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New studies begin in the fall (September) and winter (January), but you can jump in anytime. You’ll find study groups centered on specific Bible books or great discipleship books from Christian authors and occasionally groups developed for women in the same stage of life.

NEW STUDIES BEGIN JANUARY 2020! Check back soon for more information.


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Monday

Study Group

6:30p-8:00p in the Gathering Room, Life Change Center

Moving Mountains
by John Eldredge
Led by Moira Schnell + Kelly Longhi
Begins Monday 1.13 - 8 sessions

Everyone has a reason to pray, but how come some people’s prayers seem more effective than others? If you are interested in prayer, you want prayer that works. When we discover that prayer is not just asking God to do something - prayer is partnership with God - new possibilities open before us. We are God’s daughters, given the authority of Jesus Christ; we have a greater role in prayer than we ever thought. Greater power too.

Please note you WILL need to complete a lesson prior to the first gathering.

Childcare is not offered for this study group. 

Questions regarding the study? Contact Study Group Leaders Moira Schnell & Kelly Longhi.

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Tuesday

Study Group

9:30a-11:30a in the Well, Main Campus

Mindset: Learning and Living the Will of God
An Inductive Study of Romans 8 by Pam Gillaspie
Led by Shannon Courtaney + Amy Kurt
Begins Tuesday 1.14 - 8 sessions

Romans 8 delivers the heart of biblical theology in one power-packed chapter and answers questions that make all the difference: Where can I find power to follow God? How do I know God hears my prayers? What does “called by God” mean? Can I ever be separated from God’s love?

This deep dive into Romans 8 is a journey to discover truth for ourselves and wrestle with how knowing truth and thinking biblically will change how we see the world and live in it. We can’t stop with knowing truth; we need to press on and live it!

Childcare is available for this study based on availability.

Questions? Contact Study Group Co-Leader Amy Kurt