The Women's Ministry, formerly known as Women in the Church (WIC), meets weekly for prayer every Tuesday, and to encourage one another and grow in faith. Bible studies, mother-daughter teas, and other activities are geared to support women in all stages of life.
What is the Women's Ministry?
The Women's Ministry is an organization of women in a local Presbyterian Church in America. The purpose of the ministry is that every woman know Christ personally and be committed to extending His kingdom in her life, home, church, community, and throughout the world.
What does the Women's Ministry do?
The Women's Ministry provides many opportunities for the women of Crossroads to find the help, guidance, and support they need. Women encourage and build up each other. Lasting friendships are developed through:
- Weekly times of prayer
- Biweekly Bible studies
- Fellowship brunches and dinners
- Craft nights
- Holiday functions
- Bridal showers
- Baby showers
- Women's retreats
- Meals ministry - Arranging for meals to be cooked by church members and delivered to those who are ill or in a family crisis
- Support and pray for missionaries
How can I be involved?
All women are encouraged to become active participants in the Women's Ministry. There are many ways that you can be involved, including:
- Cooking and delivering a meal to a family in crisis
- Attending, hosting, or assisting with an event
- Serving on the Women's Ministry Steering Committee
Women's Ministry Meetings
The Women's Ministry coordinates various activities throughout the year that encourage fellowship, mutual support, friendship, and closer relationships among women.
Women's Prayer Line
This is a call in prayer time, so you can join in prayer from home.
Every Tuesday evening at 9:00 p.m.
Enter access code: 333732
Bible studies for women usually meet on the first and third Wednesdays of the month, 9:30 p.m., at the church.
Check with the church office at 610-352-3130 for more information. New ideas and fresh input are always welcome!
WIC (Women's Ministry) uses the symbol of an old-fashioned kerosene lamp with a wick. This symbol emphasizes the importance of spiritual life and growth to the women and encourages them to obey Christ’s command to shine as lights in a dark world. In order for the kerosene lamp to give light, it must be filled with oil. The wick must rest continually in the oil and must be trimmed regularly to burn effectively. The lamp chimney must be kept clean and clear. Similarly, the believer’s life must be filled with the oil of the Holy Spirit. As the wick rests in the oil and is fully saturated with it, so must the WIC rest in Christ and draw life and spiritual strength from His Holy Spirit. The knob on the side of the lamp represents the Word of God, by which the lives of believers must be regulated in obedience to His revealed will.