Women In The Church (WIC)

The WIC ministry of St. Andrews seeks to gather women of all ages in the church together for the purpose of fellowship, encouragement, and discipleship. WIC has several large and small group activities as well as sub-ministries designed to meet the individual needs of each woman.  

WIC has several programs and ongoing and annual events. Check some of these out below!

See the calendar for this women's gatherings this week!

upcoming events

WIC Fall Kick-Off

The Women of the church will be gathering to kick off the fall semester on Monday, August 19th, from 7-9pm at the Moseley House. All women are invited to come as we fellowship together and look forward to another year ministering to one another!

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Hear Liz talk about WIC Ministries

Current & Upcoming Bible Studies

  • Tuesday Morning Study

    This study began June 18th, but continues every Tuesday from 9:30-11:00. 

    We are going through Paul David Tripp's study Good & Angry.

    Childcare is available for children 4 and under. 

    Contact the church office with any questions.  If you are unable to make a study, click here to listen on our sound cloud account of past studies!

  • Friday morning study

    This study began, May 31st, but meets every Friday from 6:30-7:30am, at Panera Bread. We are going through Al Mohler's We Cannot Stay Silent

    Contact the church office or Amy Jaeger with any questions. 

Regular Events

  • Quarterly Luncheons

    Every quarter, all women in the church are invited to lunch on us! Check the bulletin or the Bagpiper newsletter in your email for more info. (Click here to email the church office and request the newsletter.)

  • Invited!

    "Women walking alongside one another to be known, discovered, and loved"

    Invited! Is a two fold Women's ministry: 

    1) Mentorship Program: People in a mentoring relationship have the opportunity to truly know and encourage one another. If you would be interested in becoming a mentor OR having a mentor, please contact Dorothy, Evie, Maria or Paula

    2) "Desserts and Discuss": A montly gathering to eat, encourage, and discuss. Our topic will be dealing with rejection from a Biblical perspective using Lysa Terkeurst's book Uninvited. All ladies are welcome (regardless of being in a mentoring relationship)

  • Annual Women's Retreat

    The Annual Women's Retreat will be held February 21-23, 2020 at Callaway Gardens. More details to come!

  • Moms in Prayer

    Moms in Prayer meets Mondays 9-10 AM at church, in the Library (near the church office). "Moms" of all ages are invited to participate!

    No childcare is provided. For more info contact the church office.


  • Titus 2

    Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine.  They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self controlled, pure, working at home, kind and submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled.  Titus 2:3-5, ESV

    This program seeks to match ladies with a mentor.  In the past we have had home fellowships in order to foster these relationships.  We currently utilize our time at our quarterly luncheons to try to develop these relationships. 

    We believe that these relationships are important.  If you would like more information, please email Paula Anderson by clicking here

  • Share and Care

    "Share and Care" seeks primarily to help provide meals for church members who are in need because of a new baby, an illness, or hospitalization.  Ideally, church Small Groups will provide for most needs.  However, if a need arises for a church member that is not involved in a small group, or the need is substantial, the WIC committee is ready to assist. 

    Email Liz Brooks for more information by clicking here