The Women’s Ministry group is led by our First Lady, Christy Griffith.

Within this group, our ladies have an opportunity to minister to one another, plan church fellowship events and participate in outreach events. 

For more information, please see Christy Griffith or email us at


What Ministers to a Woman?

Today like never before, women are hurting. They are overwhelmed with responsibilities and inundated with lies. Many come from unhealthy and dysfunctional backgrounds that have left them ill-equipped to handle life’s pressures. Due to heavy responsibilities and dissolving families, many women feel isolated and lonely.

When a woman walks into a church, she is looking for someone to care, encourage, and listen to her—she desperately needs the Body of Christ. She wants to know that she is not alone, and she needs the hope that a personal relationship with Jesus can provide.

While sermons can challenge and inspire a woman, genuine life-change happens when someone enters her emotional world, connects with her, and encourages her on a personal level. She experiences the most growth within relationships that provide empathy, presence, conversation, and emotional connection.

The Bible tells us that women are the best models of godly behavior for other women (Titus 2). Women understand women. Ministry to women, by women, is a vital part of a healthy congregation.

©2012 National Women’s Department, General Council of the Assemblies of God