Women of Grace

A Place for All Women

Women of Grace play an integral part in whom Grace is as a church and in each other’s lives. Women from all walks of life come together to learn, study the Bible and engage in authentic community. We do this through Women’s Edition, Real Moms, GO Groups, special events and retreats. 

Events & Retreats

Coffee & Conversation with Celestin Musekura

Tuesday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 12 at 10:00 a.m.
146th Street Campus

Celestin Musekura, president and founder of ALARM (African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries) will be joining us to talk about what keeps Celestin and the ALARM team going as they serve alongside hundreds of African leaders to bring hope, healing and restoration to Rwanda and the surrounding area. The evening will be filled with stories of God working in and through our partnership with ALARM. Everyone is invited!
Register for Tuesday       Register for Wednesday

Women's Habitat for Humanity Build

June 2, Time TBD

Plan now to join a team of women in an all-day Habitat for Humanity Build. Details coming soon.

Women's Serve Noblesville

July 1, Time TBD

Join other Women of Grace in helping keep Noblesville clean and beautiful. Details coming soon.

Unplugged Retreat

Fridays: March 24 & June 2

Unplug from the world and spend a day reconnecting with God through one of two tracks:

  1. The Unplugged Track. Led by Ron Stohler, Pastor of Adult Ministries & Discipleship, this track allows you to unplug from the world around you and spend a day reconnecting with God. This is a time to listen, reflect, rest and restore your soul. Register here.

  2. The Enneagram Track. Led by David Bell, Pastor of Leadership Development, this track uses an assessment based on nine distinct personality types to help you discover your strengths, weaknesses, and how God wants you to use them in His kingdom work. David will take you through the Enneagram and be available for one-on-one consultation. You will first need to register for Unplugged, then take the Enneagram online and send your results to Beth Bertino prior to the retreat. 

Register for Unplugged

Women's Studies

Women’s Edition  

146th Street Campus
January 10/11 – March 21/22
Tuesdays from 7:00–8:30 p.m.  
Wednesdays from 9:30–11:30 a.m.  

Fishers Campus
January 17 – March 28
Tuesdays from 7:00–8:30 p.m.  

Join us for a ten week study of God’s love as we engage with Scripture and discuss the book, Embracing the Love of God: The Path and Promise of the Christian Life by James Bryan Smith. Experience the life-changing discovery that you are loved by the God of the universe. Imagine: no more pretending, no more proving, no more hiding! You’ll never be the same. Each week, you’ll hear from our teaching team, spend time with your small group talking about life and faith, and have the opportunity to engage with God through at-home study materials. For more information, contact juliem@gracechurch.us. Registration is $20. 
Watch Women's Edition messages here.


Real Moms 

146th Street Campus
January 18/19 – May 3/4
Wednesdays from 9:30–11:30 a.m.  
Thursdays from 9:30–11:30 a.m.   

Being a mother brings both incredible joy and countless responsibilities. Why not take a break and find fresh insight, encouragement and lasting friendships with other moms? Real Moms is a place where moms of little ones (elementary-age and younger, childcare is available) are free to be themselves and ask questions about life and faith. Each week, you’ll enjoy breakfast, gain insight on practical topics, and share laughter and connection with your small group. For more information, contact amyb@gracechurch.us. Registration is $15. Childcare has reached capacity both mornings in Real Moms (contact buffym@gracechurch.us to be put on the waitlist).


Children's Program 

Moms participating in any Wednesday or Thursday morning offering may enroll their children (infant - 5th grade). This program encourages children to grow in their relationship with Jesus through scripture-based curriculum, storytelling, crafts, snacks, worship and fun-filled playtime. Registrations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Payment is required when registering. We never want financial difficulty to prevent anyone from joining us. To inquire about financial assistance, contact amyb@gracechurch.us. Fees are as follows:

  • Wednesday AM Women's Edition: $90/child or $180 for 2+ siblings

  • Real Moms: $120/child or $240 for 2+ siblings  

GO Groups

GO Groups are designed to launch small groups of women into the kingdom mission by coming alongside those struggling to meet basic needs, lending practical help to like-minded organizations and tangibly expressing the heart of God through service. There are no registration fees to participate in a GO Group and each group requires registration.

Meets Once A Month

Rally around leaders in Rwanda who have been selected to participate in the ALARM Women’s Leadership Training Institute (WLTI). We hope to increase the awareness of the challenges and opportunities of African women, raise funds for WLTI conference participants and provide teams who will assist in facilitating the conferences in Rwanda. Learn more at africanwomensleadershiptraining.org. Contact Corinne Gunter at corinneg@gracechurch.us.

2nd Mondays from 6:30–8:00 p.m.
4th Saturdays from 9:30–11:00 a.m.

Create handmade items like blankets, scarves, and baby items for various not-for-profit organizations. Contact Stacy Turley at gracefulhandsgogroup@gmail.com or 317.371.1029.

2nd Thursdays from 9:30–11:30 a.m.

Send encouraging notes to families who are grieving the death of a loved one. Contact Beth Bertino at bethb@gracechurch.us.

All year around

Prepare an occasional meal for homeless teens or a Grace family struggling with illness or extenuating circumstances. Participate as you are able. If you would like to join this group, contact Julie Meiners at 317.580.2779 or juliem@gracechurch.us.

Select Thursdays & Saturdays

Meets twice per month on a Thursday evening and Saturday mornings. Contact Michelle Williams at recreategogroup@gmail.com for specific dates. Create crafty Pinterest projects by repurposing a variety of materials. Finished goods are donated through the Grace Care Center and other organizations. 

Dates Vary

Serve with Hamilton County Habitat for Humanity to build homes for deserving families. Assist with one or two builds each year. Contact corrineg@gracechurch.us for more info and to signup.

Resources & Media

To listen to past messages and for a list of resources, visit the Resources page.