First Women’s Ministry offers Bible studies and mentoring opportunities, which provide intentional relationships centered on the Word of God. These relationships are for the purposes of growing in our love for Christ and one another, our understanding of God’s Word, and our obedience to His will.
For more information about discipleship, contact email@example.com
First Women’s Ministry provides spiritual, educational, and social opportunities to introduce women in our community to Christ and to the fellowship and ministries of First Baptist Church.
For more information about outreach, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
First Women’s Ministry serves in our community and around the world for the purpose of loving others in the name of Jesus Christ. We believe that when women unite under the banner of Christ, we can be the hands and feet of Jesus to those in need.
For more information about service, the following women’s service groups: Women’s Missionary Union (WMU), Baptist Women (BW), and Baptist Young Women (BYW) contact email@example.com
First Women’s Ministry believes that “the effective prayer of a righteous person can accomplish much” (James 5:16). The prayer team consists of women who are followers of Christ, believe in the power of prayer, and are committed to interceding on behalf of the church and ministry.
For more information about joining the prayer team or to submit a prayer request, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In just a few short weeks, we hail not only a new year but new decade. What a perfect time for a vision check! Ladies, join us for the First Women’s Retreat: Vision 2020. Biblical teaching will help us compare and align our perspective with God’s Word and will for His people. Don’t miss this weekend getaway to spend time with one another and the Lord.
Community Partnership: Saluda River Academy of the Arts
Saluda River, a Title 1 elementary school in Lexington School District Two, is located in West Columbia and has excellent, caring administrators and teachers that work in a community where 70% of the students are below the poverty level. Many of their parents work 2 and 3 minimum-wage jobs to make ends meet. We are seeking to support both the teachers and students.