The Women’s Ministry of Ninth and O Baptist Church exists to equip women to deepen their faith, encourage women to devote their lives to Christian service, and enable women to develop Christ-centered friendships.
Women’s Ministry Leadership
Our Women’s Ministry Team Members are representatives from across the BFGs who help us in planning and recruiting other ladies to help in various capacities of the women’s ministry and events.
Ashley Beougher, Michelle Castano, Melanie Cox, Sandy Hazelrig, Katie McCollum, Emily McKemy, Katy Murphy, Selwyn Parker, Jenny Patterson, Vanessa Sims, Laurie Tackett, and Mindy Whitley
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- August 2–October 25: Wednesday Night Discipleship Groups
- December 2: Women’s Gift Exchange
Opportunities to Connect Throughout the Year
- During the Fall and Spring semesters, our church offers Discipleship Groups that meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm – 7:45pm. These multi-generational groups are gender-specific and are typically kept to 8-10 members for intimate connections. Women are equipped to go deeper in God’s Word through studying biblically applicable books written by solid theological authors, guiding us to a deeper commitment to Christ.
- Our Spring event is a time of fellowship and connection where we deep dive into one topic that is applicable to your everyday life. This event includes panels, discussion, and community around your table as we grow closer to the Lord and each other. Our last event focused on developing and creating deeper friendships.
- In December we celebrate the Christmas season with a Gift Exchange. Held the first Saturday of the month, our women enjoy fun and fellowship, while listening to songs of the season and a special testimony. Each woman brings six similar gifts and leaves with six unique gifts. This is our outreach event where you can invite a friend, neighbor, or co-worker to come and experience the love of Jesus during the season when we celebrate His birth.
- In July, we have our Summer Book Chat. This one-day event simulates how we do Discipleship Groups. Women read the book in advance of the event and are placed in multi-generational groups where they discuss the book and meet new women. Many women make long-lasting friendships from the comradery at this event, and benefit from this time of discipleship. Our last Summer Book Chat book topic was contentment.