Women's Groups

"As we travel together the road of transformation in Christ -including the unfolding stages of Quest, Calling, Crisis and Communion - it is our soul friends who help us on the Jesus Journey, lovingly moving us forward, walking each other home. Whether you are surrounded by trusted soul friends, or you are lonely and longing for deep-spirited friends, this book is designed for every woman who wants to grow in faith and friendship." - Dr. Leslie Parrot

Soul Friends Gatherings

All women are invited to participate in our Soul Friends gatherings this summer. We will use the book “Soul Friends: What Every Woman Needs to Grow in her Faith” as a starting point for our conversations. But, whether you read the book or not, come to one or more of these gatherings to meet new friends, and experience deep meaningful conversations that will guide us in our faith journeys.

There are 15 gatherings happening this Summer. Click register below for details and/or sign-up! Contact Jenna Wheelock or Jennie Weeks with questions.

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Booked for Lunch

Monthly on the 2nd Thursday, 12 to 1 pm in Room 252

Interested in a women’s monthly book study group? Bring your lunch and join us at noon once a month as we discuss contemporary books and the themes within these books that touch our lives of faith. Led by Jennie Weeks, Director of Adult Discipleship, and Bobbie Larkin. Click here for the schedule of books.


Reading Group

Monthly on the 3rd Tuesday from 10 to 11:30 am in Room 156

Each month, a member of the group presents a book that focuses on spiritual growth and missions. Contact Nancy Lutz for information 423-8334.


Sisters of Grace

Sundays from 5:45 to 7 pm in Room 251

A women's book discussion group designed for study, fellowship and support.

Our next topic: What Good is God? In Search of a Faith That Really Matters?

What good is God in a world where terrorists attack tourist sites in Mumbai, where women and children are sold into sexual slavery, and where six million people in South Africa alone suffer with HIV/AIDS? Does faith really matter when you're struggling with an addiction, or when you get laid off from your job and your home is in foreclosure? Philip Yancey travels the globe in search of an answer to a query posed the world over. His discoveries of redemption, hope, and grace provide evidence that faith really does make a difference, even when belief is severely tested.

Books following our current study:
Advent study The Good and Beautiful Life by James Bryan Smith
Mere Christianity  by C.S. Lewis

Contact Debbie Holladay.


Soul Sisters

Wednesdays from 5:15 to 7:30 pm in Room 159 

(beginning late January, 2018)

Study of Pilgrim's Progress     
John Bunyan was a simple maker and mender of pots and pans who received very little education. In spite of that, he penned the most successful allegory ever written. Embark on a perilous journey with Christian, the lead character, from the City of Destruction to the luminous safe haven of the Celestial City. The journey will encourage you to "set your hope fully on the grace to be given you" amidst the obstacles of life.

Contact Leah Bennett (873-8647) or Cindy Patton (533-3636)

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Terrific Tuesday Gals Bible Study

Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11 am in Room 252

A women's group designed for fellowship, bible study and support. 

Beginning February 27 - Daniel: Lives of Integrity, Words of Prophecy by Beth Moore
12 week series through March 22 with the week of March 27 off for Holy Week.

Contact Michele Moody at 314-1128.




For other types of groups, visit our Activity and Service Groups page.