Women’s Ministry is a place where you are valued as a unique child of God, encouraged toward greater intimacy with Jesus, and challenged to explore your purpose in the body of Christ.
Our mission is to love, encourage and lead women in deepening their relationship with Jesus by connecting with each other and studying the Word of God together.
We are a community of women seeking to find our spiritual niche in this world and believe it is best accomplished together. In Women’s Ministries we want every woman, whether through a Bible Study, retreat or small group, to find a place to connect and grow in Christ.
Our events are designed to equip women further as Christ-followers by addressing the issues women face. Inspirational speakers and great food are the norm, and you will come away blessed. Our Bible studies offer this setting. On Monday evenings and Thursday mornings, we connect through learning the truths of God’s Word. We share our struggles and our triumphs, holding one another up in prayer.
Join us on this journey. We hope to see you here!
Gretchen Miller (left)
Director of Women
Erin Countryman (right)
Associate Director of Women
One way you can grow in relationship with Christ is through Bible study. When you invest time studying God’s Word, your relationship with Jesus grows deeper. Women’s Bible studies meet throughout the week in small groups which lend themselves to a casual feel. The friendships and accountability which grow out of these studies are invaluable.
New Bible Study classes begin in January, Summer and September each year.
Paul’s last letter to Timothy was a powerful mandate to share the gospel. Kelly Cook, BSF Teaching Leader and BVG Elder’s wife, taught 2 Timothy this summer and discussed ways to come alongside people, how to listen to their story, and how to help them to think about spiritual things. Learn along with us as we are challenged to live out 2 Timothy 2:24 – to be kind to everyone, be able to teach, and to be patient with difficult people for the sake of the gospel of Jesus Christ.