Led by Pastor Margaret Jaslow, the Sisterhood Ministry is a place for women of faith of all ages to enjoy fellowship with each other, support and encourage one another, and envelop ourselves in the word of G-d . Each meeting the L-rd moves in a different way, often bringing healing and deliverance to many. The ministry is a safe haven for women to bring their issues to G-d with the support of other “sisters”. We invite, welcome, and encourage all women to be a part of the Sisterhood Ministry.
JUNE SISTERHOOD MEETING POSTPONED
Due to the blessings of renovations in our building, we have to postpone this meeting. Please check back soon for our meeting in July! Also, please rememeber to keep those going to the Messiah Conference in prayer. We look forward to fellowshipping with you soon!
PASTOR MARGARET JASLOW
Pastor Margaret Jaslow is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. She is also a graduate of Christ for the Nations Institute. In 1986, she accepted Yeshua (Jesus) as her personal Savior and two years later, G-d called her to Messianic Judaism. Both she and her husband of 27 years, Steven, are founders of Bat Zion Messianic Congregation in Duncanville, Texas. During the past 20 years, she has led in several ministries such as prayer, harp and bowl, children’s ministry, women’s ministris, dance ministry, and home and cell groups. She has also taught at the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America Conferences (MJAA) and at women’s retreats. Her emphasis is teaching women that God has a plan for their lives and that there’s always hope in the Lord. One of her foundational scripture verses is Jeremiah 29:11. “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Many lives have been changes through her ministry. She welcomes the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) in all her meetings. Her vision is to see women healed, delivered and set free, so they can be all that God desires for them to be in His Kingdom. Pastor Margaret and her husband reside in Dallas, Texas. She is the mother of three children and has five grandchildren.