"A place where ALL women belong..."
Mitchell Road’s ministry to women seeks to offer a place for all women to belong, to grow in their love and understanding of Jesus, and then to help others grow as well. The foundation of all we do is God’s word. It is the basis for how we love, care for, and encourage one another. Women’s discipleship happens formally through Mentor Moms, Bible Studies, and Journey Groups.
For information about all of our groups, studies, or Mentor Moms, contact our Director of Women's Discipleship, Sarah Warren, at email@example.com.
Mentor Moms offers support and encouragement for mothers in all stages of child-rearing. It's a time of fellowship with other moms and an opportunity to learn, grow, and discuss common issues.
Groups meet on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 9:15 am - 11:15 am. Moms of all ages and stages form table groups of 7-10 to discuss a book. Childcare is limited. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This is a smaller group (5-7 women) of intentional discipleship that meets weekly or every other week at various times and locations. The hope is that these group would be together 2-3 years. This is a place where you will be deeply known, grow in your gospel identity as a godly woman, and as a result, disciple other women.
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Our desire is to constantly offer a variety of opportunities for the women of Mitchell Road to be in a group of other women to study and apply the word of God.
Safe places purpose is to create an environment where the beginning of accountability, sharing, and confession can occur.
Circle of Friends: A support group for widows mourning the loss of their spouse. This group seeks to provide a new joyful bond of sisters in Christ, to lessen feelings of loneliness and solitude.
Women Dealing with Infertility: A support group for women who have experienced or are currently experiencing infertility. We want you to be connected with women who understand your trial, during this emotional and painful time.
Women Dealing with Shame Issues: Women who struggle with shame because of addictions, control/fear issues, emotional/physical abuse, abortion, anxiety/depression, anger (toward God, self or others), adultery and promiscuity, same sex attraction, obsessive or intrusive thoughts or any other issues that have produced shame in their lives.