Opportunities for Growth and Service
The Women’s Ministry at Bethel exists to fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20). It evangelizes, equips, and edifies women so they may know Christ as their Savior and Lord and serve Him in the home, the church, and the world.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20
Opportunities for Growth
Women's Small Groups & Bible Studies
Bible studies and book studies in a small group setting offer progress in your spiritual growth and opportunities for friendship and service. Current meeting times and study content are listed on the Women’s Small Groups page, in the church bulletin, or are available by calling the church office.
Contact Cheryl Peterson (920-465-9996) for further information.
Current Bible Studies
Precept Study – Acts Part 2
Teacher: Pat Filyes
January 11, 2017 (8-week study)
Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30 am
Search the Scriptures
(Completion of Exodus, then Amos, Hosea, Psalms 1-12 and 1&2 Thess.)
Teacher: Wendy Hedlund
January 11 – May 24, 2017
Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30 am
Childcare is available
Women Teaching Women
The last Saturday of the month is the day to increase your knowledge of practical life skills. Come for as many hours as you choose to work on projects among companions who readily share their knowledge. A devotional is offered around lunchtime; bring your own sack lunch. Formal teaching on life skills is offered two to three times a year. Watch the Women Teaching Women page or the bulletin for information on specific topics and dates.
Contact Marlene Leach (920-884-9346) for further information.
As followers of Jesus Christ, older women are called to teach the younger women what is good. According to Titus 2 and Proverbs 31, “good” includes issues concerning relationships, marriage, homemaking, parenting, character virtues, and wisdom for daily life. We believe natural mentoring & discipleship relationships will flow out of fellowship around the Word of God, through serving alongside other like-minded women, and as women live out the Titus 2 mandate and the Great Commission.
Natural mentoring relationships are best accomplished by utilizing resources already in place: community groups, small group Bible studies, and being involved in areas of service. This will place women in the community and lead to natural mentoring relationships based upon personality and need.
For women desiring more formal, focused attention in a specific area, Titus 2 mentoring with a mature, Biblically equipped woman for instruction for a set period of time is also available. Contact Cinda Kult (920-360-6181) for help in arranging a mentoring relationship.
Special events give women extended time with one another and are scheduled throughout the year on topics beneficial for spiritual growth. These events are announced in the bulletin.
Contact the church office (920-437-2040) for further information.
Opportunities to Serve
Prerequisities for Serving
- You are saved (Ephesians 2:8-9)
- You are baptized and a member of Bethel Baptist Church (Acts 2:42-47)
- You are a member in good standing (Ephesians 4:1; 2:10).
- You are actively pursuing opportunities for spiritual growth.
A team of women with a variety of skills are needed to plan and execute the details required by special events. If interested in serving in this area, contact the church office, 920-437-2040.
Every woman influences other people, some more formally than others. Women interested in being trained to teach, mentor, or lead within Women’s Ministries should contact Cheryl Peterson (920-465-9996) or Pastor Brian (920-437-2040) for further information.
There are a number of additional opportunities for women to serve which are not a part of Women’s Ministries:
- Teach and work with children/youth
- Beautify the building inside and outside
- Prepare food for a variety of events and purposes
- Join a worship team
- Visit the sick or the elderly
- Welcome worshipers
- Go on a mission trip
- Help with an outreach event
- Volunteer in the church office or library
Talk to any pastor or elder for more information.