JOIN US FOR SUNDAY SERVICES AT 9AM & 11AM
Sunday, December 101:30-3:30pmat the home of Marcie Osborne980 Piper Way, Keswick, VA 22947 (map)Facebook Event (to rsvp)
We hope you will join us at the home of Marcie Osborne in Glenmore for a special women's gathering filled with Christmas music, cookies, snacks and warm drinks. Come and go anytime that works best for you 1:30 - 3:30 pm. This is a great opportunity to bring friends along, so invite others!Bring a dozen or two of your favorite Christmas cookies. Join us even if you can't bring cookies!Use this address to get to Glenmore: 980 Piper Way, Keswick, VA 22947. This is a gated community, so at the gate the guard will provide specific directions to Marcie's home. Please email or text Tiffany Nguyen with any questions:
Join us for an open space where women can come meet, connect and be loved! This is an open invitation to ALL Portico women to be involved in fellowship with sisters in Christ. Children are welcome and encouraged to join, but you do not need to have children in order to come!
We will be hanging out 9:30 - 11:30 am. Please come for as long or short as you are able! We are going to be posting all of our Coffees on the Portico Facebook page and the Church Community Builder, so check there for any updates, last minute cancelations, etc. Text the host for the address or find it in the Pillars Monthly email or on Church Community Builder.
Friday, December 10, 9:30 - 11:30 amat Ashley Wooten's house(434) 806-9803Friday, December 15, 9:30 - 11:30 amat Britt Davis' house(804) 370-9154
Questions? Email Ashley Wooten,
We will be starting a new women's Bible study again in February/March 2018. Stay tuned for further details! Questions? Email Christa Dickerson at
We invite you to join our Pillars' Email List if you haven't already! Currently, we send a monthly email to keep you posted on the events coming up that month. This is the best way to ensure you do not miss out on what's happening in women's ministry.
In examining this scripture, we have been struck by the significance of a corner pillar. A corner pillar is historically both lovely and functional. It is vital to the entire structure and is intended to bring glory to something greater than itself. In addition, we are each vital in our homes, families, and church community. We desire that all the women of Portico grow in their relationship with the Lord and function with the grace and beauty of a corner pillar. It is with this in mind our women’s ministry is called Pillars.Because we seek to follow Christ and grow closer to Him, we look to John 1:14, “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” We wish to be filled with His grace and truth as we fellowship and study the Word together.
For general questions about Pillars Women’s Ministry, email