Women's Ministries

Our vision is to grow in relationship with Christ as a community of women, rooted in Scripture, pursuing His glory, and serving others in His name.

Resources & Contact

  • (403) 256 4922

Bible Studies

Come and discover who God is, as He has revealed Himself in Scripture, and learn how to study His Word with both your heart and your mind. Studies take place on Monday evenings from 7-9pm and Wednesday mornings from 9-11am. Our time together includes DVD teaching sessions and small group discussion time. Child care is available during our Wednesday morning study for a fee.

Moms' Group

Are you a new mom or a mom of young kids? Join us Thursday mornings from 10-11:30am to connect with other women in similar life stages. Sessions alternate between social gatherings and study time. Childcare is available for a fee.

Women's Mentoring

Life is hard, but we don’t have to do it alone. Let us connect you with someone who will walk with you and encourage you as you do life together. Alternatively, if you would like to walk with another woman, listening to, encouraging, supporting and praying with her on her life’s journey, we will equip you for that too.

Women's Prayer

Prayer is an integral part of a vital relationship with God. Join with other women as we lift each other up to God as we pray for personal, church, and world needs.


Southview Women offer various events throughout the year such as Paint Night, Christmas Dessert Night, and Spring Retreat. These are great ways for women to connect and introduce friends to the church community. 


Journaling offers women an opportunity to reflect on God’s written word and prayerfully consider what is says about God, who God reveals Himself to be, and what that means for us. Our time together includes Scripture reading, writing and sharing opportunities.


We live in a society saturated with conflicting messages about food and health. Nourish is a four session course that dives into what Scripture has to say about our relationship with food and our pursuit of health.

M&M (Mary & Martha)

Do you have a heart to serve? Are you looking for opportunities to reach out in meaningful ways? Join us as we seek to serve the less fortunate and hurting in our city.

Quilting Groups

We offer two opportunities to connect and quilt: “Quilters Gathering” and “Quest Quilting.” Join us as we sew together and encourage each other in our projects.

55+ Connection Group

 Join us as we grow friendships and build community together. Our time together includes refreshments and fellowship.

Fitness Bootcamp

A ten week fitness challenge offered annually and free of charge each January. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

Men's Ministries

We believe at Southview that connection and authentic community is formative in helping men become disciples of Jesus and live out the UP, IN and OUT dimensions of our symbol. 

Men's Bible Study

Southview’s Bible Study for men meets on Thursdays evenings at 7:00 pm in Legacy Rooms 5 & 6.  

Men's Prayer

Join with other Southview men in a time of prayer from 6:15 – 7:15 am on Thursday mornings in the Prayer Room. 

Men of STEEL

A support group for men dealing with chronic illness or disability, meeting on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm. 

Connect with Southview Men

Our Foundation

The foundation of Southview Men is men’s small groups where life on life happens, authentic community is fostered, and spiritual growth takes place. Our goal is to connect our men to small groups while at the same time creating other connection points in partnership with Family Ministries

Our Connection Points

Connection points during the year include: men’s small groups, sporting events (Turkey Bowl, May Bowl), Monday Night Football / NHL Events, men’s breakfasts, and our bi-annual Men’s Retreat

Discipleship at Southview

Getting our men involved and discipling others happens as we raise up men to facilitate and lead men’s small groups. As our men are devoted followers of Christ, our goal is to have strong families who are also devoted followers of Christ, strong church participants who are devoted followers of Christ, and strong communities comprised of devoted followers of Christ.



Save Your Marriage Before It Starts (SYMBIS): Our desire is to help people who are seriously considering marriage to establish a marriage that will not only survive, but also thrive.

Weddings at Southview: Visit our Facility Rentals page for more information about holding your wedding ceremony at Southview.


Married Life Events: A seasonal opportunity to make intentional investments into your marriage, with one goal: to create a place for any couple to be encouraged and empowered in their marriage.

YYCMN (The Calgary Marriage Network): Working collaboratively with other churches to encourage and strengthen marriages.

Small Groups: A place where sustained life change can occur in marriage.


Marriage Mentoring: A 13-week enrichment process for couples needing a tune-up or wanting to take their marriages to the next level.

Counselling Referrals: We know that special guidance is sometimes needed to navigate the trials of marriage. Connect with a  trustworthy Christian professional.

The Marriage Course: A course designed to help couples have open and honest conversations about their marriages.


If we don’t provide what you’re looking for or our dates and courses don’t work for you, we also partner with First Alliance Church.

Feel free to explore their website for more classes and couples group options.

Seniors' Ministries

We offer numerous connection opportunities and seniors luncheons during the ministry year at Southview. Support groups for widows and spouses of those managing dementia and Alzheimers are also available through our Compassion & Care Ministries.

Adult Christian Education

Adult Christian Education classes take place on Sundays in the Board Room from 9:15 – 10:30 am.  Newcomers are always welcome. For further information, contact Don Kowalenko


 Alpha is a series of interactive sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith. Each session looks at a different question, and is designed to create conversation. No two Alphas look the same–they run in coffee shops, churches, bars, prisons, universities, schools and homes. There’s no pressure, no follow-up and no charge; it’s just an open, informal, and honest space to explore and discuss life’s big questions together.


Whether it’s a group of friends gathered around a kitchen table, or a quick catch-up over coffee, food has a way of bringing people together. It’s no different at Alpha. All sessions start with food, because it’s a great way to connect, relax and build friendships.


The talks are designed to be engaging and inspire conversation. Usually around 30 minutes long, they explore the big issues around faith and unpack the basics of Christianity, addressing questions like “Who is Jesus?”, “Why and how do I pray?” and “How does God guide us?”


Probably the most important part of any Alpha: the chance to share thoughts and ideas about the talk without being corrected or judged. There’s no obligation to say anything; it’s an opportunity to hear from others and contribute your own perspective.