Women's Ministry

The Women’s Ministry of Mount Zion is committed to equipping and empowering our women to glorify God and to use their God-given gifts by developing a passion for God’s Word, cultivating a heart of worship and a passion for prayer, providing a community in which to build godly relationships, and fostering a desire for godly accountability, discipleship, and evangelism.

Women of Zion

Fall 2019 classes

Tuesdays  |  9am-11am  |  Fellowship Hall  
Contact the church office for more information  |  256-837-2665


Women of Zion is a women's discipleship group focused on encouraging women in their pursuit of spiritual growth through small-group Bible study, prayer, and fellowship with women in every stage of life. A variety of Bible studies by popular authors is offered each spring and fall.  Childcare is available.  There is a cost for each class, but no one will be left out due to financial difficulty.  


The next Women of Zion Kickoff Breakfast is in January, 2020.  Meetings are weekly, on Tuesdays at 9:00 in the CMC (gym),  The cost for the breakfast is $5; classes begin the week following the kickoff.  The kickoff date will be listed as soon as it is scheduled. For more information, contact Lynell Aycock at 256-837-2665 or send an email:  Lynell.Aycock@mzbc.net.

  • pathways: lessons from esther - from providence to purpose

    Led by Ruth Kirkland and Beth Smith.  6 weeks. The story of Esther appears to be a series of coincidences that deliver the Jews from certain death.  However, God selected Esther for a particular purpose and a particular time in the history of His chosen people.  These resources will help you discover the power of God's providence in the midst of your personal pain, fear, gain, loss, and love.  You'll see that God has a purpose for your life, and He uses every action and event that occurs in it to make that purpose a reality. 

  • god is more than enough

    Led by Cindy Leaphart and Taby Rogers.  6 weeks.

    Many of learned Psalm 23 as children and can quote it word for word.  But how many of us live as though we believe it?  Too often our daily lives are riddled with worry and anxious thoughts.  In this study, Tony Evans takes a deeper look at this familiar passage to show that, no matter how things appear, our Good Shepherd is constantly at work on our behalf.  Rediscover how you can fully rely on His goodness and mercy all the days of your life. 


  • the power of a godly grandparent: leaving a spiritual legacy: for grandparents of grandchildren from birth through adulthood

    Led by Joy Smith and Kathy Blades.  8 weeks.  You may or may not have material wealth to leave your grandchildren, but you have a rich heritage to pass on.  Give your grandchildren the power of unconditional love, faithful prayer, and a spiritual legacy.  Give your grandchildren the power of your own testimony of faith and show them how God will be faithful through the coming generations.  God gives grandparents a sacred trust - an opportunity to imprint another generation with the message of His faithfulness.  You can stand in the gap by being a godly example and praying for your grandchildren.  

  • finding god faithful - a study on the life of joseph

    Led by Sherry Rist and Pat Dykes.  10-12 weeks.  Trace the path of Joseph's life in the book of Genesis to observe how God's sovereignty reigns, even in our darkest moments.  Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God's plan when life doesn't make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance.  His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable.  

Women's missionary union (WMU)

In 1888, a handful of Baptist Women dedicated to the cause of missions founded WMU. Since that time, WMU has become the largest Protestant organization for women in the world, with a membership of approximately 1 million.

 

Mount Zion has deep roots in WMU as well, forming their own WMU in 1914. We continue that tradition today with many age-level mission organizations. These organizations include Women on Mission, Girls of Grace Acteens, Girls in Action and Mission Friends.

 

For detailed information about WMU, contact Kenya Jernigan, MZBC WMU Director at kenya@posum.com

Women on Mission

Women on Mission for women ages 18 and up will equip Christian women to follow God’s call into missions awareness, action and advocacy. We pray together, fellowship, and serve in missions. We invite you to join us as we meet together to become more aware of how we can serve our Lord and how we can share His hope with a lost world.


Monthly Group Meeting Times:


First Thursday of the month: 

6:30pm  |  Be the Light myMission Group

Contact  |  Jess Gordon  |  callmejess@gmail.com


Second Monday of the month:

9am  |  Doris McMichael Group

Contact  |  Linda Berry |  lberry1946@knology.net


10am  |  Mildred Fanning Group

Contact  |  Nancy Smith  |  rwscmls@aol.com 


10:30am|  Mary Martha Group (Meets in Fellowship Hall)

Contact  |  Ruth Kirkland  |  kirklandruth@gmail.com 


6pm  |  Agnes Douglass Group

Contact  |  Betty Satterfield  |  bettyjeansatterfield@hotmail.com 


Second Tuesday of the month:

7pm  |  Heart to Heart

Contact  |  Pam Kroeger  |  pjkroeger@att.net 


Second Friday of the month:

11am | Women of the Word

Contact | Stephanie Woods | stephanie.g.woods@gmail.com


Third Tuesday of the month:

6:30pm | Mississippi Momos myMission Group

Contact | Andria Dyess | andria.dyess@gmail.com


Fourth Monday of the month: 

7pm  |   Vera Hogan Group

Contact  |  Linda Serwecki  |  ljserwecki@gmail.com

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