Women's Center for Ministry
PCW adjunct faculty
Bennett assumed her new role as Director of the Women's
Center for Ministry on July 1, 2012. Phyllis graduated
from Western Seminary with a M.Div. - Pastoral Care
to Women concentration - and went on to earn her D.Min.
from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Effective
Women’s Ministries. Phyllis has also served
as a faculty adjunct at Western Seminary in the PCW
program teaching two classes, one to equip women to
write Bible study curriculum and a second to equip
them to deliver biblically sound, relevant and applicable
messages for today’s intergenerational audiences.
In addition, Phyllis has served as a Director of Women's
Ministries and as a pastor's wife in churches on both
the east and west coasts. From “sea to shining
sea,” she has been a popular retreat and conference
speaker, bringing her biblically insightful, shepherd’s
heart to each speaking arena, encouraging women to
embrace the Word of God in ways that lead to healing,
authenticity, new vision, and greater intimacy with
God and others.
passion is to inspire, encourage and train women to
use their spiritual gifts for the glory of God. Her
passion has led her to create ministry tools to empower
women for effective service. She has a heart for younger
women and desires to see WCM intentionally engage
them in ministry. Phyllis and her global-hearted husband,
Dave, have relocated from the Boston area to Washougal,
WA where Dave is taking up his new role as Chief Collaboration
Officer and Teaching Pastor for the Lausanne Movement.
They often travel and minister together. Dave and
Phyllis have two grown sons and four grandchildren.