S.A.L.T Women’s Ministry

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Sisters Abiding in Light and Truth

  • The Women’s Ministry of FBC Moore is about growing up together in our love for Jesus and our desire to live for Him. Our mission statement says, “We are sisters who will grow in passionate love for our heavenly Father as we abide in his son Jesus Christ, becoming a light in the darkness to those around us, guiding women on a path to the truth that sets us free.”
  • We believe the most important word in this mission statement is abide. Everything comes from abiding in Jesus. Jesus says (John 15:5) “…if you remain (or abide) in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit: apart from me you can do nothing.”
  • We believe we will not accomplish anything that our hearts truly long for or desire apart from abiding daily with Jesus and living life together with other believers. The goal of this women’s ministry is to discover what it means to abide in Jesus and together encourage the women around us to discover the great hope, joy, light, life, and freedom that comes from daily abiding with Him and following Him together into the abundant life He offers.

Fall Bible Studies

Monday Nights: (starting September 8)
Lord, Teach Me to Pray by Kay Arthur
6:30 to 8:30 pm in W202
no childcare

Tuesday Morning: (starting September 9)
A Study of Psalm 119, written and taught by Lyn Smith
9:30 to 11:30 am in Fellowship Hall
childcare available

Wednesday Nights: (starting September 10)
A Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster
6 to 8 pm in E109
childcare available

Special Info Night--Wednesday August 27th, 6 pm, room E109

Contact Us

For general questions about SALT, contact Michelle Smith at salt@fbcmoore.org.

For promotions and events, contact Sara Lohman at events@saltwomensministry.com.

For questions about ladies bible study, contact Joanna Duck at biblestudy@saltwomensministry.com.

For missions and outreach, contact Rhonda Hill at outreach@saltwomensministry.com

For any other inquires, contact Juli Harman at juli.harman@fbcmoore.org