women's ministries

No matter where you are in life - single or married, in the preschool, teen or empty-nester years, college age, in a career or retired - there is a place for you in Women's Ministries. We invite you to prayerfully consider the opportunities available at Lakeside as we grow together in the Lord. 

Our goals are to encourage women in every season of life to develop and maintain a vital relationship with Jesus Christ. To provide opportunities to build friendships with other women who fellowship at Lakeside Bible chapel and to encourage every woman in the use of her spiritual gifts.

"To prepare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ." Ephesians 4:12-13

ladies bible studies

Our goal is to help women grow in their knowledge of God's living and active Word. But information alone is not enough--we seek transformation--and so our focus is also on practical application of God's Word to our lives. These Bible studies have a variety of formats that include personal study and group discussion/interaction. 

A new believers study is meeting at the home of Barb Galster most Mondays from 7:00-8:30 pm. This is an excellent way to encourage new believers in their faith and explain the beliefs of the Christian faith. Please contact Barb Galster for more information on this study at: bgalster@hotmail.com or 586-530-2946.   

We are currently reading the devotional "100 Days to brave" by Annie F. Downs. This is a short daily devotional that encourages all of us to be brave and confident and to move forward with the plan God has for us. Our first get together to share/discuss/support each other is January 30th from 7:30 to 9:00 at Natalie Minaudo's home. Other dates are Thursday, March 1st and Tuesday, April 10th. All ladies are welcome to attend no matter where you are in the book.     

ladies prayer time

We are encouraged and blessed as we uplift each other in prayer. Our small prayer groups meet on Saturday mornings.  We would love for you to join us. 

ladies craft night

Build relationships with other women while working on a craft or project or just come and visit. Women bring their own project to work on, but if you would like to learn a new craft such as knitting or crocheting, there are teachers willing to assist you. Craft night is scheduled once a month at the chapel from 7:00 pm -.9:00 pm in the conference room.

Contact Geri Mielke at: cardmakergeri@gmail.com or 586-533-9354 for more information or any questions you may have. 

ladies book club

Connect with women of all ages who share a common interest in reading. Our club meets four times per year for an informal and sometimes lively discussion accompanied by brunch and dessert. Selections alternate between contemporary fiction and non-fiction books with spiritual themes. Readers are welcome to join at any time. Bring a friend!

Our next ladies Book Club selection is "The Shift" by MaryAnne Conner. "The true story of how one businesswoman left everything behind and changed the lives of thousands." Sign up in the foyer or purchase on digital download.  

Please contact Teresa Anderson at mtander1502@yahoo.com to order a book or for more information. 

Previous book club selection s include:

"Leota's Garden"  by Francine Rivers

"When the Morning Glory Blooms" by Cynthia Ruchti

ladies night out

Approximately every other month, ladies meet together to relax, get to know each other and simply have some fun. Whether we are going out to dinner, seeing a play, taking a garden tour, or having a game night, good times and fellowship are always enjoyed. Ladies of all ages are welcome!

Our previous ladies night out was a trip to the Baldwin Theater in Royal Oak to see "Sister Act".  We also enjoy hosting a ladies game night where all ladies are invited to share in a time of fun, fellowship and food! 

ladies retreat

Our 2017 ladies retreat was held Friday, October 20 - Sunday, October 22 at  Geneva Camp and Retreat center in Holland Michigan. The theme for this year's retreat was FEARLESS!  We spent time learning about the kinds of fear we experience, what God says about fear and how to conquer it. The women who attended were encouraged by God's word. New friends were made and connections strengthened by the end of the weekend.