WOMEN'S MINISTRY

Developing strong relationships and being in a fun, supportive community is important for women. We need each other! Our Women’s Ministry is a place where you can deepen your relationship with Christ and with other women who seek Him. We continually work to offer opportunities that will help “light your path” in your own personal walk with our Lord.


“This is what I have asked God for you: that you will be knit together by strong ties of love, 

and that you will have the rich experience of knowing Christ with real certainty and clear understanding.” – Colossians 2:2


We invite you to join our Bible studies, special events, and the other service

options that we provide. We would be blessed to have you come along with

us on our journey of discipleship!


For more information on how you can get involved, email Susie Cobden.


Winter 2020 - Bible Studies Just for Women

Throughout the year, a number of Bible studies designed for and led by women are available to enrich the lives of Servant women and their friends.  Find a class that is right for you and invite a friend to come along with you.  The following women's classes are available in the winter of 2020.  To get detailed information about any of the classes, click on the title of the course.

SERVANT WOMEN IN THE WORD

Led by Dr. Matthew Mitchell

Tuesdays, 9:15-10:30 a.m. 

Begins January 14, 2020

Community Hall  

Led by Patricia Hocker and Debbie Marshall

Wednesday Mornings, 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.

January 15 - May 20, 2020

South Adult Center, Rooms 1 & 2

"Jeremiah: Daring to Hope

in and Unstable World"

by Melissa Spoelstra

Led by Darla Bierig and Sherri Boyd

Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

January 15 - May 20, 2020

North Adult Center, Rooms 1 & 2

"Trustworthy"

by Lysa TerKeurst

Led by Miki Farris

Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

January 15 - May 20, 2020

North Adult Center, Room 12

"James"

by N T Wright

Led by Barbara Bonham

Thursday Afternoons, 1:30-3:00 p.m. 

January 23 - March 19, 2020

North Adult Area, Room 1

Friday Morning MOM's Group

"Finding God Faithful" by Kelly Minter

Led by Holly Browning and Paula Thomas

Friday Mornings, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Begins on January 24, 2020

Library (North Administration Offices)

B.R.A.S. Ministry

The B.R.A.S. (Bras Recycled And Shared) ministry is new and was started by a small group within our church. We provide not only bras to women and girls in need, but also a sense of confidence and selfworth. If you have some gently used bras that you don’t use or never really liked, now is the time to “tidy-up”. We want your BRAS! We need any bras that are clean and in good condition… all sizes and all shapes including nursing and sports bras. We furnish these bras to various local shelters and agencies including Skyline Urban Ministries, TEEM, PIVOT-A Turning Point for Youth, and Suited for Success. We collect all year long, and you can find a collection hamper located just outside of Earthglow Gift Shop.

Just the F.A.C.T.S., Ma'am!

A small group of concerned women have come together and formed a new group – F.A.C.T.S. – Feminine Aid from Church of The Servant. This group was born as a result of the recent mission trip to Kenya and is learning that the need for feminine hygiene supplies among lower income women, prisoners, etc. right here in our own backyard is as relevant as it is for the women in Kenya. The need is much greater in underdeveloped countries than in the U.S. , but it doesn’t diminish the fact that there is a need here at home. FACTS – In food insecurity families, nutrition often comes before cleanliness, so those items are the last into the shopping cart– IF money is still available. If you have never shopped the aisle in the stores where feminine products are sold, go check out the pricing and see the costs that females incur EVERY month. FACTS – It has been estimated that there are around 5,000 homeless high school students in the state of Oklahoma. If even half of them are female, their choices during their cycle may be to stay out of school because they have no feminine protection. That might equate to 10 weeks of learning they are missing each year simply because of a normal, natural process of being female. These are just some of the FACTS this group has been learning about low income females. Women of FACTS are trying to raise awareness about the need for feminine products, learn about the specific needs locally and help females get the feminine supplies they need so that during their menses, they can continue to work, go to school, or be comfortable in whatever setting they find themselves. Watch for details on an informational meeting in the future to educate people about this issue right here in our own backyard. If you are interested in helping with this project, please contact Ann Knutson or Barbara Bonham.

Women's Ministry Calendar

View the calendar below to see the events applicable to Women's Ministry.