The Women’s Ministry of South Run Baptist Church is committed to providing opportunities for women, in every stage of life, to enter a relationship with Jesus Christ and to grow in knowledge of Him. Only Jesus can fill the God-longing in every heart. We seek His guidance to develop lifestyle specific programs that equip women to lead balanced, satisfying, virtuous and victorious lives. We also offer a variety of opportunities throughout the year for fellowship, retreat, and encouragement. For more information about our Women’s Ministry, contact Valerie Hunt.
Monday Morning Bible Study, beginning September 11 – “The Quest” by Beth Moore, 9:30 am in the Fellowship Hall (Childcare Provided).
Monday Morning Book Study, beginning September 11 – “Present Over Perfect” by Shauna Niequist, 11:15 am in Conference Room 2.
Monday Night Bible Study, studying the book of Joshua, 7:00 pm in Conference Room 1.
Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study Tea, beginning September 12 – studying the book of John: 2:30 pm at the home of a church member. Please contact Valerie Hunt for more information.
Thursday AM Book Study, beginning October 12 – “No More Faking Fine” by Esther Fleece, 10:30 am in Conference Room 2.
Opportunities for women to gather in a casual setting is important to our women’s ministry to help us build and grow meaningful friendships with one another.
September 23: Beth Moore Simulcast (recorded on September 16) at SRBC. $10 per person (for lunch). Go here to sign-up!
October 14: S’mores Night
November 18: Christmas Crafts Afternoon, 2-5pm in the Fellowship Hall
December 2: Annual Ornament Exchange
Sewing Seeds ministry’s mission this year is to make drawstring backpacks to take to children on Virginia’s Eastern Shore during SRBC’s annual mission trip.
Saratoga Staff Love is a focus of one of our local outreach ministries. In our partnership with Saratoga Elementary School, we provide encouragement and show thanks to the staff and teachers by providing occasional meals and special treats throughout the year.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
MOPS exists to encourage, equip, and help women become the best moms that they can be. Women who are pregnant or have young children (birth through kindergarten) are all invited to join MOPS. MOPS provides an opportunity to meet other moms and make the journey of motherhood together. A typical MOPS meeting includes a time of sharing food and conversation followed by a presentation of information relevant to mothers raising preschoolers. The group covers subjects such as child rearing, marriage, relationships, cooking, and homemaking from a Biblical perspective. Children are cared for during MOPS meetings by childcare staff in a loving, nurturing environment. For more information about our MOPS program, please go here.