About the Women's Ministries Department
Women’s Ministries Mission
The mission of Women’s Ministries is to bring women into the knowledge of Jesus Christ; encourage their full potential in influencing family, friends and community; equip them for growth in personal understanding and life skills; address issues which affect particularly women and their families in the world.
'I will lead a life of integrity …' (Psalm 101:2b - New Living Translation)
‘I will live a pure life in my house …’Psalm 101:2b, GNB
Equip, Empower, Encourage and Enrich Women Leaders in Kingdom Building
Every day women search for meaning and purpose in their lives. Every day The Salvation Army Women’s Ministries in your community is poised to meet the needs of women who are looking for opportunities to bring women into a relationship with Jesus Christ, to encourage their full potential in influencing family, friends and community, equip women for growth in personal understanding and in life skill and address issues which affect women and their families in their world.
The information and resources shared on this webpage will empower and equip you to embrace Women’s ministries in your ministry unit to make a difference in the lives of women, children and families.
Through carefully designed pages you will experience the potential of touching lives through Women’s Ministries. Each page has been carefully equipped with ministry tools, teaching aids and creative ideas to assist you in meeting needs and transforming lives. This web resource will assist you in planning and executing your mandate to provide opportunities for women to experience worship, education, fellowship and service.
We invite you to journey with us as we build the kingdom in our territory through ministry to women.
Commissioner Tracey Tidd
Territorial President of Women’s Ministries
Colonel Shelley Hill
Territorial Secretary of Women’s Ministries
Major Darlene Anderson
Assistant Territorial Secretary of Women’s Ministries
Captain Laura Van Schaick
Program and Resource Officer
Major Barbara Dalrymple