Women’s Mentoring

Women's Mentoring Spring Orientation Online & On Campus

Are you wondering how you can intentionally connect with other women? How to find blessings in your current season of life? How to continue to grow spiritually? Join us on Sunday, May 16 from 1 pm – 3:30 pm to learn more about the Women’s Mentoring Ministry. This meeting will be hybrid (both online and on campus). Join us on campus socially distanced in the Pacific Room or online via Google Meet by clicking the “Join Virtual Orientation” button below. This will launch a meeting which you can join with any device that has a camera. For questions or more information, email mentoring@shoreline.church.

**Before you register for Women’s Mentoring, please complete the Spiritual Pathways Self-Assessment

The assessment takes approximately 15-20 minutes to comeplete and is designed to help you understand your unique way to connect with God. Each of us can connect with Him more fully and creatively if we will learn the pathways and discover which ones lead us most naturally to His heart.

**The Women’s Mentoring Spring Orientation is a hybrid event.

You are invited to join us either on campus in the Pacific Room OR online via Google Meet. If you would prefer to join us online, please click the button below. This will launch a Google Meet meeting in which you are able to connect using any device that has a camera – laptop, desktop, smartphone, or tablet. Please note that if you are joining us online, participants in the room will be able to see and hear you so that you will be able to participate fully.

Mentors and mentees are paired for six months to go through life together as they grow in faith. Once paired, the women set their schedules to meet based on what is convenient for both women.

Who can be a mentor?

Someone who wants to share what the Lord has taught them with someone else. You don’t have to be a Bible scholar but should have a love for the Lord and an open heart. The mentors will receive initial training, attend monthly meetings and be assigned a Prayer Warrior to assist with any questions that may arise.

Who can be a mentee?

Someone who is seeking to know the Lord, develop spiritual disciplines, receive spiritual guidance, experience community, or gain spiritual accountability. Someone who is looking for connection during this season.