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BSCC Women´s Ministry

We have Purpose!

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Our Women’s Ministry is as much a ministry to women, as much as it is a ministry of women. It is designed to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of women at Blue Starr and within our community. This ministry is designed to encourage women to grow in their faith in Christ, to develop and strengthen intimate friendships with other women, and to provide opportunities to serve and reach our community for Christ. In the New Testament, Women held a special place in the ministry of the church.

Join Us!

  • Bible Studies – on Wednesday mornings and some Tuesday Evenings. See calendar for details
  • Fall Ladies Retreat – dates to be announced, usually in September or October. See calendar for details
  • Women Walking with God Conference- usually held in April in Wichita, Kansas.
  • How Can You Serve?

Our Women’s Ministry Groups work hand in hand, in a caring way, to promote God’s work not only within the congregation but in connecting with the community as well. If you would like to participate in anyway, please let us know. We have the following areas for you to consider:

Areas Where You Can Participate:

Click a title to read more about it.

There is always room for more help with coordinating events and we welcome your participation.

Sometimes it is good to just get away to a Christian atmosphere, where Jesus Christ is the main purpose for doing so. Throughout the year retreat events take place in various locations. Check the calendar for upcoming retreats and for information on getting signed up to participate.

On Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. the women gather to study God's Word in the educational building. Please come join us to learn how to make Jesus and His love a part of your life.

Brainstorming and Prayer. Contact us for more information.

Our community is very important to us and to God. Our prayer is that God will use us to bring our friends and neighbors to Jesus so that they can experience His love and the hope that He offers.

In the book of Titus (2:3-5), the women are instructed to teach the younger women so that God's message will not be slandered. We believe that this applies to us today and we encourage this activity. If you need assistance in knowing what to do, please let us know.

Progressive Dinners are fun and promote fellowship. If you would like to participate please let us know.

Working together to:

  • Identify needs
  • Provide food
  • Deliver food
  • Use resources efficiently
Food Ministry

Members are assigned to one of eight hospitality groups based on the location of their residence. Each group has been named for a woman of faith. You can be a part of this ministry!

  • Volunteer to call members of your group on a regular basis to identify & report needs to Coordinator(s)
  • Serve as one of two coordinators for a group
  • Prepare food
  • Deliver food
  • Contribute to a meal fund

The women’s food ministry does not replace random acts of kindness. There are times when one person can provide encouragement by providing expected gifts of food. Use of hospitality groups can help us to know one another better, identify needs and expectations more efficiently and meet those needs on a short term basis. This ministry is supported by deacons and elders of the church. To get involved, contact Lola Cain.

There are many in our congregation and in our community who are not able to do all of the things that they need to do. This is can be an area of service to these individuals and to our Lord.

Maybe they need:

  • food brought in
  • yard work
  • House cleaning
  • Grocery shopping
  • Reading to them
  • etc.

If you would like to volunteer, or if you know of someone who has a need. Please let us know.

An important aspect of our Women’s Ministry is to minister to those who are shut-ins, or simply cannot get out for one reason or another. As a Church Family, we reach out to those who are in need. By visiting them, we can extend the love of Christ into their lives.

Visitation is not limited to shut-ins. We like to visit our members to get to know them better. This is another way that we can promote the family atmosphere that our congregation enjoys so much.

We have many opportunities for service. It may be around the Church Building, at someone's home or out in the community. Where ever it is, what ever we do, we do it in the name of Jesus Christ. Get involved!