The church sisters are a group of women who attend religious services, and they may be married or not. This blog post will explore what the facts say about this topic and let you decide for yourself.
There is no set definition on who qualifies as a sister in the church, but it’s generally accepted that they’re female members of any denomination within Christianity who participate in worship services with other believers and support one another spiritually through prayer and fellowship (source).
There is also an unofficial Christian tradition called “sistering” where groups of two to five sisters gather together to form close friendships that mimic family relationships found outside organized religion (source).
In addition, these sisters study scripture together while sharing their lives with each other, providing mutual encouragement.