Small Group Studies
Small Group Studies
Click HERE for a PDF of the Spring 2013 Small Group Studies Brochure!
Quarterly on Sundays from 5-8 p.m. in the Lecture Hall.
This is your opportunity to learn about Woods Chapel Church and get connected to a WCC group or ministry. In this one evening class, you’ll get to know WCC, learn how to find a place of belonging at WCC and how to become a WCC member. If you are new to the fellowship, or you have just been waiting for the right time to get further involved, please come to this introduction and connection time.
Upcoming New Connections Dates for 2013:
For questions or to sign up for the next class, contact Jennifer Dancy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Tuesday Morning Bible Study
9:15-11:30 a.m. in the Lecture Hall
Studying "Missing Pieces" by Jennifer Rothschild.
God's ways don't always make sense, but He is trustworthy. Come close to Him. Experience unexpected peace despite your heartache. Trust Him more than your feelings. God will reveal Himself to you and fill in your missing pieces. Study starts March 26th and is led by Susan Jackson and Deanna Price.
Women's Wednesday Morning Bible Study
9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Lecture Hall
Studying “Believing God” by Beth Moore.
Believing God examines what it means to believe God rather than only believing in Him. Study starts March 27th and is led by Laurie Darrah.
Financial Peace University: New! 10-Week Session
Fall 2013 Dates Coming Soon!!
Join us this fall as we gain financial freedom with Dave Ramsey in his updated Financial Peace University Course!
The course has been revised and includes ONLY 10 weeks of classes, versus the original 13! Classes are typcially on Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Gain knowledge on money and finances as we learn to use money the way God intended! Register online under forms.
Women's Weeknight Study: Supper & Scripture, 6:30-8:00
Led by Pam Carpenter in Room 322.
A Women's 6-Week evening bible Study of Becoming More than a Good Bible Study Girl by Lysa Terkeurst. Come to this study from work, or come from home ... supper will be waiting for you! Only $5 per week! Don't cook! Just come and enjoy the fellowship. Childcare available. Register HERE!
Thursday nights beginning March 7, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. and through April 11th. Contact Karen Schuler at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Sunday Morning Classes at 9:05 a.m.
Green Bananas: "Good to Great in God's Eyes" by Chip Ingram
Led by Brian Dunn & Dan Horn in Room 306.
Practical steps for great living in all areas: spiritual growth, family, relationships, and career. Starts April 7.
Women's Study Group: "Do Yourself a Favor .. Forgive" by Joyce Meyer
Led by Gina Kennedy & Irene Price in Room 301.
Studying o Yourself a Favor ... Forgive by Joyce Meyer. Life will never be fair, buth that is not a reason to let anger destroy our well-being and health. This is a guide to navigating that thorny territory and finding true peace. Starts April 21.
Life Lessons: "When Faith Is All You Have" by Ruth E. Van Reken
Led by Don & Joyce Kronmueller in Room 305.
If you've come to the place where you need to know what exactly faith is and how to live "by faith", When Faith Is All You Have: A Study of Hebrews 11 will help you. Stories of faith-filled biblical characters. Starts March 3.
Learning to Know God's Voice:
Led by Roy Collins & Bob Fillmore in Room 311
Together, let's practice 'listening for our revelation' as we thoughtfully consider what the Gospel of John has to pour into our lives. Come and be amazed with God's revelation for you. Starts March 3.
Sunday Morning Classes at 10:10 a.m.
Marriage & Family Development: "Beyond Ordinary"
Led by Dani & Rich Carroll in Room 306
Studying Beyond Ordinary: When a Good Marriage Just Isn't Good Enough by Justin & Trisha Davis. How safe is your marriage? The biggest threat to any marriage isn't infidelity or miscommunication. The greatest enemy is ordinary. Ordinary marriages lose hope, lack vision, risk compromise. Ordinary is the belief that this is as good as it will ever get. This is the most fun gathering of couples on the path to extraordinary. Jump in and enjoy the walk together. Starts March 3.
Contemporary Believers: "The Magnificent Obsession " by Anne Graham Lotz
Led by Russ Cline, Lecture Hall
What is missing from lives that seem full - but are actually hollow at the core? Anne Graham Lotz says the answer is knowing God intimately as Abraham did - and being known by Him - as His friend. Starts May 5.
Keeping God Real: FOR MEN
Led by Terry McCarty in Room 303.
Straight talk about tangible faith. A group of men discussing life issues in the light of scripture with other men walking similar paths. There is no book to read and discussion is voluntary. Ongoing class.
Seekers of the Word: Studying the Book of Ruth
Led by Bill Carpenter in Room 311.
We are studying the book of Ruth and learning to trust God to provide what we need, when we need it, and to work out our lives in ways that are better than we ever imagined. We will move onto 1 & 2 Timothy to be encouraged in life and keep the faith. Ongoing class.
World Religions: "When World Views Collide" by Ergun Caner
Led by Kirk Doan in Room 301.
This group began studying Islam vs. Christianity and it has grown! Come join us as we understand the beliefs and assumptions behind today's religious teachings. Examine the beliefs of major world religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam. Starts March 3.
Women's Study Group: "Hungry for God" by Margaret Feinberg
Led by Karen Schuler in Room 312
In your heart you feel the longing - an emptiness that can't be satisfied by food, or friendships, or entertainment, or success, or anything this world can offer. Only God can fill the void. Starts March 3.
Sunday Morning Classes at 11:15 a.m.
Young Couples: Nooma Video Series by Rob Bell
Led by Jessica & Brett Napton and Amy & Colin Brown in Room 306.
This modern DVD series explores our world from a perspective of Jesus. Perfect for young couples to discuss and learn. Watch a brief 10-minute video featuring author and pastor Rob Bell as he poses a question relevant to our life situations. Starts March 3.