Women's Ministry at FBC Jackson
It is our desire that how and what we do in women’s ministry aligns with the mission laid out by our pastors: Making, maturing, and multiplying disciples who are rooted in the gospel, watered with the Word, and nurtured by the church – for the bearing of much fruit, for the good of all nations, and for the glory of God.
The purpose of women's ministry at First Baptist Church is to:
We seek to incorporate these values into opportunities and events for the women of First Baptist:
Women’s Ministry Leadership Team
As a group of women from various ages and stages of life, we seek to:
- model biblical, generational, and intentional relationships with other women
- explore creative and purposeful ways to engage and equip the women in our church body
- plan and facilitate events that will help foster deeper relationships and equip the women of our church for good works.
Hannah Booker, Julie Bradfield, Jenn Gilbert, Holly Leisey, Kathy Lewis, Pat Morris, Luanne Powell, Amber Rhodes
Women's Reading Groups
There are two opportunities this fall. Both groups are reading "Esther, The Hidden Hand of God" by Lydia Brownback.
- Tuesdays starting September 12th 7:00-8:30pm at the home of Lee Ann Wyatt
- Wednesdays starting September 13th 9:30am at the church - taught by Sabrina Wilson - childcare available
Gatherings in the evening or on a Saturday morning provide an opportunity for food, fellowship, and learning from other women. These events typically focus on hearing from women within our own church body.
See topics from recent events.
During the winter, the women of First Baptist typically get away for an overnight retreat at the Linden Valley Baptist Conference Center for a time of worship, teaching, and fellowship.
See an overview of recent retreats.
As an alternative to getting away, conferences are periodically hosted at the church for the women of FBC.
See a list of recent conferences.
Women's FBCU Classes
During the Spring and Fall semesters, FBC University (FBCU) classes are offered on Sunday evenings at 5:00 pm. FBCU classes incorporate various topics, formats, and teachers. Classes taught by and for women are periodically offered through FBCU.
See previous FBCU classes for women.