Women's Ministry Opportunities
The Women's Ministry at St. Simons Presbyterian Church is strong and vibrant. From serving as church officers to participating in Presbyterian Women (PW) circles to joining weekly Bible studies, women are an active part of the life and ministry of the church. You are invited to participate in any or all of these activities regardless of age or membership at the church.
Presbyterian Women (PW) Ministry
All women are invited and welcome to join a Presbyterian Women (PW) Circle! Circles are small groups who meet for Bible study, devotions, prayer, and fellowship once a month. The purpose of PW Circles are to create and enjoy bond of close friendship centered in Christian love that leads to the arms of the larger church family. Please note that Circles meet monthly from September through June.
Questions? Please contact either Anne Aspinwall or Martha Armstrong
Additional Women's Ministry Opportunities
Ladies' Video Bible Study / TBD
Gather for prayer and discussion each week using a variety of video curriculums. This study is open to all women and is an excellent opportunity for good fellowship and learning.
Women's Bible Study / Thursdays @ 10AM (September- May)
This study is led by church pastors and staff and typically rotates through in-depth exploration of different books of the Bible.
Young Women's Book Studies / Check the Connect Tab for information about ongoing or future studies
The young women book studies happen throughout the year, typically in 4-6 week segments. Using a different book or curriculum, these studies invite participants to engage in relationship building and in-depth study around a specific faith topic. Free childcare is provided.
Presbyterian Women (PW) Christmas Luncheon
Each year, the Presbyterian Women host a Christmas Luncheon with a special guest speaker. The men of the church serve the meal and there is always some special entertainment. It is a joyful time for the women of the church of all ages to gather, enjoy fellowship and a good meal, and to pause and refocus on the true meaning of Christmas.