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  • Phone:
    (309) 713-1700
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  • Address:
    401 Cimmeron Dr.
    East Peoria, IL 61611

Service Times

  • Sunday: 9:00a, 11:00a, & 4:30p

Modeling a Deep Desire for Jesus

UPCOMING EVENTS | RESOURCES

The Women’s Ministry of Summit Point Church is passionate about coming alongside the women of the church to help build a deeper desire for Jesus. The vision of Summit Point is to build complete disciples primarily through the Sunday morning worship experience and impact groups. Our goal is not to detract from that vision, but to enhance and supplement the purpose of the church. 

We want to worship together, to study God’s word together, and to face life’s issues together.

In order to do that, we provide two opportunities per ministry year to come together as a large group where we worship the Lord through music and God’s word. Not only do we worship together at those meetings, but we are intentional about encouraging each other and sharpening one another. 

Continuing with that passion, we have study groups twice a year where we study God’s word. Each study group includes a teaching time and discussion groups led by a woman who cares for the members of the group through prayer and encouragement. We laugh together, share with each other, comfort one another, and ultimately seek to glorify the Lord side by side.

Our hope and prayer is that, whether involved in the large group time or the study groups, each woman will leave different than she came – closer to the Lord, closer to each other (Romans 15:5-6 ).

UPCOMING AND CURRENT EVENTS 

The truth is so simple and yet so hard to comprehend. What is this truth that cannot be refuted? The truth is that Jesus overcomes and overpowers hopelessness. The question is, how do we embrace this truth so that it changes how we think, speak, and live? “May the simple truth of His hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in HOPE” (Romans 15:13). 


RESOURCES

You can listen and download resources from past studies below: