women's ministry

women's ministry

We have a place for you.
In fact, can we save you a seat?

We gather to build friendships and engage in community together through studies, events, and shared experiences. Won’t you join us?

Fellowship Women is committed to spiritual growth of women through the study and application of God’s Word and by encouraging authentic, biblical relationships with one another. We believe that God never calls us to walk alone. Consider this your personal invitation to experience the richness of God’s love in the fellowship of community.

Women’s Bible Study
Women's Bible study registration is now open! We think you will find a wide selection of studies all centered on strengthening our knowledge and love of God's Word. Whether you are a new believer seeking to understand the gospel or a mature disciple of Christ looking to learn to study scripture on your own, you will find those options available to you. Studies will start mid-September and start times may vary based on the study so be sure to read the information carefully.
In addition to Women's Bible studies, you will see two new M.O.M.'s group offerings beginning in September as well. Whether you are a single working mom or you participate in Wednesday morning study, M.O.M.'s groups are designed to provide fellowship and intentional discussion around motherhood. We know Mom's need other moms. We hope these groups will promote a gospel-rich community that permeates parenting and consistently points women to Christ.
Fe2 Women’s Mentoring Network
Mentorship and discipleship are vital for our individual and corporate growth in the Lord and our witness to our community. The Fe2 Mentoring ministry exists to encourage, equip, and multiply women to invest in relational stewardship through fellowship as we intentionally study truth and practically live it out in our sphere of influence.

For more information contact Amy Ragon at aragon@fellowshipjackson.com.
Looking to have deeper conversations with friends?
Women's Events:
The Well
Named after Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman in John 4, the Well is a biannual event for the Women of Fellowship to encounter Christ and be encouraged as a body of believers.  Well events are a way we hear the Word of God through a fun, engaging, and intentional evening.
 
Christmas Brunch
The Christmas Brunch is Fellowship Women’s largest gathering each year. Designed as a respite in the midst of the Christmas season, it is an event to celebrate God’s goodness through hospitality and fellowship.
 
Women’s Retreats
It is important for us to seek intimate time with the Lord and with the Body of Christ. Retreats are a part of our life and vital to our relationships at Fellowship. Retreats are offered in November and April. 

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We have a place for you.
In fact, can we save you a seat?

We gather to build friendships and engage in community together through studies, events, and shared experiences. Won’t you join us?

Fellowship Women is committed to spiritual growth of women through the study and application of God’s Word and by encouraging authentic, biblical relationships with one another. We believe that God never calls us to walk alone. Consider this your personal invitation to experience the richness of God’s love in the fellowship of community.

Women’s Bible Study
Women's Bible study registration is now open! We think you will find a wide selection of studies all centered on strengthening our knowledge and love of God's Word. Whether you are a new believer seeking to understand the gospel or a mature disciple of Christ looking to learn to study scripture on your own, you will find those options available to you. Studies will start mid-September and start times may vary based on the study so be sure to read the information carefully.
In addition to Women's Bible studies, you will see two new M.O.M.'s group offerings beginning in September as well. Whether you are a single working mom or you participate in Wednesday morning study, M.O.M.'s groups are designed to provide fellowship and intentional discussion around motherhood. We know Mom's need other moms. We hope these groups will promote a gospel-rich community that permeates parenting and consistently points women to Christ.
Fe2 Women’s Mentoring Network
Mentorship and discipleship are vital for our individual and corporate growth in the Lord and our witness to our community. The Fe2 Mentoring ministry exists to encourage, equip, and multiply women to invest in relational stewardship through fellowship as we intentionally study truth and practically live it out in our sphere of influence.

For more information contact Amy Ragon at aragon@fellowshipjackson.com.
Looking to have deeper conversations with friends?
Women's Events:
The Well
Named after Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman in John 4, the Well is a biannual event for the Women of Fellowship to encounter Christ and be encouraged as a body of believers.  Well events are a way we hear the Word of God through a fun, engaging, and intentional evening.
 
Christmas Brunch
The Christmas Brunch is Fellowship Women’s largest gathering each year. Designed as a respite in the midst of the Christmas season, it is an event to celebrate God’s goodness through hospitality and fellowship.
 
Women’s Retreats
It is important for us to seek intimate time with the Lord and with the Body of Christ. Retreats are a part of our life and vital to our relationships at Fellowship. Retreats are offered in November and April. 

follow wm on social media

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A Different Conversation—a place to find encouragement and community.
Find and read devotionals written by Fellowship Women on our blog.

Online Resources:

A Different Conversation—a place to find encouragement and community.
Find and read devotionals written by Fellowship Women on our blog.

amy ragon

Women's Ministry Director

rooted

widows ministry

Rooted ministry exists to encourage, equip and provide support to widows through prayer, study, monthly gatherings and outreach within our community. To meet the spiritual needs of women who have experienced the death of their spouse.