Scottsdale Bible’s Women’s Ministry is designed for you to connect with other women, grow in your faith and use your God-given gifts to love and reach others. Our Bible Studies, outreach partnerships, unique programming, retreats, and special events are designed to help women develop deeper relationships with the Lord and eachother. We are committed to leadership development and helping women find their unique place at our church. Whatever season you may find yourself in, we have a place for you! Please take a few minutes to explore what we have for you!
If you desire to know God more by spending time in His Word, then our Women’s Bible Studies are for you. Join us for fellowship, teaching, prayer and small group time. This is an incredible way for you to nurture yourself spiritually and have a great time doing it! We have many options to choose from at all of our campuses.
Our Bible Study Teachers
Scottsdale Bible considers studying the Word of God a priority, and this is a key foundation of Women’s Ministry. We are blessed with an incredible team of gifted Bible teachers who inspire and encourage us to grow in our walks with Christ. Each teacher spends many hours in preparation and prayer. Their caring leadership allows women to learn and apply God’s Word while connecting with others in a small group setting.
Cactus Moms is a growing and active community that fellowships together as they draw closer in their relationship with God through prayer, socials, Bible studies, outreach, and discipleship. We would love to have you join us, if you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.
MOMS of Teenagers
MOMS of Teenagers is an informative, fun, Christ-centered community for moms whose youngest child is in fourth grade or older. Through biblically sound resources, great speakers, encouragement and friendship, we’re inspired to make a difference in our homes, friendships, and with our teenaged kids. Save the date for a kick-off meeting on Thursday, August 15 6:30 pm at the Cactus Campus in the Family Life Building. Join us and invite a friend!
Cactus Moms have a Facebook group that announces the variety of events and socials they have planned. They meet in homes, attend events together around town, schedule park and lunch play dates, and do life together in wonderful community.
Cactus Women in the Community
We actively serve our community in a wide variety of ways, such as serving together at House of Promise and Hope, Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank, Larkspur and Palomino Schools, and Mentor Kids USA. If you would like to get connected by serving with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with the outreach leader of the group you are interested in.
Widow 2 Widow
Monthly lunches every third Thursday, 11:30am, Bunker
We will share lunch together and other fun activities—something different each month. We might enjoy games, share recipe tricks, see a movie, hear a devotional and pray together, or even enjoy crocheting. The main thing is to enjoy each other in friendship and connection, both at our lunch and at other times throughout the month. For questions, please email email@example.com.
Single Women’s Small Group/Study
Tuesdays, 6:30pm, Mel Tardy’s Home (no meetings over the summer, will resume in August)
Teacher: Carol Gaulden
Women of all ages and stages are welcome (divorced, young professional, new to town, not married yet, etc.). This group meets in a home and always enjoys a study and prayer time together as well as fellowship and connection. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Serving our Community
Cactus women are actively involved in serving our neighboring community. To learn more, contact Kay Norris, our volunteer campus outreach coordinator, at email@example.com.
We serve together weekly at:
Threads of Hope
First Saturday of each month, 9am-12pm, Shea Campus, Room A8
Threads of Hope provides simple dresses and shorts to children in need around the world. Women meet monthly to sew clothes that are taken by SBC’s missions teams to orphanages, refugees, or low-income communities. Often, this is the only piece of clothing a child will own. A Threads of Hope label is sewn on to the hem of each garment to help protect children from predators, letting them know these children are under the care of a loving organization. If you don’t sew, you can help with cutting, sorting, packing, or by donating new/gently used pillowcases, fabric or decorative extras. We would love to have you join us! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.