- Phone: (360) 733-1337
- Mailing Address:
4173 Meridian St,
Bellingham, WA 98226
Services: Saturdays at 6 PM Sundays at 9:30 & 11:15 AM
Services: Sundays 10:00 AM
Services: Sundays at 10:00 AM
Service: Sundays at 10:30 AM
Services: Sundays at 9:30 & 11:00 AM
Services: Sundays at 10:00 AM
We are ordinary women from all walks of life. Some of us have a passion to know and love God deeper. Others are just exploring this whole "God thing." Young or old; daughters, moms, grandmothers; married, divorced or single, working inside the home or out - there is a seat at the table for you.
If you have not taken our Spiritual Health Self Assessment, please do so before choosing your next step/class.
Classes & Events
Our studies are designed to help you in your journey with Christ—no matter where you are. We build time in the studies to connect with others growing deeper in God's love. Come find your seat at the table! We provide opportunities to reach out to other women on the same journey. Free childcare is offered for many of our classes.
Find a Mentor
Is there a woman in your life that asks the tough questions, encourages you in your faith, and speaks the truth in love when you need correction? Where do you go for advice when you struggle? A mentor can help you grow in your faith as you share life together through authentic, purposeful relationship.
Our mentor program is currently full. If you are interested in being contacted when mentors become available, please fill out the form below.
Become a Mentor
Jesus modeled discipleship through life-on-life relationship. That's what women's mentoring is all about. We want to pair women who have an established relationship with Jesus with women who are earlier in their faith journey. Through real relationship, mentors will lead another woman deeper in her faith by sharing life together, talking about the stuff that really matters, and helping mentees discover next steps in their spiritual journey. You don't have to have it all figured out to be a mentor. If you've taken the Spiritual Health Assessment and found yourself at Walk or Run in most categories, we'd love to show you how you can be a catalyst in another woman's life. Come learn more at our next informational meeting in October or contact Cassy with questions.
Days For Girls
What if not having sanitary supplies meant days without school, days without income, days without leaving the house? Girls use leaves, mattress stuffing, newspaper, corn husks, rocks, anything they can find...but still miss up to 2 months of school every year. It turns out this issue is a surprising but instrumental key to social change for women all over the world. The poverty cycle can be broken when girls stay in school.
The women of CTK are coming together to make feminine hygiene kits for girls all around the world. There are several ways to help and/or donate supplies. Contact or click for more information.
If you or someone you know has experienced the hurt of a past abortion, Arms of Love is a safe place where you can receive understanding, help and healing. This small group is led by women who have experienced abortion themselves, but now have discovered God’s forgiveness, acceptance and love.
"I was afraid to tell anyone about my abortion, particularly women in my church. It was so freeing to participate in the program and talk through all that I had been feeling with other women that could relate to my experience."
For more information, please contact Stephanie at the Whatcom County Pregnancy Clinic by email or call 360-671-9057. All calls and contacts are confidential. Resources for men are also available.
If you’re like most women, there’s more than one area of life that presents challenges. Some challenges are small, like the road rage you just can’t shake. Some are bigger, like a painful diagnosis, a growing mound of debt, or a shocking betrayal. When an unexpected twist in our story presents itself, how do we as women overcome? When something knocks us down, how can we stay strong and rise back up?
This will be a night of inspiration as we call women to prevail, to hold strong and to overcome.