As a woman living in the wild days of 2020, it can feel like the stories of women in the Bible are too far out of reach. But now, more than ever, is the time in which we should press in to all they have seen, heard and experienced. Through their stories, God has shown us the way in which he empowers and equips women to persevere and step into their calling. With strength and character these women have navigated some of life’s most difficult situations and by the grace of God, they found their footing to rise like beauty from the ashes. As our Sisterhood looks closely at their stories this year we will glean from the ways in which their triumphs can become our triumphs. Join us in 2020 as we draw from HERstory.
“Some of the most courageous, funny, brave, and faithful women in history, Bible women speak through the centuries with their words and the witness of their lives to guide and instruct our hearts. Their words are part of God’s word, the Bible, for a reason. Their stories are meant for us.”
-Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter by Lindsay Hardin Freeman
Sisterhood East Coast is a company of everyday women placing value upon womanhood with a heart to impact our cities and our world. We gather together at monthly services, weekly Connect Groups, and Sunday Church, where we embolden and equip each other to walk confidently into every sphere of life.
What We're Part Of
Connect groups are the heartbeat of who we are as a church, and that includes Sisterhood. We believe you aren't meant to do this life alone! Click to search for a group near you or come meet our team in the Welcome Lounge after any of our services!
Sisterhood is part of Hillsong Church, so that’s exactly where you’ll find us on a Sunday. Click here to find a campus near you!
I AM SISTERHOOD
I AM SISTERHOOD is a declaration.
A declaration that is bold and strong, quiet and confident.
A declaration about value and identity, purpose and mission.
It is a declaration intentional in reach and embrace.
It transcends culture and creed, age and status, prejudice and preference.