Women's fall bible studies

Fellowship Women's Bible Studies are selected to meet you where you are in your spiritual journey. We have provided categories to help you choose the studies that are right for you. Remember to start everything with the destination in mind. Our collective purpose is to go and make disciples. Just as with the original twelve, growing in intimacy with Christ is meant for our good but his glory. As you review study options, consider this pathway for growing in your knowledge of the Word, deepening your relationship with the Lord, and walking out the path of discipleship.




You don't have to be a new believer to start here. Understanding the gospel and the greater narrative of scripture is foundational for every believer. We never move past the gospel because it is the lens through which we understand a compelling relationship with God.
Seamless - Angie Smith
Tuesday PM | 6:30PM - 8:00PM (Elizabeth Hopkins and Alexis Gibbons)

In 7 sessions, Seamless covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. Whether you've grown up hearing Bible stories or you're exploring Scripture for the first time, the full story of the Bible can be overwhelming. Experience the Bible as a whole as you gain clarity and confidence in your understanding of Scripture. Discover a biblical context that reshapes and brings to life stories from the Old and New Testaments.
Experiencing God - Henry Blackaby
Wednesday PM | 6:30PM - 8:00PM (Norma Kissell and Candi Atherton)

God is inviting you into an intimate love relationship through which He reveals to you His will, His ways, and His work. When you recognize where God is working, you can join Him in what He is doing. Carefully listening to His voice will anchor you in His plan and set you free to live it with boldness and freedom. Then you will experience God doing through you what only He can do.


Being a follower of Christ means growing in gospel literacy. Take time to study individual books and/or concepts and always seek to learn more about the heart of God. What you learn will clarify his redemptive story.
Abide - Jen Wilkin
Wednesday AM - 9:30AM - 11:00AM (Jessica Sadler)
Wednesday PM | 6:30pm - 8:00PM (Amber Upton and Caroline Mrowiec)
Let what you heard from the beginning abide in you. - 1 John 2:24 
How can we hold onto assurance of our faith? How can we discern the truth from a lie? How can we know God loves us? In these three short letters, the apostle John reminds an early church facing division, deception, and doubt to hold fast to what they know and to live like they believe it. And he reminds us, as well. In this 10-session Bible study on the letters of 1, 2, and 3, John, Jen Wilkin helps you see how two thousand years later, his words call to Christians in similar challenges to recall a great salvation and to abide in the truth.
Ruth - Good Book Company
Wednesday PM | 6:30PM - 8:00PM (Jen Wilson and Hailee Meals)
This woman from ancient times was no powerful princess - just a young, vulnerable widow, an impoverished outcast. The story records no famous events or places - just a struggling family facing hard times in a small, agricultural community occupied with their livelihoods and customs. But the hidden hand of God is at work in the lives of these ordinary people, and wonderfully at work in history. God transforms hardship from bitterness to joy; God's word liberates people to become a community filled with loving kindness towards outsiders; God's people reach out to their enemies. And most significantly, God's great plan, to send a promised savior King to redeem people of all nations, is being worked out.
2 Samuel/1 Chronicles - Precept
Wednesday AM - 9:30AM - 11:30AM (Pam Ramsey & Tina Elacqua)

Watch a “man after God’s own heart” ascend to the throne, then descend into sin. 2 Samuel recounts the long reign of David, beginning with this becoming king over Judah. As his life unfolds, we see how a covenant-keeping God turns a man from the worst sins to a victorious finish. In his steadfastness, God remained at work, moving forward his redemptive purposes. He remembered and exalted David when he humbled himself before Him. The future hope of 2 Samuel is the Messianic King who would one day bring God’s Kingdom and blessings to all the nations.
Romans - Good Book/Tim Keller 
Thursday AM - 9:30AM - 11:30AM (Tracey King) 

Take time to learn and understand one of the most-read, most written-about parts of the Bible. The book of Romans provides us with a concise summary of the Gospel. Over the next 10 weeks, you will explore righteousness - why we don’t have it, why we need it, and how we can receive it. Paul will focus on doctrine in the initial chapters and hinge on the simple truth that “the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6 v 23). It's a truth which will liberate every aspect of your life.

The second half of the book focuses on how to live life in response to God's mercy, by the power of his Spirit. Timothy Keller says that Romans 8 contains the secret to real life change. Tracey King will walk you through the breadth and depth of Paul’s letter to the Romans with the hopes it will offer a fresh perspective and encouragement in your daily life.


