Women's Book Study of Esther

Tuesday evenings, 7:00-8:30pm, at the church and online, starting April 19 through May 31, 2022

In this hybrid study (you can meet in person or online as your schedule and preferences dictate) we will study the book of Esther.  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 Esther together, for 7 weeks, beginning April 19th and ending on May 31st. 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!

Esther is one of those books that can help us see the connection between God’s purposes in the Old Testament and the New Testament- “Esther is part of a much larger story that runs all the way from Abraham to Christ and, through him, to the church.”* Esther lived in a world where the governing authorities were sometimes indifferent and sometimes hostile to believers - sound familiar? This book, along with the New Testament, “teaches how to live in that world with courage and integrity, carrying out responsibilities to the best of one’s ability and trusting God in his providence to protect and provide.”*

*both quotes are from the ESV Study Bible Introduction to the book of Esther

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.