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Presbyterian Women Bible Studies and Activities

Gatherings

  • Fall Gathering: September 12, 2017
  • Christmas Gathering: December 5, 2017
  • PW Retreat: March 16-18, 2018
  • Birthday Gathering: May 8, 2018

Bible Studies

Beginning in August, members of Presbyterian Women (PW) can choose from three different Bible studies being offered. Complimentary childcare is available for all.

You can also read the online version of Horizons magazine which is for Presbyterian women by clicking here.

The 2017-2018 Bible studies are as follows:

Rebekah Circle:

  • Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm.
  • Circle Leader: Santie Oosthuizen
  • Horizons Bible Study: Cloud of Witnesses; The Community of Christ in Hebrews by Melissa Bane Sevier.
    The Letter to the Hebrews is a significant book of the Bible, and is also significantly different from every other book in the Bible. It consists of thirteen chapters, all of which are packed with theology, metaphor, comparisons, and spirituality. Therefore, I’ve decided to approach the letter thematically, not sequentially. We will explore nine major themes, relate those themes to other parts of our faith tradition, and tie them together with the overarching motif of community. The community for which the letter was written interacts, in a sense, with all the communities of which you are a part, because you bring those groups with you wherever you go—they have helped to form you into the person you are. The community in which you study and worship, your family and friends, social and therapy groups . . . all are part of you.
    Our prayer is that the study of community in Hebrews will help us strengthen our own communities

Ruth Circle:

  • Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 9:45am.
  • Circle Leader: Semmes Calvert
  • Horizon Bible Study: Cloud of Witnesses; The Community of christ in Hebrews by Melissa Bane Sevier.

The Letter to the Hebrews is a significant book of the Bible, and is also significantly different from every other book in the Bible. It consists of thirteen chapters, all of which are packed with theology, metaphor, comparisons, and spirituality. Therefore, I’ve decided to approach the letter thematically, not sequentially. We will explore nine major themes, relate those themes to other parts of our faith tradition, and tie them together with the overarching motif of community. The community for which the letter was written interacts, in a sense, with all the communities of which you are a part, because you bring those groups with you wherever you go—they have helped to form you into the person you are. The community in which you study and worship, your family and friends, social and therapy groups . . . all are part of you.

Our prayer is that the study of community in Hebrews will help us strengthen our own communities

JOY (learning about Jesus, Others, Yourself) Bible Study

    • Meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 9:45 am.
    • Group Leader: Sherri Rogers
    • Studies to be announced.