Women's Bible Studies

Tuesday studies are now under way and run through December 8, 2020, but you are welcome to join in anytime.  Please click here to contact Debbie Graves and tell her which study you'd like to join and when you're coming so we can have materials ready for you when you come, direct you to the right room, etc.

Tuesday Mornings

How Did We Get the Church of Today - The First 1600 Years 

Leader: Carol Capen
The Gospels leave us with men and women who acknowledge Jesus as their Messiah Savior, the one who died and rose to fulfill the Old Testament promise of true forgiveness and fellowship with God.  Although they have lost their earthly leader, they are filled with zeal and ready to change the world in anticipation of His return.  Decisions about lines of authority and doctrine were still in the future.  We will look at the major decisions starting with those in the book of Acts and then those made us to 1600 AD.  For those decisions made after Acts closes, we will look at passages of Scripture they were based on and those they conflict with. 

The Rest of the Gospel 

Leaders:  Marilyn Young & Sally Moore
Dan Stone and David Gregory wrote The Rest of the Gospel to help others enter into the fullness of an intimate relationship with Christ and to have “Christ in you, the hope of glory”  Colossians 1:27.  We wrestle with the questions: What is God’s plan for us?  We learn that we are not the center of the universe.  Jesus is!  God has a plan for us.  It becomes our purpose for living.  We also learn that we are God’s inheritance.  This truth is told to us in Romans 10:36: “For from Him and through Him are all things.  To Him be the glory forever. 

Rest, Remind, and Reflect 

Leaders:  Deb Lee & Amanda Holland 
God’s truth invites us to rest in what He has done, reminds us of the truth, and encourages us to live in the light of it.  Each week, we will worship together, meditate on the truth of the good news of Jesus Christ, and share in small groups.  This study may also be streamed or zoomed. 

Living in the Hard Times (two-semester study)  

Leader:  Diane Kindall 
The Gospels leave us with men and women who acknowledge Jesus as their Messiah Savior, the one who died and rose to fulfill the Old Testament promise of true forgiveness and fellowship with God.  Although they have lost their earthly leader, they are filled with zeal and ready to change the world in anticipation of His return.  Decisions about lines of authority and doctrine were still in the future.  We will look at the major decisions starting with those in the book of Acts and then those made us to 1600 AD.  For those decisions made after Acts closes, we will look at passages of Scripture they were based on and those they conflict with.

Moses - Eyewitness to the Glory 

Leader:  Bev Bushelman
Moses was honored as the man who wrote the first five books of Bible, was used by God to deliver Israel from bondage in Egypt, was Israel’s first and greatest prophet, and was used by God to deliver the law and the Ten Commandments.  Other than Jesus, no one has had a greater impact on western civilization than Moses.  Yet, Moses was born into the world during a time of great suffering, was given up for adoption, had physical challenges, and was plagued by a strong sense of inadequacy.  Despite these hardships, he was chosen by God to do great and amazing things.  Through this study we are going to learn how it was that Moses could overcome his own insecurities and be empowered to persevere through the path that God had laid out for him, to discern God’s active presence at work in our life, and to trust God. 

Tuesday Evenings

Becoming a Woman of Freedom by Cynthia Heald (off campus) 6:30 pm 

Leaders:  Veralyn Adams and Lisa Woods
We all can become encumbered by spiritual and emotional burdens that hold us back from running the race that God intends for us.  Through scripture, we will explore how to lay aside these weights and hindrances that burden us and keep us from experiencing the peace, joy, and freedom that the Lord longs for us to enjoy.  This study meets off-campus at the home of Lisa Woods. 

The Gospel-Centered Woman by Wendy Alsup (on campus)  6:30 pm 

Leader: Robyn Pomonis
The Bible is clear about what God has planned for women and yet despite our best efforts, we sometimes fall short, fail miserably, or miss out entirely.  But there is hope and grace because Christ has made a way for us to embrace our legacy as daughters of God.  We will discover how the gospel equips us to bridge the gap between God’s good plan for us and the fallen reality in which we often find ourselves. 

More Information

TIMES:  Mornings 8:45 am - 11:30 am    Evenings 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
MORNING OPENING:  We start our Tuesday mornings off with fellowship, refreshment, a short devotion, worship music, and announcements.  This runs from 8:45 to 9:30.  At 9:30 everyone is dismissed to their studies.  Our refreshments will be pre-packaged for sanitary reasons.
FREE CHILDCARE:  Childcare may or may not be full depending upon what age your child is.  Please contact Heather Bergeron  to see if there is still room in childcare.  
REGISTRATION:  Please click here to contact Debbie Graves and tell her which study you'd like to join and when you're coming so we can have materials ready for you when you come, direct you to the right room, etc.

LOVING MOMS CLASS & PARENTING TEENS CLASS:  We have moved our popular Loving Moms Class and the Parenting Teens Class to Thursdays, beginning September 17 at 9:30 am.  Please click here to be taken to their pages.  They have their own registration prices, processes, childcare, and forms.

COVID-19 Concerns

MASKS: Masks and shields are optional and you are welcome to wear one.  However, we do not require everybody to wear masks so, if that is a concern, the Rest, Remind, Reflect study will have a ZOOM option.
ZOOM OPTION:  If you are not able to join us in person due to corona virus concerns, the Rest, Remind, Reflect Study/Discussion with Deb Lee and Amanda Holland offers an option to participate via ZOOM from your home. 
SANITATION:  The tables, chairs, restrooms, doors, and high touch points are all cleaned and sanitized before and after our studies.  
DISCLAIMER:  Catalina Foothills Church cannot guarantee a COVID-free environment, nor do we require physical distancing or the wearing of masks.  If exposure to COVID-19 is a concern for you or if you are considered high risk, our in-person studies may not be the right choice this semester.
QUESTIONS?  If there is anything we haven't addressed here, please feel free to contact our Director of Women's Ministry Debbie Graves debbie@cfcpca.org or 615-8500 x 102.  She is happy to help