Men’s Bible Study
Wednesdays @ 7:10 am in the Cloister Room- the Men’s Bible Study will start a study called “How the Church Survived and Thrived” after the First Century. That the church survived is remarkable for many reasons. We will look at the way it not only survived, but expanded by the grace of God. Then we will look at excerpts from a broad range of early Christian literature that reflect a truly new life that was (and is) very attractive to outsiders. New members are welcome to join us at 7:10 am in the Cloister Room.
Women’s Bible Studies
SHINE BEFORE THE GRIND
Every other Wednesday from 6-am – 7am @105 Turnberry Park– All women are invited to gather for study group and fellowship before the day begins. We will be discussing Anne Lamott’s book on prayer, Help, Thanks, Wow. You do not need to have read the book to join us. For more information, please email Susannah Maddox firstname.lastname@example.org, Elizabeth Schoor email@example.com, or Elizabeth McCain (firstname.lastname@example.org).
EARLY WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Wednesdays @ 9 am, hosted by The Rev. Cynthia Knapp, @ the rectory, 139 Country Club Rd.– Join us as we study the book of Acts. Newcomers are welcome!
WISE WOMEN BIBLE STUDY
Wednesdays @10:45 am in the Davis Room taught by The Rev. Cynthia C. Knapp– You are invited to join us as we continue our discussion on The Fruit of the Spirit.
THE GIFT OF GAB WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Join us for a bible study on the book of Esther. The study will be held every other week and will be hosted by a member of the group each session. Dates and locations have been uploaded to our parish calendar or you may contact the parish office for more information. All women are welcome to attend!
Theology on Tap
Tuesdays @ Just Tap’d 488 First St.- Join us each Tuesday at 7 p.m. to discuss “the news of the day” in light of Christian theology and the teachings of Jesus. We’ll look at some of the most pressing issues of our time using the curriculum “Between the Lines” (formerly known as The Bible Workbench). Please note that this is a “drop-in” discussion group, so join us whenever you can, and feel free to bring friends from beyond the Christ Church community (You must be 21 or older to participate). Questions? Contact the Rev. Julia Mitchener