About Us

Who are the Women of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) Church?

They are women in love with the Lord, Jesus Christ, devoted to their families, supportive of their churches, and determined to help lead others to know and enjoy the fulness of life that only Christ can give.

They are women who honor their heritage of faith as they live vibrantly in the present, looking to the glorious hope of the future.

We are women just like you: young, old, and everything in-between. Married, single, widowed, or divorced. Some with children, some without. Moms that work, and Moms that don’t. Wives at home, sisters at school, empty-nesters, and, well, you get the picture.

ARP women are a diversely unified group! ARP women have a long history of commitment to Missions and Ministries, both of which continue to define and guide who they are today. Strong support of the Agencies and Ministries of our denomination has long been the heartbeat of the women.

Though faithfulness, love, devotion, unity, commitment, and strength may be words used to describe an ARP woman, they are not qualities or character traits that come naturally or easily to her, or anyone. These attributes are present and evident in one’s life only because of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ: a relationship nurtured and refined through prayer, bible study, and the faithful application and practice of biblical truths and principals in every aspect of life. This is what each ARP woman aspires to as she strives to reach her chief end – to glorify God and enjoy Him forever!

Who are the women of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church? We are women who are determined to:

  • Know Jesus Intimately
  • Love Jesus Faithfully
  • Serve Jesus Fruitfully

We invite you to come, spend some time with us, explore our site so that you may discover more about: who we are and who we are becoming… what we have done and what we are doing… why we do what we do… and… where God may be calling you to come to Know, Love, and Serve Jesus today!

Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. -Ecclesiastes 4:9-10