Women’s Ministries serves to enable women to grow in the knowledge of Christ and to fulfill their respective responsibilities to their family, church, and community. Women’s Ministries is organized on the local, district, and general levels. This ministry is service oriented and encourages service within the local church, community and mission fields at home and abroad. Women’s Ministries promotes spiritual growth, personal development, and leadership among women and provides a variety of programs for women of all ages. Prayer is the number one priority in Women’s Ministries of the Congregational Holiness Church.
Rev. Wanda Murray, International Executive Director, leads, directs and administrates the activities of Women’s Ministries. The Missionettes Girls’ Ministries, Lady Minister’s Fellowship, and Ministers’ Wives Fellowship are auxiliaries of Women’s Ministries. For more information on any of these ministries, please contact Wanda Murray.
I personally invite you to join us for our next Women’s Ministries Retreat in April 2018.
Ministers’ Wives Fellowship
Heart to Heart Ministries is the ministers’ wives fellowship in the Congregational Holiness Church. It exists to provide support, fellowship, and training for the minister’s wife. Its goal is to help the wife of the minister find her own unique and God-given place by her husband’s side as the wife of a pastor or minister.
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The Heart to Heart Ministry is a fellowship where ministers’ wives have a friend to share the good, the bad and the ridiculous with. For more information on this Ministry contact Susan Hanson. A Ministers’ Wives session is conducted at the annual General WM Retreat. Each quarter, in The Gospel Messenger you will find an article written by one of our Ministers’ Wives.
Lady Ministers Fellowship
The purpose of the Lady Ministers Fellowship is to encourage, challenge, equip, and train women ministers to serve within the church and kingdom of God within their gifted areas of ministry. Its goal is to train women ministers to minister with accountability to their pastor as well as their district and national leaders. Women ministers are encouraged to maintain fellowship with one another, pray for one another, and to do all possible to win souls to Jesus Christ.
Our commission is found in Luke 4:18,19: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord.”