Sistas stick together. Eleanor Roosevelt once said that a woman is like a tea bag – you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water. And it’s in those ‘hot water’ moments when you need your girl gang the most!
As women, we are blessed with the ability to inspire, strengthen and share our lives with each other in a very personal and unique way. So we’d love to provide you with the opportunity to find a great bunch of ladies who you can do this journey of life with and do just that – inspire, strengthen & share!
“I love our Sistahood nights. We don't get together with all the ladies that often, but when we do, Sistahood nights are always a special time. For me it is about getting together as a group of women, having your heart spoken to and your spirit encouraged, being with friends and making new ones, learning new skills and being presented with ideas on new & different ways to live life well. I always walk away feeling inspired and loved on, with something to think about and work on in my every day.” - Gill Ardern
To love louder requires us to step out in faith, to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our communities. This year marks 20 years of Sistas, as we commemorate and thank God for all the great things He has done through our time with one another. Join us in September as we celebrate Sistas.
Sistahood Nights and Sistas Conference is our opportunity to gather as a company of women. These events focus on specific themes that add value to our womanhood, packaged with so many extras that create the memorable Sistahood experience that so many love.
There are a variety of mid-week Groups that meet on a regular basis throughout Auckland – everything from Groups for High schoolers, playgroups for young mums, coffee Groups for those in their “seasoned” years, and Bible studies written by women, for women.Find a group
At every Sistahood event, we invite you to contribute to a chosen cause that is making an incredible impact in our local community for children or women. In the past, we have seen hundreds of gifts contributed to organisations such as Royal Children’s Hospital and McAuley Community Services for Women.