Women's Ministries

The goal of PazNaz Women’s Ministries is to equip women of all ages to grow in relationship with Christ and others through a variety of ministries. Whatever your personality or stage of life there is a place for you!
A Time to Pray: Prayer Walk

Take some time this holiday season to enjoy our virtual prayer walk at home or as you walk in your own neighborhood. This experience will guide you through a time of prayer for personal reflection, the ministries of our church, and the needs of our community. You can find our virtual prayer walk here.

Christmas Hygiene Kits

For Church in the Park
Donations Needed by Sunday, December 6
Women's Ministries is seeking to give 120 hygiene kits to our folks at Church in the Park this Christmas. There are two ways you can help. You can make a donation of $15.00 per kit to the Church in the Park Hygiene Kit fund at paz.nz/give and the council will purchase the items needed, or you can assemble one yourself. Please see the list below for what is needed:

  • 1 Gallon Size Ziploc Bag
  • 1 Wrapped Toothbrush
  • 1 4-6 oz Toothpaste
  • 1 2-4 oz Deodorant
  • 1 12-18 oz Shampoo
  • 1 3-4 oz Bar of Soap
  • 1 Pair Size 6-13 Hanes Men's Crew Socks
  • 1 Small Hand Sanitizer (optional)
  • 1 Chapstick (optional)

All donations and kits will need to be dropped off at the church office by Sunday, December 6. Contact Bonnie Jakeway at 626.422.7163 or email womensministries@paznaz.org with any questions.

Door of Hope

Share some joy this Christmas by donating new toys to kids in need! You can fill Santa’s sack and make sure every child living at Door of Hope has a Christmas morning gift to open. Visit their Amazon Wishlist or purchase your own gifts for children 0-18 years old. Find more information at: doorofhope.us/secretsanta2020

Women's Book Study

Stay by Anjuli Paschall
6:30-8:30 pm | Gilmore North
In-person beginning Wednesday, September 8


Women in the Word

Tuesdays this Fall
9:30-11:00 am | Gilmore Hall, PazNaz | September 14, - November 2
This Fall Semester we are so fortunate to have Kelli Slattery sharing with us on the topic of:


Join us this fall in studying the oft quoted, yet rarely read books of Israel’s minor prophets. We will study these alongside New Testament passages that speak to the passions and priorities of God and the hope that undergirds the life of His people. “To be a prophet is to be in fellowship with the feelings of God,” wrote the Jewish theologian Abraham Heschel. What did the Lord allow these prophets to “see” of His own heart in such seemingly strange things as a vision of locusts and the belly of a fish over the span of four centuries? How did God reveal His purposes for their lives in seasons of prosperity and calamity? What mattered to Him as they endured a divided nation, periods of exile, and the challenge of rebuilding? What was their response to the bold indictments leveled against them and the gracious invitations to seek again their Lord and King? And what are we to make of these stories today in light of the resurrection of Jesus and the gift of His Spirit? In the 8th century BC, Israel had a small imagination for the plans God had for them. Might He not want to expand our own for His glory, His church, and our good?

Might He imagine reconciliation where I’ve settled for regret?

Might He imagine community in place of my critical spirit?  

Might He imagine rivers of justice overflowing my own crooked judgments?  

My hunch is that we haven’t even yet imagined all that He longs to do in and through us, and isn’t it time we asked?

If you have any questions please contact Darlene Weaver at darlenegweaver@gmail.com. Registration information will be available soon.


Caring Quarters
Women’s Ministries assists single mothers with laundry by providing laundry detergent and quarters. To support this wonderful ministry, drop off your donated detergent and quarters at the Women’s Ministries cart on Sundays or in the church office. Contact Pat Todd at ptodd@paznaz.org or 626.351.2416 for more information.