Women’s Bible Study
Our Women’s Precept Bible Study delves into Scripture using the inductive study method to examine an entire book of the Bible, rather than just topical studies. We use materials from Precept International to guide our personal study. Our group meeting includes both discussion and direct teaching without the use of videos.
We meet in Black Forest during the school year on Friday mornings from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Our fall session typically studies an Old Testament book. Then, in the winter and spring, we focus on New Testament studies. Because of Covid, we currently offer our group meeting on Facebook Live in tandem with our in-person meeting. Our private Facebook group is easy to join and provides options for women who need it or for those who desire to view it at another time.
We would love for you to join us! Our women demonstrate the love of Christ by their friendliness and concern for one another as they pursue the knowledge of the Word of God in order to know Him better. It is a wonderful time together!
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Rooted! is taken from Colossians 2:7 and is an encouraging time of fellowship for ladies in a relaxed and casual environment. Based on the teachings in that text and others, such as Titus 2, Rooted! is a special time to gather and care for each other, in order to keep grounded in all stages of life.
Rooted! meets on the third Monday of every month from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Each meeting has a devotional inspired by the theme of the night. We also have craft nights, putt-putt, game nights, and nutrition talks.
Please join us! Every month is a wonderful time to fellowship and establish new friendships. All ladies, college age and older, are welcome to attend.
Our Women’s Ministry has some great ways to be involved! Choose between our Women’s Bible Study and Rooted! Or even choose both! You're sure to find something that encourages and helps you in your Christian walk! Also, be sure to view our church calendar for any other women's events. They're labeled in pink.