1 Corinthians Morning Study

What can we learn from Paul's letter to the church at Corinth known to us as 1 Corinthians? Let's find out together this fall in a women's Bible study group as we follow along with Pastor Matt's sermon series on this challenging and intensely interesting New Testament book. Our group will focus on learning more about how to study the Bible to know God more intimately; delve deeper into 1 Corinthians through the sermons as well as individual and group study; and connect with God and one another through fellowship, encouragement, sharing, and prayer. Our group will meet primarily on Zoom with several opportunities for in-person gatherings throughout the fall.

Time: Tuesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Dates: September 13th - December 13th, 2022

Limit: 12 women

Format: Bible study on Zoom with occasional in-person gatherings


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Book Study of Acts

Tuesday evenings, 7:00-8:30pm, at the church and online, starting September 13 through November 29, 2022

In this hybrid study (you can meet in person or online as your schedule and preferences dictate) we will study the book of Acts.  The study will be Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30pm. 

The Tuesday night Women’s hybrid (in person and zoom combination) Bible Study will be looking at the book of Acts together.  We meet in the Youth Room from 7:00-8:30 pm. We read the Scripture, spend 10 minutes in quiet reflection on it, then share thoughts and questions with some guided discussion topics prepared by the leader - all you need is a Bible!

People meeting in person will be at the church, and if attending virtually, you will be sent a Zoom link by study leaders, Sara Moger and Amy Hill. 

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Ephesians - bible study

We will gather weekly for Bible study of the book of Ephesus meeting in room 9- the youth room at Covenant Presbyterian Church beginning on September 14.  Meetings will run from 9am to 11am on Wednesdays.  Group size is limited to 12 to help facilitate discussion. 

This study will run a minimum of 12 weeks and may go longer.

Questions we will consider:

  • What did you like about this passage?
  • What do you find challenging or difficult about this passage?
  • What does this passage teach you about God?
  • What does it teach you about people?
  • What impact does it have on your day to day life?

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