Women’s Bible Study meets from 10:30 AM to noon every other Wednesday in Classroom 1. Our study focus is the 2021-2022 Horizons Bible Study entitled “What My Grandmothers Taught Me.”  The core of this study is found in the reading of the first chapter of Matthew. We are invited into the family stories of the named women in Jesus’ family tree (his “Grandmothers” and Mother) that helped shape Jesus and that, therefore, shape us too (our “faith Grandmothers”).  If you have not previously participated, or have not participated for a long time, now is a great time to start; bring your mindful thoughts, presence, and voice.  Discussion will be heartening. Together, we will explore and wonder about Jesus’ Grandmothers: what they might have taught him and what they can teach us.  As we enter into these stories together, we will also think about and share some of our own family stories.  The author hopes that the exploration of their and our stories together will give us a richer idea of what the good news is.  If you are interested in joining the Women’s Bible Study group, please contact the Church Office.  

“PW/Horizons Bible studies are prepared quite literally by and for Presbyterian women. Members of the Board of Directors Bible study committee invite and choose authors and themes. PW circles and groups field test and provide feedback on authors’ first drafts. Bible study authors are pastors, professors, and educators—faithful women who know PW.

The PW Purpose calls Presbyterian Women to nurture faith through prayer and Bible study. PW/Horizons studies are written from within the Reformed tradition and strengthen the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). All of our studies can be read and studied by individuals, but it is what the individuals discover together through group prayer and Bible study that nurtures Presbyterian Women.” PW Women Bible Study site