Women's Ministry

"Columbia women igniting passion for Jesus Christ
by providing opportunities for spiritual growth
through stronger relationships with other women."

Women's Ministry is a dynamic ministry designed to provide opportunities for women to grow spiritually through strengthening their relationships with God and other women.

You are welcome to join any time and see if God might be calling you to be a part of the Women's Ministry Leadership Team. For more information, email Debbie Jaeger.

Upcoming Events

Women's Pajama's and Popcorn 
Movie Night
Friday, February 5, 6:30-9:30pm

Put on your PJs and slippers and grab your favorite candy to share at this time of fun and fellowship. We'll have popcorn and drinks while we watch the transformational movie War Room. Please bring a canned food item to donate to the food pantry as your admission. Bring a friend and register today! 

NorthStar Women's Conference
Living Free: Raw Honesty. Fresh Hope
Saturday, March 5, 8am, First Baptist Church of Woodbridge 

Don't miss the NorthStar “Living Free: Raw Honesty, Fresh Hope” Women’s conference featuring the dynamic speaker, author, blogger, and Bible Study teacher Angie Smith. Columbia has a block of tickets for the conference, which will be held at the First Baptist Church of Woodbridge. Get yours today at the early bird price! Contact Robyn Miner, rminer@columbiabaptist.org.

Women's Bible studies

Mother's Bible Study
Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30am, Room 229
Led by Pastor Lora Gravatt
Need an intergenerational community who understands that good moms have messy kitchens and laundry piles? We have FREE CHILDCARE, coffee, tea, snacks, and a seat for YOU at our table. We are currently looking at how God delivered His people and gave them His Law through the Exodus.

Joyful Sisters Women's Bible Study:  Hosea by Jennifer Rothchild
Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm, Room 127
Led by Jan Brinson
Come join us as we look at the amazing love God has for his wayward people illustrated by the wondrous journey of Hosea. Hosea deals with betrayal and other life situations on his way to finding hope in God’s love and the coming Messiah.

Daughters of the King, led by Carolyn Adams
Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm, Room 301 (new room!)
As we meditate on the Apostle Paul’s four prison epistles (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians andPhilemon), we will see that Jesus is above all, and that Christ is alive in His people and His people are alive in Christ.