Women's Ministry


The possibilities available for women to be involved in ministry are enormous and constantly changing. All a women has to do is look around her to see an opportunity to meet a need.

Missions has been at the heart  of the Women’s Department since its inception in 1925. The purpose of the first organized women’s group was to intercede in prayer for missionaries. Soon the women found practical ways to help the missionaries. Through the ministry of women, our world and U.S. missionaries receive much assistance.

Every Quarter on the 2nd Tuesday @ 7:00 P.M.

What Ministers to a Woman?

Today like never before, women are hurting. They are overwhelmed with responsibilities and inundated with lies. Many come from unhealthy and dysfunctional backgrounds that have left them ill-equipped to handle life’s pressures. Due to heavy responsibilities and dissolving families, many women feel isolated and lonely.

When a woman walks into a church, she is looking for someone to care, encourage, and listen to her—she desperately needs the Body of Christ. She wants to know that she is not alone, and she needs the hope that a personal relationship with Jesus can provide.

We can discover what best ministers to a women when we understand her design. Genesis 2:18-24 reveals that God created the first woman, Eve, with distinct differences from her counterpart, Adam. “Adam was created from the ground and was assigned tasks. [But] Eve was created from Adam’s side. She was designed specifically for relationship—created to meet Adam's relational need and equipped to bear and nurture children.”1 

Since creation, men and women have been distinctly different. Here are some general differences between most (although not all) men and women:

  • Emotionally: Women process emotions through talking; they are more emotionally expressive. Men process emotions through action; they are more emotionally reserved.2 
  • Verbally:  Women communicate mainly to express themselves; they expand on details. Men communicate mainly to exchange information; they condense details.3 
  • Relationally: The female hormone oxytocin promotes a  woman’s stronger desire to bond.4  

While sermons can challenge and inspire a woman, genuine life-change happens when someone enters her emotional world, connects with her, and encourages her on a personal level. She experiences the most growth within relationships that provide empathy, presence, conversation, and emotional connection.