The Women’s Ministry at Calvary strives to meet women where they are in their walk with Christ. We want to help women become engaged in ministry to mature as a disciple of Christ, and in doing so, step out to expand His kingdom. We do this by offering weekly bible studies for women and some special events during the year.

To find out more information about women’s ministry, email Anita Hall. Click here to sign up to receive e-mails about future events.



June 6 | Women’s Evening Bible Study

Armor of God | Wednesday Evenings 6:00p – 7:30p | B1305
Join Priscilla Shirer and find a personal strategy to secure victory
over the enemy. Suit up and stand firm with the armor of God’s Word.
For more information contact: Emma Denny


Single Mom’s Small Group
Beginning January 10 | Wednesday evenings 6:00 – 7:30p
Calvary Central Campus | Room B 2405

Join us and other moms just like you, as we seek to find balance in our lives. When we are feeling overwhelmed and challenged at every turn, it is important to have a Christ-centered foundation to help us meet the daily struggles of being a single mom.

Child Care provided | Preschool: Birth to 2 yrs | AWANA: 2.5yr to 5th grade
Student Programs: The Link 6th through 12th grade in the Worship Center

Single Moms & Kids Saturday Social
Color & Coffee & Community  | A Free Event
Saturdays:  November 11 | December 9 | January 13 | February 10
Calvary Central Campus |10:00a to Noon

Join Single Mom’s in our community for a time of fun and fellowship. On each of the Saturday’s listed above we will have coffee, light snacks, and activities for moms and their children. For more information contact: Sharon Frennea 336.918.7649 or Anita Hall.


It does not matter how much experience you have or what your age may be, you can be a part of this unique ministry. You may have the gift of sewing or prayer, or the gift of putting together patterns and colors, or the gift of coordinating resources. God can use you if you are willing. Under the leadership of Melody Welch, this ministry has become as much about prayer and ministering to the community as it is about quilting.  Quilts are given to children and adults who have experienced a life threatening illness or loss.

“A day stitched in prayer is less likely to unravel; instructed with God’s Wisdom, threaded with His Love.”