The Severn Run Women’s Ministry is called Sigma Delta which means “A Sisterhood of Daughters.” We endeavor to support and encourage one another as sisters in faith as we journey to becoming the women God calls us to be.
At Severn Run, one of our passions is to connect, and that’s what Sigma Delta seeks to achieve. We do this through a variety of activities and events--with at least one event per month where ladies can engage in relationship with one another. You are invited to connect with us too!
Sigma Delta Events Can Include:
- Book Club
- Paint Nights
- Game Nights
- Movie Nights
- Day Trips
- Yard Sales
- Clothing Swaps
Kick-Off Party, October 8th at 2:00 PM in Room 219
One of our favorite activities is the Secret Sister Project. Each semester you can sign up to be a Secret Sister and then for 12-16 weeks we encourage one another anonymously through gifts, notes, and prayer. We have a great reveal party at the end of our session which is tons of fun for everyone. If you want to join Secret Sisters, download and fill out the questionnaire below and either email it to Erin or drop it off at the Secret Sister Chest in the Atrium by Sunday, October 8.
Upcoming Events Include:
Why We Love Sigma Delta:
“I was blessed through the Secret Sister Project when I was sick and in the hospital. The encouragement and cards I received were so uplifting.” - Barbara Wandel
“I love that we are making ourselves available and reaching out into the community to other ladies. What I love most about the group is the heart of the group and the passion for reaching out to those in need.” - Emily Light
Erin Allison: Erin is a military spouse with 3 young children, and has been attending Severn Run since March of 2014. Her passion is bringing women of all ages, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds together to grow in relationship with Jesus. Erin enjoys travel with her family, reading, and having coffee with friends.
Susan Carter: Susan is married with children (a pre-teen, a teenager, and an adult). She has a heart for women and desires for them to have a relationship with God and with one another. She enjoys corporate worship, discipleship, and fellowship with other women as experienced through women’s conferences. Susan finds joy in time spent with her family and treasures her friendships with her sisters in Christ.