Sisters in Service


Sisters In Service (SIS) performs a variety of services for the glory of God and for the cause of Christ. Their mission is to meet the needs of people, both within and outside the church through acts of kindness,generosity, and benevolence. They bring their individual talents, gifts, and abilities as an offering to serve others.  SIS meets the second Monday evening each month in the Fellowship room at 6 PM for a meal followed by a devotional and meeting at 6:30.  A companion organization for teen girls, Little SIS, has a separate meeting at the same time.

          . . .full of good works and charitable deeds which she did.  Acts 9:36 (NKJV)

Each year SIS members as well as friends and family handcraft or prepare and donate hundreds of items which are sold in December at the Ladies’ Auction. SIS apportions these proceeds and other SIS-donated funds to the following ministries:

    After a short devotional and discussion, the ladies performing the Card Ministry pray that they will say the right thing and choose the right words to encourage and uplift everyone receiving cards.

Ladies’ Card Ministry

Care and encouragement

Ensuring no one is overlooked

Visitors, members with prayer requests, those enduring sickness, people having birthdays and anniversaries, youth taking a leading role in worship services, people in the community who have suffered loss – all receive a card with a handwritten note of encouragement!





SIS provides decorations celebrating marriage and motherhood.

    SIS staffs the Condolence Committee who take sandwich makings and sides with paper products to the grieving family.
    The biennial Ladies’ Day features lessons taught by well-known women from the region. It’s a day of learning and fellowship enjoyed by Christian women.

2022 Airport Road Ladies’ Day

Clockwise from top left:  Hannah Raley, Abbi and Emma Heller, Kelley Heller, Melva Josie, Katherine Taylor, Laeni Crosby and Kris Riggs, Addy Overton,   Luncheon crowd with elder Frank Sauls serving

    Airport Road Church of Christ hosts a quarterly fellowship lunch immediately after the Sunday morning worship service. SIS sets out items needed for the potluck such as plates, napkins and utensils.
    SIS provides needed financial aid to local people in hardship situations. SIS also helps meet urgent needs for missionaries in Panama and Malawi.

If you’d like more information or would like to help with a SIS activity, please let us know.