Monday Evening—I Peter - I Peter reminds suffering Christians that they are God's chosen people who are in exile here. We are sojourners, aliens, a peculiar people. Peter praises God, who caused people to be born again into a new family with a living hope through Jesus' resurrection and into the power of the Holy Spirit. Peter encourages his Christian readers to persevere in the faith. It's not enough to simply get up every morning, paste a smile on our face and ignore the troubles. Join us as we spend time recognizing their temporary presence in our lives and still walk in holiness and hope as the peculiar people of God.
- 7:30 to 9:00 pm, Sadie Long, Main
- Leaders: Heather Ramsay, Seon Jo Park
Tuesday Afternoon Coffee—"THE WORD OF GOD," four words that should get our attention. For IF we truly believe that the Bible is the very words of God, then we should want to know everything He said to us. In The Amazing Collection we begin to see the unifying thread that links all the books together into the magnificent plan of God and how it applies to us. Through this Amazing Collection, we see who God is in each book and His greatness, holiness, power and love for His people. If you've never read the Bible, or if you've read it many times, there is always something new to learn and discover about our awesome Savior! Join us.
- 1:00 to 2:30 pm, Barclay Building
- Leaders: MarJean Miller, Audrey Terebessy, Lucy Siracusa
Tuesday Evening—"Galatians" - "Now that Faith has Come, A Study of Galatians" by Beth Moore and Melissa Moore digs deeply into this epistle. Paul carried the gospel to Galatia, and this letter proves that he wanted them to live on in God's truth. Expect to hear from God and be transformed as His eternal words come to life. If your world is full of chaos, God may be calling you to find clarity through this study with a group of sisters in Christ.
- 7:00 to 8:30 pm, Barclay Building
- Leader: Jen Stolarz
Forgiven Rebels—"Trusting in HIS Goodness" (A Woman's Guide to Knowing God's Purpose) - "Without a strong confidence in God's goodness, it's impossible to build a foundation from which you can cultivate gratefulness, trust, obedience and rest --which leads to transformation." If you don't believe that God is good, you will become cynical, and angry when difficulties come your way. We will be looking at "Holy Habits" that will encourage us to learn to trust God and HIS goodness.
- 7:00 to 8:30 pm, Krogh Home, Penn Hills
- Leaders: Margie Krogh, Peggy Wright, Chris Weaver
Thursday Morning Women—"Ephesians" - The Book of Ephesians calls on believers to ponder and revel in the glory of God and to comprehend all the blessings He has bestowed upon us "in Christ." In consequence, we are called to walk in a manner worthy of what we have received. We will study this book in depth throughout the Fall and Winter-Spring terms. Join us for prayer, study and fellowship as we immerse ourselves in God's Word.
- 9:15 to 11:00 am - Barclay Building
- Leaders: Boots Mulock, Pam Smith, Shirley Dubeau