Women's Ministry exists for the purpose of leading women into a growing relationship with Christ and with each other, and to equip women to disciple and serve. Women's Ministry is focused on five areas: CONNECTIONS, BIBLE STUDIES, PRAYER, SERVICE, and WOMAN TO WOMAN.


The Redeemer’s Mentoring Ministry exists to develop meaningful, Christ-centered relationships between generations of women at Redeemer's Fellowship. The goal is to fulfill the Titus 2:3-5 biblical mandate that older women of the church should teach younger women through one-on-one mentorship. This ministry will kick off on September 28, but profile applications must be received no later than September 2. Click HERE to watch how the Mentoring Ministry is making an impact in women's lives.
For more information see our FAQs HERE.

Contact Mary Anne Lynn for more information by EMAIL.



The purpose of Bible Study is twofold: To help women develop a passion for the Scriptures, and to provide opportunities for women to study God's Word together so that each woman will know, understand, and apply what the Bible says, with the goal of becoming a wholehearted follower of Jesus.

For more information about our Women's Bible Studies contact Meredith Libby by EMAIL, or Cheryl Caplan by EMAIL.



The Connections team designs events which are intended to draw women together in an environment where they may grow in their relationship with the Lord and each other, while being encouraged and nurtured for ministry. 




In order to increase the understanding that, “...apart from Me (Christ) you can do nothing...” (John 15:5), the Prayer Strand's purpose is to encourage, disciple, and develop opportunities for women to pray and grow deeper in their personal and corporate prayer lives. 


The Prayer Tree is made up of "branches," creating a powerful network of prayer over areas of ministry and events at Redeemer's. Each branch consists of people agreeing together, in focused prayer, over a specific ministry. 

  • Develop thoughtful, intentional prayer with God's concerns and priorities in mind.

  • Cultivate an unceasing attitude of prayer, as well as the practice of focused prayer.

  • Take an active role in standing against Satan's schemes.

For more information regarding our Prayer Strand, please contact Mary Anne Lynn by EMAIL, or Carolee Harbour by EMAIL



The Service Strand shares opportunities and encourages women to serve by making needs of the body, the local community, and the world known to women at Redeemer's.

For more information, contact Ruth Bilder by EMAIL, or Destiny Molatore by EMAIL.