The goal of the Women’s Ministry is for us to become more firmly and deeply rooted in Christ and fully participate in his mission to redeem his world. We do this by regularly making space for God to speak to us through his Word, his people, and his Spirit.
The women at All Saints are a diverse group, so our gatherings are also diverse! We meet at various times and locations around the city to study, pray, read, encourage and serve. We also gather to camp, hike, walk, run, cook, and eat good queso!
My hope is that every woman would find a place at All Saints that helps her make more space for God's presence in her life. My prayer is that Christ will continue to grow each of us in greater freedom, mercy, and joy, so that we might bear abundant fruit in his world.
"For He who calls you is faithful; he will surely do it." (1 Thessalonians 5:24)
- Kim Hall, Director of Women’s Ministry
Morning and Evening Gatherings
A time for women to gather together, study the Word, and spend time discussing and praying in their small groups. Small groups will remain the same for the year, so that relationships have time to develop and deepen.
Join women of all life stages for a mid-week gathering (with an accompanying children's program) on Wednesday mornings 9:45 - 11:30 and evenings 6:30 - 8:00. This is a time for the women of All Saints to enjoy worship, large group teaching, mentoring, small group discussion, prayer, and fellowship.
- 9:30 AM - Brunch served
- 10:00 AM - Teaching begins
- 10:45 AM - Small Group Discussion
- 6:15 PM - Dinner served
- 6:45 PM - Worship
- 7:00 PM - Teaching & Discussion
A TRIAD at All Saints is a small group of three women that meets monthly with the intention of connecting in a deeper way with God and with each other. The purpose of a TRIAD is to see, hear, and enjoy the Spirit of God that works and grows in every struggling saint.
If you are interested in becoming part of a TRIAD, or just have questions, email Joanne Moore.
WHERE TO START
- Read the book, Encouragement: The Unexpected Power of Building Others Up by Larry Crabb.
- Attend a TRIAD training session: next session TBD
- Sign up for a TRIAD with Joanne Moore.
Women's Bible Study
- Tuesday lunchtime
- Jan 8 - Feb 26, Mar 26 - Apr 30
- 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM (optional prayer in chapel at 11:15 AM)
- Bring your own lunch
- Room 439
Support, Prayer, and Fellowship for women over 60.
This group meets the 2nd Thursday of the month for Bible/book study.
- Studying Psalm 90 as we learn to "to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom"
- Study will be interspersed with outside speakers.
- Brown bag lunch if you would like to stay after.
2nd Thursday of the month - 10 AM
Joanne Moore's Home - 4701 Gold Flower Hollow, 78731
Apr 11, May 9
All Saints' women love to serve and support our local and global mission partners as well as those in our church body.
Please see a few service opportunities below:
Xeno Cafe is All Saints' service project with Foundation Communities. It is an opportunity to bring and share a meal with individuals in a long-term low-income housing community working to build fellowship and healthy growth. The Women's ministry will be leading three meals this summer: July 10, July 24, Aug 7 from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. Contact Sonya for more info.
Austin LifeCare meets the needs of those who are facing unplanned pregnancies and offers support after babies are born. There are so many ways for our women to serve this ministry partner regardless of your life stage or schedule, such as serving as mentors, attending monthly playdates (children welcome!), or helping in the Life Care office. If you are interested in serving at LifeCare, please contact Courtney Abernethy.
Serve Our Church Body
Would you like to serve a family in need by bringing a meal? We would love to add you to the care calendar list. Contact Kara Dunleavy to be added to the list when a need arises.
There are so many ways to use your talents to serve the church body throughout the week and on Sundays. Please see all of the current needs and reach out to Sonya Menges or directly to the contact person for the area in which you would like to serve.
We have so many global missionaries that would love your support.
Rebe McReynolds, who is serving with her family in Madagascar, has begun a ministry called Mama Vao Vao. Mama Vao Vao serves by providing hope, in the forms of jobs, to the women of her village as they design and sew goods for purchase. To order a Mama Vao Vao product and support this wonderful ministry, contact Rebe.
The women gather together several times each year. We have an annual overnight retreat as well as a a half day retreat once or twice a year where we spend time in worship, prayer, and fellowship.
Stay tuned for info about our next retreat, and if you would like to serve on a retreat committee for our next overnight retreat, contact Ashley.
For information on spiritual direction or to be connected to one of the spiritual directors in our church, please email Kim Hall.