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 You may contact Darlene at the email address below.  Please be sure to include your email address in order to receive a response.

 or call (440) 985-2200

Darlene Hepler


Welcome to Alabaster Jar Ministries

Our Fall Bible studies are beginning September 15th and 17th!!!   We are excited to open our last year of studies by opening the final book in God's word - Revelation.   Gather with us on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 at German's Villa in Vermilion or on Thursday evenings at 7:00 at Redeemer Lutheran Church (NOTE new location) on the corner of Abbe Road and College Park Drive in Elyria.   Bring a friend, and let's learn all that God has prepared for us in  TomorrowLand.

Also if you have not signed up to receive Darlene's Monday Meditation blog, you may do so by clicking on "Monday's Meditations" at the top of this page.

We look forward to seeing you at Bible study


Meet Darlene Hepler

Having been in Women's Ministries for 40 years, Darlene has a heart and passion to see women come to their full potential in Jesus Christ, by living an abundant and consistent life with their Creator.

A Seminary graduate, Darlene has served as Director of Women's Ministries in two churches in the Cleveland, Ohio area.  She also spent seventeen years as the assistant director of a large women's ministry in the state of Ohio.

In 2000 Darlene founded Alabaster Jar Ministries.  This full-time ministry now keeps Darlene busy teaching two weekly Bible studies; speaking at women's conferences, retreats and seminars; as well as writing devotional studies.

A seasoned speaker, Darlene helps women dig deep into the truths of God's Word with delightful humor, relevant practicality, and honest transparency.  You will find her to be a warm, charming, and engaging woman, who will be a perfect compliment to your event.  Comfortable speaking to both large and small groups, Darlene is energized by sharing her love for Jesus Christ with other women.

When Darlene is not teaching or speaking, you can find her with her husband Reid at their home in Amherst, Ohio, or out playing with her four grandchildren.