The St. Michael Women’s Ministry exists to reach out to all women in all walks of life to support, teach, and lift up women in every stage of life.
Our team provides the following ministries opportunities:
- Bible Studies
- Service Projects
- Hope Clinic
- Open Door
- Book club (see below for full list)
- Advent by Candlelight
- Social Activities
- Women's Tea
For additional information, please email: email@example.com
Expand your faith and experience God’s fire! Elijah emerged as the voice of unapologetic truth during a time of national crisis and moral decline. His ministry was marked by tenacious faith and holy fire – the same kind you’ll need to remain steadfast in our current culture.
This 7-week study begins Monday, Sept. 20 at 10am and repeated at 7pm, will explore Priscilla Shirer’s bible study book Elijah. Karen McIntee will facilitate the study which includes a video followed by discussion at the church. Books are $17 but not required. Sign up on the Women’s Ministry board.
Join us for a fresh look at Elijah and the difficult choices of obedience that kept him anchored, sharpened his faith, broadened his impact, and invited heaven’s fire to fall.
It’s pumpkin time! Join us on Saturday, Oct. 2 at 10am to make a Chunky Yarn Pumpkin and have great fellowship with friends and family. Supplies will be furnished. The cost is $3 per pumpkin. Please sign up on the Women’s Ministry Board.
- Jan 18 - "As Bright as Heaven" by Susan Meissner
- Feb 15 - "A Single Thread" by Marie Bostwick
- Mar 15 - "Never Enough Flamingos" by Janelle Diller
- Apr 19 - "Every Note Played" by Lisa Genova
- May 17 - "The Heirloom Garden" by Viola Shipman
- Jun 21 - "Calling Me Home" by Julie Kibler
- Sep 20 - "The Storyteller" by Jodi Picault
- Oct 18 - "The Welcome Committee of Butternut Creek" by Jane Myers Perrine
- Nov 15 - "The Orphan Keeper" by Cameron Wright
Come to the women’s retreats and enjoy time of faith, fellowship, and fun. Enjoy conversation with women who are facing similar joys and challenges. It is a time of mentoring and healing, of laughing and relaxing and of learning and sharing designed specifically for adult women.
Women’s Retreat I with Priscilla Newton (September 17 - 19)
Women of Strength
Are you a strong woman…or a woman of strength? What’s the difference? What does the world say we should be? We’re told to be “all we can be”…..but what does that mean? Often the focus is on what we can DO, not WHO is working in us. But who are we in Christ and how is that different from the world? Let’s see what it really means to be “women of strength.”
Women’s Retreat 2 with Lynn Corker (September 24 - 26)
Shameless Stories from the Backside – Exploring Humor, Humility, and Hope
Do you have an embarrassing story that maybe is funny now, but wasn’t then? How about a story that is embarrassing because, well, you’re not proud of it? The world tells us to shove our shame way down…but God redeems what is intended for our destruction. We can find humor in our own humbling moments and use them to hear and be God’s voice of hope…and it starts with relationship.