Women's Ministries

Women's Ministry Vision Statement

Two Fold Mission:

To Strengthen Walk with God.

  • Spending time in God's Word / Memorizing God's Word
  • Prioritizing time for worship / prayer
  • Seeking to be filled with "the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding, so that they will walk in a manner worthy of the Lord" (Colossians 1:9b)

To Build Intentional Relationships.

  • Widening the circle of friendships among women within the church family
  • Spending purposeful time with women outside the family of God (for the purpose of evangelism)
  • Serving God by using each woman's giftedness for the benefit of others and the glory of God

Mission Verse: Colossians 1:9b-12a

We pray that women may be "filled with the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding,

so that you will walk in a manner worthy of the Lord,

to please Him in all respects,

bearing fruit in every good work and

increasing in the knowledge of God;

strengthened with all power, according to His glorious might, for the attaining of all steadfastness and patience;

joyously giving thanks to the Father." 

For more information on the Table Rock Womens' Ministry

Email Esther Taylor or call 541.245.2612.

Esther's corner

click on pictures above for a bible study, Bio and recipes



This is a ministry for ladies 50+ that want to worship the Lord together, and along the way build everlasting friendships together.  Some of what the ministry will be building on is the following:

Volunteering in many of TRF functions

Sponsor a child 

Learning to make cards

Jewelry making

Helping our community in some way

Mom's Date Night babysitting

HATS Dinner


Making receiving blankets for newborns at the hospital

Oregon Gardens

Playing card games

Secret Sister

And many more creative outings.


FROM 5-7 PM IN The Oasis

During the Winter months we will meet at 5 pm and fellowship around soup & salad then meet for an activity. 

In the Spring, the food will switch to Sandwich & Salad.

L.I.F.T. Is putting together a TRF Cookbook.  

Contact Gayle Matloff (gaylematloff@me.com) or 541-761-4671 for more information

MOMS Group

Moms with young children are invited to meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, 9 - 11 am in CC2, for a great time of food and fellowship, crafts, guest speakers, inspiration, support and relaxation.  Childcare is provided!  Contact Courtney Caswell for our meeting schedule and information at 541.864.0599 or visit our website at tablerockmoms.webs.com.


For Women Pursuing Healthy Relationships

Every Tuesday 5:30- 6:30 pm in upstairs conference room

Come laugh, cry. learn - listen to speaker and counselor, Diana Hamilton, discuss marriage, conflict, codependency, and the challenges faced by women of faith.  This is an open group, so you can begin at any time!  Use the church office entrance to access the upstairs conference room.  For information, please contact Diana at 541.608.2928.

Healing Hearts Ministries: Post-Abortion Healing

Healing Hearts provides a safe place where women can openly share their pain with other women without fear of judgment or condemnation. Post-Abortion Trauma is an adverse emotional reaction to abortion. It is often a delayed reaction and can surface at any time in a person’s life – and when it does, it can be confusing, painful and overwhelming.

Our approach to healing is effective and accomplished in 11 weekly, one-on-one, sessions through the Bible Study, “Binding Up The Brokenhearted (Isaiah 61:1-4)” specically written for post-abortive women. 

Please contact Michelle Taylor at 541.423.5343 or michellest@healinghearts.org. All calls or inquiries are strictly confidential. For more information on Healing Hearts Ministries, please visit www.healinghearts.org

Places to Serve in Women’s Ministry

Our ministry can greatly benefit from some creative, social, organizers,

planners, leaders, and/or followers that would be interested in any of the

following areas:

  • Create and maintain Women’s restroom bulletin board
  • Committee to create quarterly newsletters (ideas, articles,           recipes, newsletter folding and hand out)
  • Bible Study Sign up weekends before/after services
  • Letter writers (thank you’s, sympathy, encouragement, etc
  • Prayer partners after church services
  • Volunteer in the nursery (Tuesday AM Bible Studies)  contact Trinity Beck 541.613.8348

Email Esther Taylor or call her at 541.245.2612

for information or to get involved in

one of these opportunities

To Serve and Be Served

Triple T Ministries

We are commanded to love our neighbors as ourselves (Matthew

22:36-39), and one way we do this is by serving one another in a practical

way. Triple T is a ministry of sharing our God-given gifts of Time, Talent,

and Treasure to help those in need. Each one of us is specifically gifted so

that we may be the Hands and Feet of Jesus (1 Peter 4:10-11). 

This is your opportunity to use your gift to serve practically as the Lord leads you.

Grab a Triple T Brochure to find out how you can serve! If you are one in

need at this time, you may contact the church office at 541.245.2612 or email


Table Rock Food Pantry

The TableRock Pantry is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to

12:30 p.m. at 2990 N. Pacific Hwy

just south of Table Rock Fellowship. 

If you are in need of food, clothing, or other basic supplies, please visit the

TableRock Food Pantry. There is a pantry sub-station on TableRock campus, behind the Oasis, which distributes food after every weekend service. If you are in need, or know someone who is, feel free to stop by the Pantry “shack”

to pick up a bag of food after church service.

Important note: In the interest of protecting all parties involved, Table Rock requires that all participants in this ministry (and for any ministry) complete a background check through the Table Rock church office,

attention Triple T Meals Ministry. You can stop by the church office Monday -Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. to fill out this brief one-page form (at no cost).

lending library

This library is located in the Oasis/Café. It is open before, during and after all church services. 

Books range from Theology, Christian Living (with popular authors such as Max Lucado, Charles Swindoll, John Piper); Prayer; How to raise children; How to have healthy relationships; Devotionals, Novel writers (such as Dee Henderson, Karen Kingsbury, Janette Oke, Tim LaHaye, C.S. Lewis); and Reference books. 

The library also has CD’s & DVD’s to check out: All Beth Moore’s studies she did when she taught Sunday School in Houston’s First Baptist church (for 20 years); many of her DVD studies; Chip Ingram and others. There are also some movies to check out as well. (War Room, Narnia, End of the Spear, etc). 

There are some books to purchase as well. All proceeds go to Women’s Ministry and Child Care (at women’s events). 

Email or call Esther - 541.245.2612.