Women across all life stages share in these opportunities to draw closer to God and each other through Bible study, discussion groups, and planned gatherings.
Connecting Hour Sundays, 9:30–10:30 AM — Begins 2/7
Join us as we study the second part of the book of Acts and connect with one another.
Women’s Community Group — Begins 1/17
Alternating Sundays, 5:30–7:30 PM
This small group for women meets in homes (on weeks opposite other Community Groups) to develop Christ-centered relationships.
Spring Dates: January 17 & 31; February 14 & 28; March 14 & 28; April 11 & 25; May 23
Women’s Winter Refresh
Friday, February 5, 7:00–8:45 PM & Saturday, February 6, 10 AM–2:00 PM
Join us for a two day, in-town retreat where we’ll learn about how to battle the idols that compete for the throne of our hearts. Cost is $30 and includes a box lunch on Saturday.
Sessions will take place in the Auditorium, so there is plenty of room for social distancing!
If you cannot join us live, there is an online option for $15 to help cover the event cost.
Bible Study—Habakkuk: Where Are You, God?
Tuesdays, February 2–March 9 at 10:00 AM or 6:30 PM
The prophet didn’t understand God, His motives, or His purposes—so he was drowning in a flood of doubt and insecurity. Like Habakkuk, sometimes it’s hard for us to understand or see God when we’re in situations over our heads. We wonder, “Where are you, God?” Join us as we look to Scripture to help us navigate difficult times.
You can attend this study on campus at 10:00 AM or 6:30 PM, or choose to join the 10:00 AM class as an interactive online participant. From home you’ll be able to see and hear everything, ask questions, and give feedback to the class.
Please note that a separate men’s study of Habakkuk is also beginning at the same time. For those who are married, consider encouraging each other by journeying through this book together!
Bible Study—Love God, Love People
Tuesdays, March 30–April 20 at 10:00–11:30 AM
In this 4 week series, we’ll examine several of Jesus’ parables to learn what it means to practically live out the great command of loving God and loving others.
Please note that a separate men’s study on the topic is also being offered. For those who are married, consider encouraging each other by journeying through this study together!
If you have a question, a word of encouragement, or a desire to be part of what we’re doing… we want to hear from you!