Women in Ministry

Women in Ministry (WIM) aims to help Second’s sisters make progress in knowing Christ, becoming like him, and making him known in our various callings and contexts. That’s why God’s Word is at the heart of all our ministry among women at Second.

WIM hosts various gatherings for Bible study, ministry equipping, and intergenerational fellowship. Whether or not you’re a member of Second, you and your friends are welcome to join any WIM gathering. Come grow with us as Word-filled women who hear, do, and share God’s Word!

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Fall 2020 Bible Study Plans

Please join us for Bible study this Fall! Although we are not yet asking you to register, we wanted to let you know what each group plans to study. Closer to September, we’ll provide more details about the format of these gatherings (whether all will be offered virtually, or some will be offered also in-person on campus). Be on the lookout for online registration, coming soon!

Tuesday AM and PM:
The Walk meets weekly and will study the general epistles, using Karen Stafford’s curriculum.

Wednesday AM and PM: Word-Filled Women meets weekly and will study the Gospel of Matthew, using Mary Willson’s curriculum.

Thursday AM: Compass meets for several weeks in a semester and will study the Gospel of Matthew, using a curriculum published by Crossway.

Circles: Circles will meet once a month and will read Phil Ryken’s When Trouble Comes.

Discipleship & Mentoring

Come and See

Come and See is a discipleship ministry for women of different generations to follow Christ together by studying God’s Word and working out how it applies to every area of life. An older woman and a younger woman are paired together and meet weekly to study the Bible, which is the Titus 2 model of discipleship.

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Walk with Me

Walk with Me is a one-on-one mentoring program through Women In Ministry designed to offer confidential prayer support, Christian fellowship, encouragement, spiritual guidance and teaching. It is women helping women through various major issues of life; a friend to support someone spiritually, relationally and emotionally.  Using a confidential questionnaire and evaluation process, women are paired with an experienced mentor.  Though not a substitute for professional counseling or conflict resolution, mentors seek to provide support to women during times of deep need.

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