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If you have any questions or would like to receive additional information, contact:

Rod Pettus | rpettus@thevinecc.com

*We are currently looking for Childcare Workers for the 10:00am Wednesday Fall Women’s Study that starts up on 9/7. If you are interested, please contact Rod Pettus at rpettus@thevinecc.com.

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING - The Promised One: Seeing Jesus in Genesis by Nancy Guthrie

Description : Together we will make new discoveries of Jesus as seen in the shadows of the Old Testament, apply the gospel found in Genesis to issues such as shame, fear, and the desire for security and significance; and develop our longing for what is ahead when the world is once again made new. 

Leader: Angela Crossland

Target Audience : Women's Study

Date and Time :  Beginning September 7th, Wednesday Mornings @ 10:00 am

Meeting Format : In Person at The Vine

Note : Participants will need to purchase “The Promised One: Seeing Jesus in Genesis" by Nancy Guthrie (available on Amazon) and bring a Bible and notebook.

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING - Psalms; Songs Along the Way

Description : In this study we will delve into the beautiful songs and prayer of the Bible in the book of Psalms.  This is Part 1 of a two part study in which we will read Psalms, pray Psalms, and discover the ways of God through the Psalms. This will be a beautiful time of reflecting on God and who He is and what great things He has done. We will also engage in prayer together as we read and grow in the beautiful heritage of Scripture that David has passed on for God's people.

Leader : Caryann Barton 

Target Audience : Women's Study

Date and Time :  September 7th, Wednesday Mornings @ 10:00 am

Meeting Format : In Person at The Vine

Note : We will be using the book Psalms Part 1 Songs Along the Way by Kathleen Nielson. Part 2 planned for Spring 2023.

 

WEDNESDAY EVENING - Sermon on the Mount by John Stott

Description : Part 2 - We will continue studying Matt. 5 (the second half of the book "The Sermon on the Mount" by John Stott).  In the words of John Stott, " The Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teaching of Jesus and arguably the least understood, and certainly the least obeyed.  It is the nearest thing to a manifesto that Jesus ever uttered, for it is his own description of what he wanted his followers to be and to do".  

Leader : Liz Anne Adams

Target Audience : Women's Study

Date and Time :  August 31, Wednesday Evenings @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Meeting Format : We will meet at The Vine in Auditorium B.

Note : Continuation from the Spring Semester of the same book