ZWELCA Summer Bible STudy

Tuesday, July 16, 5:30 to 8pm

ALL WOMEN, of all faiths and ages and stages of life, are invited to join us for a catered dinner and discussion of the Bible Study: "All who Hunger, Gather Gladly".  It is the story of Jesus and the disciples feeding 5000 people, without advance preparation!  You may download the study or pick up a copy in the Church office. If you receive the Gather magazine, the studies are within it.

Dinner will be catered; thus, (unlike Jesus and the disciples) advance registration and payment will be needed by July 8.  Please register by using the yellow sign up sheet in the Sunday bulletin; pay (or send) your check, for $8, made payable to ZWELCA; to Connie Saunders in the church office.

Please come for a relaxing dinner and conversation about Jesus and Hunger.  See you there!

ZWelca bible study

September 2013-May 2014

In Good Company: Stories of Biblical Women

Company’s coming! Bible study author Kay Ward, a bishop in The Moravian Church, has invited nine women from the Old Testament, several from the New Testament, and a handful of women she knows to stop in for a visit. They will be companions with us each month, long enough for us to get to know them and to also get to know ourselves a bit better. Their stories will draw us into Bible study, worship with the Psalms, and opportunities to tell our own stories. Ward was elected to be a bishop in the Moravian Unity in 1998, the first woman to be chosen in its 550 years of history. She has served as a parish pastor, and in 2006 retired as professor and administrator of Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem, Pa. Kay has written three collections of essays and lives in a log cabin in central Wisconsin. She comes highly recommended by her friend and current Bible study author, Audrey West.

Learn more about the 2013-2014 Bible study.

During the school year, the Bible Study group meets the first Tuesday of each month at 5p.m. in the Kairos Room.

For more information, contact the church office.



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