Women’s Bible Study

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We are delighted to announce the following Fall Bible study groups for women:

1, 2, 3 John 

Wednesdays (Weekly) 7:00-8:45 PM         Beginning 9/1/2021

Thursdays (Weekly) 10:00 – 11:30 AM       Beginning 9/2/2021

1:00  – 2:30 PM         Beginning 9/2/2021

7:00 – 8:45 PM          Beginning 9/2/2021

Saturdays (Biweekly) 1:30 – 3:30 PM    Beginning 8/28/2021

There are three options for books:

Precept Book -Homework approx. 3 hours per lesson

In and Out Book-Homework approx. 2 hours per lesson

Lesson Discussion Guide-Homework approx. 1 hour per lesson

Books will be ordered on 8/2/2021 so sign up by 8/1/2021 to insure you have a book on 8/18! Stop by the Welcome Center Desks upstairs or downstairs. There will be a Meet and Greet Social on Wednesday, 8/18 in the Fellowship Hall. Books will be distributed at that time.

For more information about 1, 2, 3, John study contact Tina Roughan, Heather Gross, Sandy Silvashy, or Sarah Fabisiak.

Women in the Word Bible Study—The Parables of Jesus

Thursdays (Weekly) 9:30-11:30 AM    Beginning 9/16/2021

Women in the Word desire to become women of the Word by studying God’s Word and becoming more and more like Christ in our lives.  We enjoy a time of fellowship and prayer as well as time in God’s Word.

We welcome ladies of all ages to join us!

Starting in mid September, (the 16th) we will be back at church meeting in the library on Thursday mornings to study The Parables of Jesus, using a book by the same name, by Terry Johnson.  “Jesus intended for His parables to have a life changing implication, defining them as the means of determining those who were alive to His message and those who were not.”

Come along with us on a year’s journey of exploring the parables and seeing how God uses them to transform our lives and us. This will be a whole year study of the parables.

The book The Parables of Jesus by Terry Johnson will be needed for this study.  Debbie Creath will order books or you can order on your own. See Debbie for more information.


Invite a friend and neighbor to  join you in one of these studies