Women’s Ministry at Metropolitan is committed to loving and serving women through our various ministries. We want women to experience God in a fresh, new way. The Women’s Ministry strives to meet the following goals:
- To minister to the women of Metropolitan by drawing them to a closer relationship with God.
- To equip the women of Metropolitan to serve each other and serve the church by exercising their spiritual gifts and talents.
- To encourage faithful prayer for our church and the needs of others.
- To provide training and opportunities for outreach to the community.
- To develop and encourage unity among the women of Metropolitan.
Our Women’s Ministry desires to have all women involved–young, not so young, single, or married. We have many opportunities for you to get involved.
Prepare meals for funerals, parents with newborns, people with illnesses
Prayer Chain: praying for the needs of the church body
Heart to Heart: forming relationships between younger and older women
Hospitality: serving at various functions of the churches
Special Events: uniting women through retreat, programs, and events
Women’s Bible Studies
Book of Ephesians
Begins Wednesday, September 4
6:45 p.m., MB 127-128
Join us Wednesday evenings this fall as we study the letter of Paul to the Ephesians. The book study will be followed in the spring by a closer look at Ephesians 5 in The Armor of God by Priscilla Shirer.
Call Louise Cheek with any questions (405-830-9858).
September 5 – November 7
9:15 – 11:30 a.m., MB 113-114
Contact Carolyn Churchill about being a part of this study (405-740-6413 or email@example.com).
“In the Beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”
Do I believe this statement that God has revealed in His Book? What does this really mean, and how does it affect my daily life?
When you immerse yourself in the Biblical account of Creation, you will be led to know your Creator in deeper ways, increasing your awe of Him. You will also gain insight into who you are in relationship to your Maker and will gain a more complete understanding of your own purpose and how to live. Explore the Biblical account of Creation found in chapters one and two, how the world was created, and how man came into being. (This will be the beginning of a 2-year study in the book of Genesis, with Fall and Spring covering chapters 1-11.)
Books are available for purchase in the church office for those wanting to get a head start on the study. Cost: $10.00.
Jonah, Navigating a Life Interrupted study by Priscilla Shirer
September 5 – October 17
9:30 – 11:15 a.m., MB 111
Contact Georganne Thomas about being a part of this study (405-245-4222 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
This study looks at Jonah’s lack of obedience to God, how God intervened to save Jonah and to save the people of Nineveh, who were Israel’s arch enemies. In the book Priscilla highlights God’s call to obedience in our own lives.
Childcare is available for both studies by reservation. Contact Beth Click (405-510-7373) or email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Metropolitan Baptist Church is at the corner of N Rockwell Avenue and W Britton Road. You will find parking on both the east and west sides of the main building. The main entrance is on the east side. If you are not a member, visitor parking is available near the main entrance.