National Women's Ministries
The United Pentecostal Church of Australia, National Women’s Ministry department consists of women of all ages who call your church their church. Our department exists to connect women to each other and to the heart of God. Our desire is to assist the local churches to equip and disciple women, to connect women to the larger body of Christ, and to encourage women through this connection to grow deep, be bold and to fulfil the call of God in their lives.
The NWM theme for 2024 is “United: one accord in one place”. Acts 2:1 “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place”.
We know that if the women of Australia stand united, we will see the glory and power of God upon our lives, our churches, and our nation. Being united was a prerequisite for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost. It is our united desire, to see revival in Australia.
This year in National Women’s Ministry, we will stand United.
We will celebrate and showcase being united with a scriptural focus each month. This monthly theme will bring ladies in one accord through our social media platforms. We are united in hope, in prayer, in love, in boldness, in glorifying, in fellowship, in faith, in praise, in destiny, in strength and in effort. We are also looking forward to being united in one place at our National Ladies Conference in July.
The work of God is not about any of us individually. We don’t have to be strong on our own. We are united, and we are stronger together. We can be a united, advancing, end time army with a focus on building the Kingdom of God.
The reach of the NWM of Australia extends beyond our nation and provides a sponsorship program, supporting children in need at the Audrene Schism Children’s Home in Mizoram India. We are filled with joy as we financially support children because at the heart of women, is children.
We encourage you to connect with us. United we can stand, believing God, we can make a difference and we need all of you. Please stand united with us.
National Women’s Ministries Director