Join us for a weekly Bible study with a collection of women of all shapes and sizes, ages and stages with a variety of seasons and reasons to be studying the Bible. No matter what your life looks right now, we’d love to spend time with you this year.
We meet on Tuesdays from 9:30am-11:30am throughout the school year, (**note the new time!). While we meet, we also have children’s ministry classes open for kiddos birth through Kindergarten.
What we do is in the name: we study the Bible. This is a real and authentic space for women to grow in their understanding and application of the Bible. We welcome women who are at all different places in their faith…if you just met Jesus or if you have been walking with Him for decades, we hope that you find a place of connection and growth. During our time together, we have worship, live teaching, and small group discussion time. The Winter/Spring study is Proverbs: the Ways of Wisdom, by Kathleen Buswell Nielson. We are looking forward to studying this with you!
This study starts starts January 15, 2019. Registration is now open.
To listen to audio recordings of past studies, visit our Soundcloud page here.
For questions, feel free to contact Laura Jensen.
Whether you’ve never opened a Bible before or it’s sitting next to you now, we would love to have you join us on Thursday evenings. We meet from Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm (**note the new time!) and our group includes women from all stages of life. If you have children, you’re welcome to register them for our evening children’s ministry.
Each year we study a theme or book from the Bible. Our Winter/Spring studies are Hosea by Jennifer Rothschild and All Things New (a study on 2nd Corinthians) by Kelly Minter.
Each week we meet for teaching from the video portion of the study and then gather in small groups to discuss the week’s lesson. We also have potlucks and spend time connecting throughout the year. Join us this fall and let us study the Bible together!
This study starts starts January 17, 2019. Registration is now open.
For questions, feel free to contact Kim Henson