Together in Pursuit
October 6-7, 2023
Connect Church - Bozeman
WHO WE ARE
MONTANA MINISTRY NETWORK WOMEN
Bringing the women of Montana together -
because God does mighty things when two or more gather in His name!
To equip, encourage and bless Montana Ministry Network churches and women,
as well as the ministry women who serve them.
Montana Ministry Network Women is composed of three arms:
Leading Women - Local & Statewide
Pastor Wives & Ministry Women
With an emphasis on working together, our aim is to provide:
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Coming Together - Changing the World!
JOIN THE SISTERHOOD!
We are looking for 1000 SISTERS to help us fund our MMN Women's department as we
minister to women in the state and around the world!
For just $100 a year or $10 a month, you can be a part of equipping churches, training leaders and supporting missionaries. It's a big work - but with all of us working together, we can truly change the world.
Click below to go to our secure Montana Ministry Network site to donate. Give the entire amount at one time ($100 a year) or set up auto-withdrawal for $10 each month from your bank account.
Hope you'll join the "Sisterhood" today!
Any questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Two are better than one...If either of them falls down, one can help the other up."
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM
Because we truly believe"two are better than one,"
we are re-imagining women's ministry in the context of teams from the top down.
Rather than a single leader, our executive team gives oversight and direction to the different arms of ministry. And we are building teams on every level - from statewide women events and girls ministry to pastor wives/ministry women online gatherings, groups of women are coming together to make important things happen.
For each of us have talents and skills God wants to use. And when the Body of Christ
works together, God moves in a mighty way! We hope you'll be a part.
MMN Women Executive Leadership Team
Jessica Nelsen | Colleen Phillips | Missy Grinnell | Kim Greenwald