At Crossroads Tabernacle, we love women. Our desire is to challenge, inspire and encourage women from all walks of life to be all that God designed them to be. We encourage you to get involved in our women’s ministry. You will find that your journey of faith will grow and deepen through Godly relationships and accountability. God Bless You! Beth Ann Jones
Most women think they have to settle for a life of efficiency and duty, chores and errands, striving to be the woman they feel they ought to be but often feeling they have failed. God wants his daughters to know that the desires you had as a little girl and the longings you still feel as a woman are telling you of the life God meant you to live. He offers to come now, as the Hero of your story, to restore your feminine heart and release you to live as a woman, fully alive. A woman who is truly captivating! At Crossroads we are calling women to break out of the mold the world has tried to conform them to and join with sisters who are walking on the path to real life. Just as Jesus affirmed the dignity and worth of women by respecting and honoring them so do we by welcoming their contributions to the life of our church. We encourage all women, whether married, single, with or without kids to find a place of belonging at Crossroads and become a woman of influence.
We offer a variety of events throughout the year for women at Crossroads.
Women’s Bible studies are offered on a variety of topics to help deepen your understanding of scripture.
Fellowship is a powerful component in building relationships. Through events like the Annual Red Dress Tea, we develop long lasting bonds with each other.
In attending women’s conferences such as Women of Faith and Women of Worth, our women are further equipped to live a victorious Christian life.
More information about upcoming women’s events is located in the worship folder.
SERVING AT CROSSROADS
There are many opportunities to serve. Contact the church office and they will connect you with the women’s ministry team leader.
“Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.”