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Women’s Ministries at Broadway

New Adventures in Sisterhood

Women’s Ministries at Broadway seek to bring together women, in all seasons of life, to encourage spiritual maturity and godly service.

A range of activities, events, studies and meeting times give you the chance to connect meaningfully with other women and better understand God’s Word and purpose for your life. Our goal (through community, Bible study, activities and service to one another and those around us) is not only to be knowledgeable about the Bible, but to be transformed women who are growing in their faith and who are bringing the good news of the Gospel to our families and community.

Upcoming

Ladies’ Summer Bible Study

August 3 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Tuesday, repeating until August 24, 2021

Plan to join us for an afternoon of fun and creativity on August 21. “Burst of Butterflies” will provide supplies and instruction for you to show off your painting skills.  We will provide the treats and beverages. Come and bring your friends. We’ll meet in the South Lobby Classroom from 1 – 3pm. Registration is online in early August.

Save the date! We will have our Fall Kick-off Event September 18. Theme: My Body, God’s Temple. Our special guest is Comedian/Inspirational Speaker Amberlee Neese, whom many have heard at Aspire. The event will be held off-campus and features a fun mocktail hour prior to our dinner (with festive desserts from “Therapy with a Cherry”) and program. Watch for registration information in early September!

Stop by our table in the lobby on August 15 or August 22 to take a look at our Fall Bible Study options. Then make your choice and register! (See options below.)

Mark your calendars for the start of our Fall Bible Studies, September 14. You now have options! Choose between “A Woman who Doesn’t Quit,” a study of the Book of Ruth, or “It’s Not Supposed to be This Way,” by Lisa TerKuerst. Online registration begins mid-August.

Ongoing Activities

Bring your current work-in-progress to the South Lobby Classroom from 5 to 9 p.m. on the last Friday of every month. Bring a snack to share, too, if you’d like. There is no cost or sign-up…just a desire for great fellowship with others. Bring friends, and kids working on crafts are welcome to come with their adult.

We get together on the second Thursday of every month just to have fun while playing games. We meet in the South Lobby Classroom starting at 6:30 p.m. The die-hards stay until 9 p.m.! Bring your favorite game, or just come and join in on games others have brought. You may also bring a snack to share, if you like!

Our Outreach

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Several ladies from Broadway Women’s Ministries recently toured the Dream Center in Phoenix. An old Embassy Suites Hotel is gradually being remodeled and refurbished to make a home for girls rescued from human trafficking.
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Tour guide, Michelle, showed the room that was furnished with the money donated by women at Broadway. She explained that the punching bag (on the right) is purposely placed for the girls to use when they need to release their anger.
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The room has two twin beds for two girls to share the room.
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The room is actually like an apartment with a kitchenette.
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And here is the living room.
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The rooms carry names rather than numbers. Michelle explained that room numbers can frighten the girls as they are associated with hotel room numbers where the girls have spent their lives being used and abused.
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Several ladies from Broadway Women’s Ministries recently toured the Dream Center in Phoenix. An old Embassy Suites Hotel is gradually being remodeled and refurbished to make a home for girls rescued from human trafficking.
dream center 1
Tour guide, Michelle, showed the room that was furnished with the money donated by women at Broadway.
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The room has two twin beds for two girls to share the room.
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The room is actually like an apartment with a kitchenette.
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And here is the living room.
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The rooms carry names rather than numbers. Michelle explained that room numbers can frighten the girls as they are associated with hotel room numbers where the girls have spent their lives being used and abused.
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Past Events

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