The Faith Bible Women are dedicated to providing a warm, safe atmosphere where we can grow in our relationships with Jesus, study God’s Word, encourage and support one another, and identify & use our spiritual gifts to influence our families, community, and world. Please join us as together we build generations of Jesus followers who take grace to our world.
Please take a look at what we offer for women and let us know where you’d like to take part. If you have any questions, contact Evelyn Tarbell.
Women's Fall Bible Study
Join Faith Women this Fall as they study the book of Esther. Women's Bible Study meets every Tuesday from September 15th - November 10th. Join us for the morning session 9:30am-12:00pm or for the evening session 6:30pm-8:30pm. The cost is $20 and study guides will be available at the first meeting. Childcare is currently full. To get on the waitlist, sign up below!
About the Esther Study:
There are times in our lives when we do not see, hear, or feel God. But He has promised to never leave us or forsake us. God is never specifically mentioned in the book of Esther, but His work is seen in every chapter. Through this study, we can be assured that God is also at work in our lives even when we cannot see, hear, or feel His presence. Even when our circumstances may appear contrary to this fact, God is both watching and working for our good.
Laughter is the Best Medicine
If you missed September 3rd's special event with Jessica Leffew, you can watch it here or on our app.
Read. Eat. Think.
Faith Women gather the second Wednesday of the month at 12pm in Northside to eat lunch together and discuss books chosen to challenge us in our theology and in our thinking. We want to look deeper into what we believe and why we believe it. Bring your lunch and join us for a great time of fellowship and conversation with other women.
Upcoming dates & books:
October 14 – Rumours of Another World by Philip Yancey
November 11 – When People Are Big and God Is Small by Edward Welch
December 9th - You're Already Amazing by Holley Gerth
For more information, contact Evelyn Tarbell.