Women on Mission
Walnut Hills has a long tradition of mission involvement through WMU of Virginia. WMU’s purpose is to challenge, prepare and equip Christian believers to be involved in God’s mission. Join us to hear from missionaries on God’s work and how we can be a part of it. Several organizations under the WMU umbrella lead adults, youth and children to learn how to live a missional lifestyle.
Women on Mission groups provide a relational and dynamic way
for women to grow in Christ and answer His call to become disciples.
Through Bible study, prayer, devotions, mission projects and outreach each meeting offers opportunities and resources to be involved with missions in our everyday lives. Whether it’s following social media, reading a blog, asking some friends to volunteer together once a month, or even purchasing fair-trade products to help fight human trafficking and poverty — there is something for everyone in Women on Mission.
Acteens groups provide a fun, dynamic and experiential way for teenage girls in grades seven through twelve to grow in relationship to Christ. Through Bible study, mission projects and relationships with others, they learn to look beyond themselves and become actively involved in missions and ministry. What happens in Acteens doesn’t just stay within the walls of the church — girls are challenged to live their lives openly for Christ in a very authentic and influential way. They grow to see that God can use them every day in countless ways to change their world.
Girls-in-Action (GAs) is a dynamic WMU mission organization for girls in grades one through six. GAs helps girls grow in their spiritual development as they learn the biblical basis of missions and discover their part in God’s plan. GAs learn a biblical worldview, ways to demonstrate Christ’s love to others and how God is working around the world and their part in God’s plan.