Westminster Women's Ministry connects the women of our church by ministering to the needs of our women and those in the broader community through act of service, encouragement, mentoring and fellowship. Westminster Women's Ministry strives to serve Christ and love others as he loves us. If you have questions or would like more information please email Rev. Michelle Junkin or give her a call at 405.524.2224 ext 222.
Women's Event 2017
The Joy Of Hospitality
Women's Event With Sarah Thebarge
Saturday, February 25
8:30 AM - 3:45 PM
The Women’s Ministry Team presents a one-day event for women of Westminster Presbyterian Church and their friends to enjoy a day of rejuvenation, spiritual nurture, respite, and renewal. The day will include worship, a mission project, catered lunch and a message from our featured speaker, Sarah Thebarge. The event is open to all women, so everyone is encouraged to invite friends and acquaintances. Tickets are $60.00 per person. Women’s Ministry Team members will be selling tickets on Sundays beginning January 22nd in the Garden Court of the church. Childcare will be provided with reservations. Scholarships are available. All are welcome.
Moms' Night Out
Whether a working mom, stay at home mom, single mom, church member or non-church member...this is a shout out to all types of mother of young children and their friends to come find some respite, spiritual nurture and fellowship with others who are in the same boat (who understand all that you juggle day to day as a mom.) Feel free to spread the word and welcome others to attend!
Girls of Grace
You are invited to Girls of Grace to read and reflect on The Invisible Girls – A Memoir by Sarah Thebarge. Girls of Grace is for women of all ages. We meet on Wednesdays and begin on Wednesday, Jan. 25 with a book pickup and light breakfast. Reading assignments will be handed out on Jan. 25. Then we will discuss the book from Feb. 1 - Feb. 22 at 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM. Our Spring study is The Invisible Girls: A Memoir is about a young woman scarred by her past, a refugee mother uncertain of her future, and the five little girls who brought them together. Sarah Thebarge will be speaking at our Women’s Retreat on Feb. 25. Childcare reservations upon request and with prior notice. Please e-mail childcare request to Anisa Gonzalez Agonzalez@wpcokc.org by Jan. 18.
• Jan. 25 - Book pickup, light breakfast, intro & reading Assignments. Bring a breakfast or pastry item to share.
• Feb. 1 - Come to class having read and ready to discuss Chapters. 1-20
• Feb. 8 - Come to class having read and ready to discuss chapters 20-40
• Feb. 15 - Come to class having read and ready to discuss chapters 40-60
• Feb. 22 - Come to class having read and ready to discuss chapter 60-80
• Feb. 25 - Come to Women’s Retreat and hear Sarah Thebarge in person.
Woment's Mininistry Team Members
|Shawnna Berryman||Linda Zahn|
|Stacy Dykstra||Sarah Frank|
|Jonnie Larson||Carol Lee|
|Janet Mitchell||Sarah Morgan|
|Debbie Towns||Rev. Michelle Junkin; Staff|
Should you have any questions, please email Rev. Michelle Junkin or give her a call at 405.524.2224, ext. 222