Women’s Ministry exists to discover Christ and His transforming power in all things. We desire to help women to embrace the great assurance and hope of their identity in Jesus Christ and to enjoy full satisfaction in Him. We will find our value in Christ together through:

  • Prayer
  • Study and application of the Word
  • Fellowship
  • Serving one another

We encourage older women to be examples for the younger women because we are committed to raising up women who exemplify biblical womanhood to the glory of God.

Please check out our ongoing Bible Studies and Prayer groups.  


  • TUESDAY - 9:00am (Fireside Room)
    • The Daniel Prayer:  Prayer That Moves Heaven And Changes Nations,

      by Anne Graham Lotz

      “The Daniel Prayer is born deep within your soul, erupts through your heart, and pours out on your lips — words created by and infused with the Spirit of God quivering with spiritual electricity.”

      This study, based on Daniel’s prayer in Daniel 9, will help you pray effectively for your nation, for your family, and for yourself. 

    • TUESDAY- 9-11am (Room 213)

      Book of Acts, continued

      The book of Acts shows the dynamic action of the Holy Spirit to transform lives. With the coming of the Spirit, disciples who had kept a low profile begin to testify boldly of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. The church is born and grows from a handful of Jews in Jerusalem to a multitude of people from all cultures spreading across the Roman Empire. 

      Acts follows story after story of changed lives as ordinary men and women tell others what they experienced. May you not only read this account, but experience the effect its message as it spreads into you own life and into the lives of your friends.

    • TUESDAY-7-8:30pm (Fireside Room) September 3 – December 3 (not November 26)
      • First Corinthians, Sharing the Love of Christ Even When We Disagree,

        by Melissa Spoelstra

        Relationships are messy. We can struggle to get along – especially with those who disagree with us. Often we find ourselves divided – even as Christians. How can we work out our differences and disagreements in a loving way while still remaining true to what we believe? The Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians living in Corinth about this very thing.

        In this study we will explore Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians and learn how we as Christians are to deal with conflict and divisions – whether in the workplace, neighborhood, school, home, social media community, or church. We’ll discover how to handle our differences with humility and grace, always showing the radical love of Jesus Christ, and we’ll find encouragement and practical help for walking this out in our daily lives.

        Cost is $10.50.

  • THURSDAY - 9:00am (Church Library).
    •  Galatians. The Life Lessons with Max Lucado, This inductive study includes observation (what does it say?), interpretation (what does it mean?), and application (what does it mean for my life?). The intent of our study is to call us to find eternal truth in new and fresh ways so our worship experiences are more satisfying personally and more pleasing to God. Our time together includes sharing praise and prayer requests and a commitment to pray for one another throughout the week. Leadership of our weekly studies is shared; new members are always welcomed.
    • THURSDAY - 9:00am (Sanctuary) - begins September 12. 
      • Life Lessons from Luke, by Max Lucado

        Luke spent most of his adult life searching for the truth and answers to questions like: Who is Jesus? What do his teachings really mean? Why should I follow him? Are all the stories about him really true? 

        Join us as we explore Luke’s gospel together with women from our community. Our speakers will be Suzanne Bergen McCulloch and Louise Graff.  Visit the Women's Life page for more information.

        Cost is $15.

  • THURSDAY - 1:30pm (Room #213, except third Thursday at bb's)
    • Loving Justice, A Life Guide Bible Study, by Bob and Carol Hunter.
      God is loving and powerful.  He is able to work against some of the strongest forces of hate in the world.  You can imitate god's justice by fighting against these same powers in your own life and in the lives of those around you.  Taking a fresh look at this theme throughout Scripture, Bob and Carol Hunter challenge you to love justice as God does. And they show you how to work for justice in your everyday life.

Contact the Church Office for more information.

Email: wsbc@wsbc.info.  Phone: 708.246.1530