We offer a variety of studies that meet at various locations on various days and times. We hope you find one that fits your needs. If you are interested in leading a study of your own, or have any questions about our studies, please contact our Women Ministries Coordinator, Marshanda Gregory.

Class Lineup


Philippians 

Wednesday Mornings at 9.30a (Childcare Provided)
Adult Education Wing, Classroom 1662

Paul shows us in Philippians how to stand firm in one spirit in the midst of suffering by following the example of Christ and living in community with fellow believers.

Leaders: Charissa Ketcherside, Serenity Ortiz


Discerning the Voice of God

Wednesday Evenings at 5.30p
Adult Education Wing, Classroom 1662

Priscilla Shirer's "Discerning the Voice of God." Women may choose to meet at 5p in the classroom to share a dinner before we begin.

Leader: Risë Logsdon


Thessalonians

Tuesday Mornings at 8.45a
Home of Lisa Wheeler

How can we nourish a committed yet fledgling faith, especially amidst cultural pressures? In the first epistle, the authors encourage the young church by walking them through the three components to the Christian life: turning (faith), serving (love), and waiting (hope). By seeing what this looked like for the 1st century church, we'll work out what it means to live the great triad in our own world. In the second epistle, we'll see how the vengeance of God relates to his love.

Leader: Lisa Wheeler


Liturgy of the Ordinary

Alternate Tuesday Evenings at 7p
Home of Hattee Christian

In overlooked moments and routines in our daily lives God is with us yet we may not be fully aware of His presence.  In our study of the book, Liturgy of the Ordinary, we will seek out the sacred in the ordinary and the ordinary in the sacred.  Please join us for this exciting study and loving fellowship time.

Leaders: Jan Kaneft, Ann O’Brien, Jeannie Weingarth