Alliance Women

Connecting Women for Kingdom Impact Locally and Globally

The Alliance Women of Elizabethton Alliance Church is a part of the larger auxiliary ministry of the National Christian Missionary and Alliance and the Southern District Alliance Women. The goals of the Alliance Women at all levels are:

  • Prayer
  • Growing in Christ
  • Reaching others for Christ

More information on Alliance Women visit their website:

The national Alliance Women leaders select a National Project to focus our giving and prayers. This year’s national project is ‘Set Free’, our goal is to raise $250,000 through June 30, 2020, for Alliance ministries around the world.

Ministries such as these:

Petula and others working with the Roma and women coming out of prison, introducing them to Jesus so they can be set free from fear and heroin addiction

Heather and her team providing help and a home for those seeking to be set free from drug and alcohol addiction as they meet or return to God, the source of true freedom

Keila and others reaching youth through camp ministry with the goal that they have an encounter with God and are set free to follow Jesus

Stephanie and her team providing encounter retreats for well-educated women in a spiritually-resistant culture seeking to be set free from emptiness

How we raise money

  • Collect our change daily
  • Special offerings during the monthly meetings
  • Special times of giving on various Sunday mornings

Who we pray for

  • Craig and Marilyn
  • Barry and Terry
  • Judy- Jakarta
  • Naomi
  • Nathan and Rachel
  • Mike and Sharon
  • Sarah
  • Carlos and Lily
  • Other International Workers

Our outreach

The Alliance Women will not be meeting during this time of social distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But we can still dedicate this time to pray for our international workers and each other.

The Alliance Women of the EAC meet every second Saturday of the month at 9:00 am at the church for breakfast, fellowship and prayer. All women of all ages are invited.

Please join us every second Saturday, 9 am at the EAC.