The Women’s Ministry of First Baptist Norfolk exists to glorify God by reaching, teaching,
and encouraging the women of our church and Hampton Roads. Our ministry is
designed to help women connect to one another in settings where they can build
meaningful relationships with other women as they come to faith in God, grow in
Christian maturity, and live out their faith by service others. Our mission is to provide opportunities for women to grow in their faith as they
make friends who can encourage them on their journey with God. Our Bible
studies, LIFEgroups, encouragement groups, mission groups, community ministries,
and special events are planned with the needs of women in mind! Many of our ministries provide wonderful programs for preschool age and homeschooled children. Our desire is for women to Love God, Love Others, and Live the Mission!
Information on any of the opportunities below, contact
Liz Fentress, Women’s Ministry Assistant, at 757.802.9519 or email@example.com.
Women's Bible Study
Let's Do Lunch
Homeschool Mothers Encouragement Group
Military Wives Fellowship
Mom to Mom
Acts of Kindness
Cancer Survivors Encouragement
Sunday Morning LIFEgroups
Each month women gather for a one hour luncheon to mingle with friends, make
new friends, and listen to an inspiring speaker. Usually meets the second Tuesday of
each month except for June, July, and August. Childcare is available by RSVP.
Tickets are $6 and are on sale in the Lobby. Details: Liz Fentress, firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.9519.
This group serves to build
up and equip one another in our calling as Homeschool mothers through the study
of God's Word, encouragement, mentoring, and fellowship. Meets on the
second Wednesday of each month (except June, July, and August) from 6-7:30 pm in Room 319 at our Kempsville Road Location. Leader: Gretchen Gray, email@example.com
2020 Event Dates: 1/8, 2/12, 3/11, 4/8, 5/13
This ministry of First Baptist Norfolk provides encouragement, support, and friendship for military wives. All ladies married to military men are welcome and invited! We meet the fourth Thursday of each month (except
June, July, August, and December) at 10 am in the Parlor at our Kempsville Road Location. A quality preschool and homeschool
program is provided. Find out more about the Military Ministry.
The theme of our study will be Growing a Child = Growing a Mom. It meets the first and third Thursday of each month at our Kempsville Road Location, Room 300, from 9:30-11:45 am. Mom to Mom is a biblically based ministry designed around the Titus 2:4 concept of older women teaching and encouraging younger women. Free childcare/preschool drop-off is available. Book & registration fee: $20. Scholarships available upon requests. Click here for more information and to register, or call 802-9516.
Project Comfort is a sewing ministry whose mission is to bring comfort to people -- whether that's making a pillow for a woman with breast cancer, an outfit for a newborn in need, or a crocheted hat for a homeless person. Project Comfort is an unpaid volunteer ministry that is completely self-funded through donations. There is much work to be done, and you can be involved! If you're interested in volunteering or donating to Project Comfort, please contact Debbie Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about Project Comfort in this blog post.
First Baptist Norfolk Women's Ministry works in partnership with the Cancer
Care Foundation of Tidewater performing acts of kindness and caring to those
struggling with cancer. Our volunteers offer an encouraging word and a snack to
eat while having a positive impact on patients, caregivers, nurses and
to women who are survivors of cancer by providing fellowship and encouragement
relative to their needs.
Specifically designed for Women. Please join
us Sunday morning!
“Women with a Mission” (Quillin) – FH100A
“Women of Praise” (Hardway) – Room 310
“Women of Faith” (Greene) – Parlor
“Sisters in Faith" (Verhaagen) – Room 128
“Women of the Word” (Hipple) – FH100C
Facebook: @FirstNorfolkWomen Instagram: @firstnorfolkwomen