The Kingdom of God is communal. The greatest commandments show us that the church is to operate as an outpost of heaven. Part of growing as believers is practicing what we are learning independently with other believers while building one another up in love.
M is for Mama - Abbie Halberstadt
Wednesday AM |  9:30AM - 11:00AM  (Alicia McElrath and Shannon Unruh)*

*Every other week
The M Is for Mama book offers advice, encouragement, and scripturally sound strategies seasoned with a little bit of humor to help you embrace the challenge of biblical motherhood and raise your children with love and wisdom.
Gentle and Lowly - Dane Ortlund
Wednesday PM | 6:30PM - 8:00PM (Cynthia Santana and Kim Mayer)
Christians know that God loves them, but can easily feel that he is perpetually disappointed and frustrated, maybe even close to giving up on them. As a result, they focus a lot―and rightly so―on what Jesus has done to appease God’s wrath for sin. But how does Jesus Christ actually feel about his people amid all their sins and failures?

This book draws us to Matthew 11, where Jesus describes himself as “gentle and lowly in heart,” longing for his people to find rest in him. The gospel flows from God’s deepest heart for his people, a heart of tender love for the sinful and suffering.

These chapters take us into the depths of Christ’s very heart for sinners, diving deep into Bible passages that speak of who Christ is and encouraging readers with the affections of Christ for his people. His longing heart for sinners comforts and sustains readers in their up-and-down lives.
  • Draws on Writings from the Puritans: Including Thomas Goodwin, Richard Sibbes, John Bunyan, John Owen, and others 
  • Provides a Unique Perspective: Confronts readers’ typical thoughts on God’s heart
  • Scripture-Based: Explores passages throughout the whole Bible to get a full picture of God’s heart for sinners


We should start everything with the destination in mind. Our collective purpose is to go and make disciples. Just as with the original twelve, growing in intimacy with Christ is meant for our good but His glory. Look for studies that prepare you to live out the great commission.
Gospel on the Ground - Kristi Mclelland 
Wednesday AM | 9:30AM - 11:00AM (Michelle Just and Suzanna Adamson)

Come along with biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland as she unpacks the life of the early church in the book of Acts and shows us that the kingdom of God is always on the move, always looking outward to bring meaning and joy to a world searching for true fulfillment and hope. Explore the call of Jesus to His disciples then and to us today. See how God's Word can sustain us even in the most difficult of times and embrace the transformative grace we experience as children of God in His kingdom of celebration.


Jesus transforms our lives through a personal relationship with him. Change happens when we allow more of our lives to model his. Look for studies that help you grow and refine spiritual disciplines, like prayer, sabbath, and story work.
Hope Beyond Loss - (Tina Elacqua)
Sunday AM | 9:30AM - 10:35AM

Life is hard. Nowhere in the Bible do we find that if we are Christians, we will be spared heartache, pain, agony, and loss. In fact, the Bible reveals godly men and women who experience a number of heart-breaking events…infertility, loss of babies and children, murder, addictions, death of loved ones, loss of job/career. 

Fellowship’s mission is to grow compelling relationships with God and others that have an irresistible influence in our world. Therefore, we recognize and value our need for authenticity and transparency in community, particularly when heartbreak occurs. There are many in our body who have struggled with loss and have experienced the value of journeying with a genuine friend. A friend who will sit in the ashes and cry with us. A friend who will provide comfort by pointing us to Christ. 

We will work through the grieving process, prayerfully read each devotional, taking time to answer the reflection questions. God often uses the stories of others to comfort us in our own journey (2 Corinthians 1:3-7). The common thread throughout each narrative is that Jesus, our Great Shepherd, meets us at whatever crossroads we find ourselves and proves again and again that He is our inexhaustible hope beyond loss.


Discipleship Initiative - Phase 1 (Amy Ragon & Ellen Tilleros) 
Wednesday PM - 6:30PM - 8:00PM - October 25th start date

Before we make disciples, we must be one ourselves. What does it mean to live as a disciple? How do we take biblical knowledge into relationships so that it transforms the way we communicate with believers and non-believers alike? We have often looked at discipleship through the programmatic lens of church offerings and yet we feel ill-equipped to go and make disciples as Jesus commanded. This 5-week equipping class is designed to help prepare you to take the next steps in your discipleship journey, whether that looks like forming a discipleship group, engaging in one-on-one discipleship, or leading a small group.  We will investigate spiritual disciplines, the power and purpose of the gospel, the value of story, and the practice of studying God's Word together. This equipping class is intended to focus your attention on your relationship with God.