The Park Women’s Retreat 2018

“A Life of Worship”

Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting;
    but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.

~Proverbs 31:30

Women IN God’s Service at The Park

The Park Women’s Ministry {Women IN God’s Service — WINGS} empowers and enables the women of the church to serve each other and the women of the community at large. Through fellowship, encouragement, outreach, communication, and spiritual growth activities, The Park women grow in faith and in dedication to serving God. Every woman has gifts and talents that can be used for the glory of God.

There are many areas of ministry within WINGS, and we invite you to seek out the opportunities that speak to your heart. We encourage you to visit with our Women’s Ministry coordinators to help discover ways to serve with us.

Additionally, weekly daytime and evening women’s Bible classes are available during the school year at church and in homes across the area.

We look forward to growing and serving with you in God’s Kingdom!

What's Happening

Women In The Word @ The Park
Wednesdays | 10am*

The Park Chapel Reception Hall

Come early to fellowship with your Sisters!!

{*We follow the Tulsa Public Schools calendar for breaks and weather closures.}

JOB Bible Study
“This incredibly engaging and inimitable story proves that God’s providence will never take us to a place where His grace will not sustain us. No matter what difficulties we’re walking through, or crisis we’re facing we can rest in an unlikely joy.”  — Lisa Harper, Author

Imagine if a really good, Godly guy was just ambling along, minding his own, well-behaved business when he fell into into a deep pit of pain, loss and suffering. Then, when he was buried up to his neck in misery at the bottom of that horrible hole, he found out God allowed his terrible tumble. Surely he would renounce his faith in a compassionate Creator-Redeemer, right? Maybe get a huge, “God is dead or at least asleep at the wheel” tattoo across his back. Well, that scenario actually happened to a guy named Job and while history is blurry about the tattoo, it’s crystal clear about his unshakable faith. Despite overwhelming odds, Job clung tenaciously to the truth that God is good…even when life is unbelievably bad.