• Stay Connected Online!

      Even though we are apart due to social distancing from Covid-19, we are still connected online.

      Our Moms group #MomLife is still meeting online through Facebook. To view our weekly broadcasts and connect with other moms email Courtney at [courtney.gager@gmail.com]

      Our Bible studies and community groups are meeting through Zoom. There is always room for you! To join a Zoom community group or Bible study email Carol at [carol@myfac.org]

      Follow us on Facebook or join the Women’s Ministry group on the Hub to receive updates and resources from the Women’s Ministry Director, Carol Batten.

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Women at FAC

At FAC, we provide opportunities for women to connect, relax, engage, and grow. We offer Bible studies, groups for moms, discipleship groups, and special events—all of which are designed to help women connect to God and His plan for their lives. Staying connected also offers support and encouragement from other women when you need it most. God’s Word is the foundation of each of our women’s ministries at FAC. 

Not sure where to start?

From moms to women just looking for a place to connect—we have something for you. Consider these opportunities and more below:

  • Are you a busy mom? Life can get overwhelming. Maybe your 5-year-old just wiped his nose on your new jeans, or your teenage daughter had an emotional breakdown for the 7th time in one day. If you can relate, #MomLife may be for you.
  • Do you feel a desire to study God’s word, but feel stuck in how to do it or where to start? Consider joining a Women’s Bible Study.
Carol Batten

Women’s Ministries Director
Phone: 609-953-7333 x 109
E-mail: carol@myfac.org

Fresh Hope: Encouragement for Single Moms

Fresh Hope connects single moms to God’s love through friendships, encouragement, and support. All single moms are invited to attend Fresh Hope meetings for dinner, teaching, connection, and fun. This group meets one Sunday evening a month during the school year from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Dinner is provided for moms and their children. After dinner, from 6:00 to 8:00, groups are available for children and youth through eighth grade, including Kid BLAST Clubs and Middle School Youth Group. Childcare is provided for children too young to participate in the FAC programs. All children must be registered one week prior to the Fresh Hope meeting.

Note: If you have a child with special needs, we have a process in place to ensure your child’s safety and best care. When you register, indicate that you have a child with special needs and someone will contact you.


#MomLife is a program for moms of babies through high schoolers. At #MomLife meetings you can expect a great breakfast, helpful lessons related to marriage and raising children, and time to connect with other moms. We’re all for honest sharing and transparency because the reality is that being a mother can sometimes be very hard. Attending #MomLife can provide you with friendships, spiritual growth, and encouragement. We meet two times a month during the school year for the fall and winter semesters. Childcare is available.

#MomLife is a great place to bring your neighbors! Scholarships are available.

Courtney Gager

Bible Studies

Our bible studies are classes that include teaching, interaction, and small group discussions. We offer study topics of all kinds, so choose a topic that interests you. Bible studies are held for three semesters throughout the year. Costs for each class vary based on what’s included and materials. Scholarships are available.

Carol Batten
609-953-7333 X 109

Mentor Moms

Mentor Moms is led by older moms who happily meet with younger moms to support, encourage and validate all that comes with being a wife and mother. It is an intertwining of two generations who are committed to growing in their relationships with their husbands and children using God’s Word as the compass. Format is large group time, followed by small group discussions.

Karen Cariss

Community Groups

Community Groups at FAC aim to grow in their relationship with Jesus, developing through love, service, and community. These communities enable all participants to love, serve and be in community with one another and serve those outside in their communities where they live, work, play and study.

It’s easy to locate a group using [Group Finder]. Just use the search boxes to find a group for you or in your location. For example, if you want to find a Community Groups in Marlton, type in “Marlton” in the search box on the left. If you want to find a women’s group, type in “Women” in the search bar on the right. If you have questions about finding the right small group for you, contact Pastor Dave Krilov [davek@myfac.org].

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