Women want social outlets and support during all stages of life. Calvary Church offers places to befriend other Moms, and many Bible studies to help all women grow in faith. Whether you have a favorite Bible study writer or prefer video teaching, there are study options for you. (Of course you’re ultimately a fan of Jesus… those teachers are just His messengers.)

Tuesday Evening Women’s Bible Study

Stepping Up: A Journey Through the Psalms of Ascent
Study by Beth Moore
June 5-July 31 / 7-8:30pm
White Bear Campus / Rooms 101-105

Class does not meet June 26 or July 3.

Marylee Abrams

Fridays at the Park

Pack up the minivan and gather with other Calvary Church moms and kids at an area park this summer—nothing on the agenda besides adult conversation and sand/slide time for the kids.

July 13 / 10-11:30am
Island Lake Park
3611 Victoria St N, Shoreview

July 27 / 10-11:30am
Casey Lake Park
2101 17th Ave E, North St Paul

August 10 / 10-11:30am
Central Park
Roseville (Lexington Ave entrance)

Christy Becher

Women’s Fall Retreat

Get out of your usual routine so you can hear the voice of God in a fresh way during a weekend at Trout Lake Camp. Come with an open heart and experience God’s goodness and hope! Special speaker Stephanie Williams O’Brien will help women reflect, reconnect, refresh, and recharge. Worship time will be lead by Matt & Suzie Kendziera. Register yourself—and invite a friend to do the same!—through Trout Lake Camp at link below.

Register Here

Friday, September 21 / 5:30pm to
Sunday, September 23 / 11:30am

Tuesday Morning Women’s Bible Studies

Three different studies just for women will run Tuesday mornings at Roseville Campus in the Fall of 2018, so check back to pick the topic that’s the most intriguing to you.


Find your support for parenting beyond preschool. Moms Connect encourages women in parenting kids through school years and beyond. Mentor Moms are sprinkled throughout the discussion groups to help with perspective on parenting as they bring the wisdom that comes with experience. This group is open to women outside of Calvary Church as well!

The morning is usually structured with small group discussion time, and large group learning via video, panel discussion, or live teaching. Sometimes the morning focus is a community service project. The point is to connect with other mothers and grow in community in a variety of ways. And of course there will be food—because where there are women, there will be treats!

Check back in August for Fall 2018 topic and registration info!

Wednesdays (September-May) / 9:30-11:30am / White Bear Campus

Dana Stob


Mother’s of Preschoolers (MOPS) is a national program for moms and their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Moms visit and get helpful tips for navigating parenthood from a variety of guest speakers and gain essential skills for making the most of the preschool years. In our MOPPETS program, kids are cared for by attentive volunteers, and learn about God through Bible-focused curriculum.

Unfortunately, MOPS 2018-2019 is full at this time, and we aren’t able to accept any more registrations. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please fill out the registration form. Feel free to contact us if you have questions, and thank you for your interest in MOPS at Calvary!

Every other Wednesday (September-May) / 9:30-11:30am / White Bear Campus

Katrina Davis
MOPS Finance & Registration Coordinator

Women’s Ministry Contacts

Have questions about women’s ministry at your campus? Email the campus-specific contact listed below.

Heidi Wise
White Bear Campus 

Christa Granlund
Roseville Campus

Mentorship—Growing in the Gospel Together

Mentoring is a great way to connect with another believer and grow in your walk with Christ, giving you a person to partner with in your discipleship journey. If you’re willing to commit to partnering with someone for six months, both mentor and mentee will reap many benefits.

Click Here for Application

Tucker Anderson
Discipleship Pastor


September–April, drop in anytime for a low-key play date with other Calvary moms and kids (Birth-Age 5). Moms will enjoy getting together for the adult conversation they crave, and kids will love playing with peers in a familiar environment.

White Bear Campus Contact
Celeste Clay

Roseville Campus Contact
Anna Kolakaluri