Women in Ministry
The Women in Ministry Commission was formed with a desire to serve the PCCNA in advancing the kingdom of God, positively impacting the cause of Christ and His Church in North America, and promoting unity among people of the Spirit.
To equip, resource, and encourage women in ministry to form relational networks, designed to provide opportunities for living scripturally enriched and healthy lives
- A loving community to develop friendships with other women in ministry (Acts 2:42; Philippians 2:1, 2)
- An edifying Word offered in a variety of resources and settings (2 Timothy 3:16,17; Colossians 3:16)
- Healing hope for those struggling with day-to-day challenges of ministry (Isaiah 61:1-3)
- A growing faith through nurturing covenant groups, retreats, life coaching, and ongoing dialogue (Hebrews 10:24)
Our initial goals are to establish a listing of resources and networks that are currently available through PCCNA member organizations, connect monthly through Covenant Connection Newsletters, and offer monthly covenant conference calls as opportunities for women in ministry to connect. (The Helper Connection, a commission member ministry organization, also provides regional covenant group facilitator trainings for ministry wives and women in ministry. Please see contact information below.)
We would hope to establish a listing of resources and networks that are currently available through PCCNA member organizations, connect monthly through Covenant Connection Newsletters and conference calls, offer a loving atmosphere to develop friendships with other women in ministry, and provide regional facilitator trainings for ministry wives and women in ministry.
- Kay Horner, Chairperson
Center for Spiritual Renewal
- Wanda Brackett, Co-chair
- Janice Scott, Secretary
The commission will meet annually in conjunction with the annual meeting of the PCCNA. Additional meetings will be scheduled each year in locations of common interest to the commission members, in regional facilitator trainings, or via teleconference or other electronic medium.