As the Lord calls his children to communities of faith, Advent Women’s Ministries seeks to provide women of the church multiple opportunities to seek and serve our risen Lord. Various groups and study options look to provide multiple contexts where the Gospel is always heard and the Lord’s transforming presence can be known and proclaimed. Whether studying the Bible in small or large groups, praying for cares and concerns of our church family, serving during our community-wide Lenten Preaching Series, or lending our hands and hearts to the mission and various ministries of the church, Advent Women’s Ministries looks to afford every woman a Christ-centered place to grow. Canon Deborah Leighton is Director of Advent Women’s Ministries.
Bible Studies and Small Groups
There are many Bible study opportunities offered throughout the year, both general and topical, both short-term and open-ended. For more information, please call Small Groups Director Emily Menendez (585-8844) or Miriam Morris. Also see our listing of weekly Bible studies.
Daughters of the King is a calling to a lifelong commitment of prayer for others. For information, please call Susan Elliott (870-3311).
Mission and Outreach Ministries
Multiple possibilities exist for those women who feel called to support the Advent’s mission and outreach ministries. From being involved in our large-scale Lenten Preaching Series to serving at the Thursday-morning worship service for the homeless, from assisting with after-school programs to helping raise funds for overseas missions, there are many options to explore. Contact Outreach Coordinator Becky Rothrock (226-3512) or Miriam Morris to see where you could best serve.
ECW (Episcopal Church Women)
The ECW is the traditional service organization of the Episcopal Church. The different guilds, their members segmented by approximate age, meet regularly for study, fellowship, and service. All guilds delight to welcome new members. For more information, please contact Miriam Morris.