We understand more of who God is and who we are in Him when we dig into the truth of scripture. Join a Bible study so we can grow closer to Christ together! For more information on any of our Bible studies, or to sign up, contact the Women's Ministries office
. Our classes generally run in the fall from September through December, and in the winter from January through April. We also have several summer study opportunities. Our current classes are listed below.
Women's Summer Study
Begins May 29
10:00 a.m. (morning session) / 7:00 p.m. (evening session)
Meets weekly through June 26
Huston Room (morning) / Edinburgh Room (evening)
Ladies, do you ever desire to go deeper with God through prayer? Do you want to have a more intimate relationship with God? In this 5-week class, we will read through The Human Condition by Thomas Keating and practice listening/contemplative prayer together. The class will cover Mark E. Thibodeaux’s 4 stages of intimacy with God through prayer: talking at God, talking to God, listening to God, and finally, being with God. Our goal is to teach new forms of prayer as well as rest in God’s presence of intimacy. We hope you can join us!
Mug & Muffin
Begins April 27
Meets twice a month Saturday morning
Ladies, are you looking for a weekend option for Bible study this spring? Consider joining out MUg & Muffin group from April 27-June 29, every other Saturday morning from 9:30-11:30. We’ll be studying a Women of the Bible series, meeting a different woman in the Bible each class.
Monday Ministry for Moms
Meets every other Monday evening from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Facilitated by Laurie Brown
Monday Night Moms continues meeting every other Monday through May beginning again on January 7. Continuing on with the focus of uniting moms through a dedicated prayer time, we are also going to explore the series on RightNow Media by Hettie Brittz called, “The (un)Natural Mom.” Through this series we will find new hope in discovering that every mother has unique gifts: a God given blueprint, for herself and her family. The unNatural Mom debunks the myth of the “perfect mom,” helps us recognize unrealistic cultural expectations of mothering, and teaches us to embrace our capabilities as well as our challenges. Hettie shows us how we are called to raise our children and families with God’s purposes in mind. Any mom of any age is welcome to join us.