Women On Mission

Our WOM challenge this year is for Christ followers to:

  • Follow His example
  • Step into the world around us
  • Cultivate relationships
  • Create opportunities to demonstrate the love of Christ by all means possible


A missionary recently remarked “It is the open relationship that is the most powerful way to reach the lost.” That is true everywhere, and there are many in our church who each day are establishing relationships with visitors, J-l students, Standing Rock Native Americans, and neighbors, living lives that give glory to God.
It is still summer, and yet we are beginning to gear up for the fall and, as you look at our September calendar, you will understand. I encourage any of you who would like to pick up a copy of the Mosaic to read great stories of mission work around the world. Pass it on or put back on the HALL WALL board for someone else to enjoy

August Calendar
Aug 6 & 13: Mission Vision prepares desserts for the Chinese Church in the Youth Center—Door open at 6:30pm, or come earlier to church office for the key. GA’s are continuing to collect your change through August (place in the blue bottles around the church) to go toward purchasing needs for the “Wounded Warriors” in our area being cared for at the local VA Hospital

September Calendar

Sept. 10 All our women’s mission groups meet the second Tuesday of each month, and every woman is invited to come and visit/join any of these groups at any time.

  • Annette Hall (point of contact, Gail Simmons) – 9:30am at Gail Simmons’ home.
  • Mission Vision (point of contact, Page Garrett) – 10:30am
  • Helping Hands (point of contact, Angela Singley) – 1:00pm

Sept. 15-22: Week of Prayer for State Missions and the Alma Hunt for State Missions Offering – Our goal is $4500

Sept. 29 Jane’s GAs, Acteens, and RAs meet after church for lunch and study, and meetings will conclude between 1:45 and 2:00pm




This is such an important mission offering…. funds support God’s work in Virginia …. new churches, disaster relief, training & equipment, Student Ministry, Prison Ministry, Standing Rock, and so much more. Reaching our state for Christ is our responsibility as we share with others throughout our state. Envelopes will be in the pews in September.

Women’s Workshop
Presented by PBA/WMU

Saturday – August 17th
Temple Baptist Church, 235 Harpersville Rd, Newport News 9:30 a.m. Beginning of day — A Refugee Simulation Led by Laura Davis Missions Involvement Director, Virginia WMU Followed by a typical refugee camp “meal”

10:30 a.m. Breakout sessions
Four sessions covering leadership and information regarding refugee work in the Tidewater area Time will be allotted to allow each participant to attend two sessions
11:50 a.m. Gather for closing focus

The refugee situation around the world is one that we as Christians should/can be praying for. The program has been designed to provide additional insight into the blight of refugees around the world. Please consider encouraging other leaders in your church to attend. (Yes, even men!) If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Susan Gaske, sgaske@yahoo.com or 757-903-2793 Child Care Provided by RSVP to Susan Gaske


A great overnight event for any woman wishing to attend. Wonderful speakers and music; great breakout sessions on the theme; cost for lodging and 3 meals is approximately $94. If you are interested, please speak to Jean Harrison – 757-229-4729 or jean.harrison@cox.net as soon as possible.

August Box
Focus: Learning Center
paper towels

September Box
Focus: Good News Jail and Prison Ministry

• 70 lb. copy paper
• Award Bibles
• 1st class postage stamps (roll of 100)
• 3 5/8” x 6 1/2” plain white envelopes
• #10 white business size envelopes