New Here

New Here

New Here

4X6-front-altWe are excited about our upcoming Women's Events and Bible Study schedule. We look forward to these times where we can weekly learn from God’s Word and develop stronger friendships with other women in our church. We seek to be intentional in developing relationships with other women, regardless of age or status, who desire to mirror God’s relationship with us. We do this through Women’s Bible Study, discipleship, small groups, and Sunday school classes, all of which emphasize God’s word. Social activities are scheduled throughout the year to foster friendly, inclusive opportunities to get to know others in a relaxed setting.

 

Saturday, August 11 Fall Breakfast Kick Off

Join us for breakfast at 10:00am in the Fellowship Hall as we listen to a panel of women speak on the topic of Intentional Living. It is our desire that this would be a time of diving in deeper with one another as well as a time to encourage our hearts.

 

WEDNESDAY MORNINGS

September 5 - November 4th, 9:30am to 11:30am, Education Center

The Patriarchs - a Beth Moore study in the book of Genesis

Led by Kathy Lucas

Discover God's pursuit of a relationship and the unfolding of His earthly plan. How through one nation, and ultimately one man, all people on earth will be blessed! We will explore concepts such as blessing, covenant and promise and the bearing each has on a believer's life today.

The Book of Acts - A Precepts study

Led by Nancy McChesney

We will be diving into the Book of Acts, a two semester class. It is a historical account of the founding of the church, the spreading of the gospel and the beginning of several congregations. We will learn what happened after the resurrection of Jesus, how to defend the gospel and be challenged to share our faith. Five hours of study each week.

The Company We Keep - a book study on the topic of biblical friendship

Led by Judy Gose and Julie Darus

In this class we will study the Scriptures as we unpack the meaning of biblical friendship: What it looks like. What it is not. How it is formed. What threatens it. How to recognize if it is working. We look forward to discussing the author's ideas of how a normal, daily, biblical friendship can be used by God to mold us into the likeness of Christ and the application to our individual and corporate lives.

 

Friday, December 7, 7:00

Our annual cookie and gift exchange continues! Join us in the Fellowship Hall for a fun night of desserts and gift exchanges. Bring 3 dozen cookies and 3 identical gifts (i.e., 3 candles, 3 scarves, 3 mugs, etc.) and return home with 3 dozen new cookies and 3 new-to-you gifts!

 

 


For more information about Women’s Ministry, contact Paige Sherid.