Connect with Fellowship Women! We offer lots of great studies with varying time commitments and formats. From on-campus to online and even the option to host your own group in conjunction with one of the studies currently being offered, we want to help you find a place to connect with other women and be encouraged in God’s Word! Limited childcare available upon registration. Check out the options below or email us through the form at the bottom of the page.
Women of all ages are invited to join us as study God’s word and connect with one another in community. This setting is great for women who want to study the Bible in a deep, meaningful way, but are limited in time due to work, family and other commitments. Minimal reading/homework. Please purchase your book through your favorite retailer.
Fall: Taste and See, by Margaret Feinberg (book, not workbook)
Spring: Galatians, by Hope Blanton and Christine Gordon
$15 fee for Bloom curriculum
Connect with moms in your stage of life, grow spiritually, and pour that growth into your family and others during the rest of the week. Over the course of the year, we will walk through studies on marriage, parenting, and personal spiritual growth. This study is a great place to bring a friend or neighbor looking for a community of moms to encourage one another!
Fall: Old Testament Overview, Letters – the Parenting Edition
Spring: Women in the Lineage of Christ, Roadblocks – Obstacles to a Healthy Marriage
Come to The Table! All are invited to join us as we grow and deepen our relationship with the Lord! This class includes 30-40 minutes of personal study 5 days a week, and a large group teaching time on Thursday mornings followed by a small group discussion. Whether you are just starting this beautiful journey, or have been traveling with the Lord for a long time, there’s a place for you at The Table.
Fall semester: Better, by Jen Wilkin, A study of Hebrews
Spring semester: Seek First The Kingdom, by Christine Hoover, A study of the Gospel of Matthew
The books of 1 and 2 Corinthians show us how the Gospel is relevant to every aspect of life, how we can navigate relationships, and how to stand firm in our relationship with Jesus. Our class will include large group discussion and small group time. Members have the option of Zoom or on-campus and two inductive study guides: one requiring about 20 min/day, or the other about 30 min/day. Info regarding purchase of curriculum will be sent upon registration.
Fall & Spring Semester: 1 and 2 Corinthians