Women's Ministry

Coordinator: P.J. Giaritelli

Bible Studies

Upcoming Fall 2014 Bible Studies

"He Speaks To Me: Preparing to Hear from God" by Priscilla Shirer
A common question that many Christians ask is, "How can I know when God is speaking to me?" Priscilla uses the account of God speaking to Samuel in 1 Samuel 3 to show how God speaks to Christians and how we can discern His voice and position ourselves to respond. In this exciting adventure, participants will discover how God spoke to Samuel, Samuel's response, and He speaks to believers today. They will be encouraged to listen and respond to God's voice, and by listening to God's voice and obeying Him, women will experience spiritual growth, Chritian discipline and the desire to serve.

  • Thursday nights at 7pm
  • Beginning Sept. 11 at the home of Kathy Hargett (near Northern High School)
  • Contact Melanie Myers 540-8423 or Kathy Hargett 643-6799 for questions or to sign up.
"Abide in Christ" by Andrew Murray & Bo Stevens
This study focuses on John 15, "I am the Vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in Him, bears much fruit..."
  • Tuesday nights from 7:00-8:30pm for 7 weeks
  • Beginning September 23 at the home of Joanne Schulze (Cardinal Subdivision)
  • Contact Joanne Schulze for specifics at 668-2502 or cjschulze@att.net.

WWW Weekly Word for Women
WWW, taught by Phyllis Postma celebrates 10 years with a new study in the Book of Revelation!

As always, WWW is for women of all ages, from 9:00am-10:00am, every Wednesday in the Worship Center and can be attended at anytime throughout the year. Please feel free to join us when you can!We hope you'll enjoy learning how to live our faith each day. Through the study of God's Word and prayer, we are promised that we can renew our minds and be transformed in order to know what God's will is for us.


Precepts Bible Study

*Precepts is taking a break for the summer, but will resume in September.
The Precepts Womens Bible Study meets on Tuesdays from 10am-12pm in Room 236. For
more information, call Marjorie Martin at 282-2739.