multi-age study 9:30 AM | Fireside Room
Starting March 26th
The Quest is a challenge to accept God’s invitation to ask Him questions. In this six-week excursion with Jesus, Beth Moore uses questions from Scripture to lead women into intimacy with the One who knows them best. Women will learn to dig into the Word, respond to the questions of God, and bring their questions before Him. Beth issues the challenge to let the crooked punctuation mark be the map that points us into a closer relationship with the Father.
Monday mornings, starting March 26th in the Fireside Room. Register for the study and/or childcare online or by contacting Shelley Johnson at 405-562-3227 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Workbooks will be available the morning of the study.
Mom's Small Group 9:30 AM | RM 106
Through the winter, this group of moms is serious about getting to know themselves better so they can lead and serve their families better. They’re reading The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery together in order to understand who God created them to be, spurring on spiritual growth.
Contact Kaley Broome at email@example.com to register or reserve childcare.
Mom's Study Group 10 AM | Hospitality Room
Join Debi Collet’s group of moms who have just begun a study on David.
Contact Debi at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a book and to reserve a spot in childcare.
WEDNESDAY MORNING PRAYER AND STUDY GROUP
9:30 AM | Room 109
This ongoing group of faithful women meets every week to pray over the week’s prayer requests and to study together. Vickie Brinlee and Jane Ellen Weaver lead.
EPIC OF EDEN: RUTH
6:30 PM | Rm 106
In The Epic of Eden: Ruth, Dr. Sandra Richter makes each of the characters from the story of Ruth come alive. Set in the midst of one of the most corrupt eras of Israelite history, Ruth is a story about three compelling characters. Naomi is an elderly widow who has lot everything and returns to her homeland empty and bitter hoping simply to survive. Ruth is Naomi's young daughter-in-law, also a widow, and a foreigner, who at great personal cost refuses to let Naomi face the future alone. Boaz is the local patriarch—a man of wealth and influence who in this epic tale is given the opportunity to do the right thing, even though the right thing might not be the obvious thing.
This class will be from April 4 - May 2.
Shelley Johnson leads this study.
CONNECT GROUP – A GROUP FOR MOMS OF Teens & Young Adults, LED BY KENDELL BELCHER
6:30 PM | Rm 208
CONNECT GROUP | STUDYING JEN HATMAKER'S OF MESS AND MOXIE
The Connect Group invites all women to join in this New Year to read and discuss the newest book from Jen Hatmaker, which is full of the much-loved humor and insight she has become well-known for. Jen sets out to help women who find themselves in the mess of life to remember… we do have the moxie to get back up and get back out. We can choose to live undaunted “in the moment” no matter what the moments hold, and lead vibrant, courageous, grace-filled lives. Books are available for purchase that first night.
This class will be from January 10 - May 2.
Kendell Belcher leads, email@example.com.
THURSDAY MORNING STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP GROUP
9:30 AM | Room 108
Sandy Henson leads this group of women each week through studies of the Bible that apply to life. Sandy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOPE FOR WOMEN
1st & 3rd Thursdays | 7:00 PM | Room 106
Be part of this support group for all women touched by cancer. Mary Schillings coordinates, 844-6981.
Homeschool Moms Support Group
1st Thursday | 7:00 PM | Café
This group of homeschool moms meet on the first Thursday of most months for a place and time to just breathe and spend in community with other homeschool mothers. Contact Trina Nondorf.
women, 40s and up 9:55 AM | Room 107
Among Friends is a multigenerational group of women who do a variety of studies in various formats. Anita, email@example.com.