Why do most women benefit from group interaction? The support and love of a small circle of friends can nurture a woman in a unique way. Personal relationships help meet several basic needs—acceptance, affirmation, and accountability. These three A’s serve as the primary purposes of any women’s group within the church. (excerpt from Lifeway article, click link for full text).
The Women’s Bible Study at Gretna United Methodist Church offers an opportunity to meet these needs through the “table families” organized into each new study. We learn as a large group utilizing a video-driven series but make personal connections through our discussions, fellowship, mission opportunities, and sharing of prayers/praises within our “families”. Each study provides us with some familiar faces and some new ones to build relationships with. Please join us!
Two meeting times are available to accommodate your schedule:
Tuesday evenings from 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Wednesday mornings from 9:00 – 11:00 am.
On Wednesday mornings starting September 6, we will be studying “Loved By God” by Liz Curtis Higgs. Click here to check out the study description from the author’s website. Study guides will be available for $17 each at the first session. Please contact Amy P (see contact info below) for more information or to put your name on the list for a study guide.
We meet at Gretna United Methodist Church but this is a community study open to all regardless of church membership!
Contact our facilitator (Amy P) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-332-2624 or contact the church office to reserve your seat!