living. Things I detest: heat, humidity, exercise, and seafood.
Ali Hartzler is married to Josh Hartzler. She’s a homeschooling mom to four kids. She enjoys going to the beach, going for walks, and house renovations with her husband.
Anamarie grew up in NOVA (Northern Virginia), where she was a member of the local PCA church for more than twenty-five years. By God’s grace she grew up in a Christian home and came to saving faith in Christ at an early age. Since childhood she has been learning to rejoice in her sufferings, knowing that God sovereignly sanctifies His children through the God-ordained trials of this life. Romans 5:3-5 has been particularly encouraging to her. In these verses we are reminded that followers of Christ can “rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.”
Anamarie attended Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia where she met, and later married her husband, Tim. She and Tim have five children and have been living in Wilmington for over ten years. It has been an honor and our pleasure to have been a part of Christ the King since its inception. She enjoys reading on several topics, baking (especially when it turns out well), making her own tinctures, foraging for nutrition sake, going to the beach and traveling with the family. Tim serves as an elder and she works with the Wednesday morning women’s Bible study. We enjoy practicing hospitality, especially over a good meal. We hope to get to know you better!