The Women's Ministry of Lancaster Presbyterian Church
Join the women of Lancaster Presbyterian Church as they grow in the grace and knowledge of the Lord and think through practical applications to everyday life. Keep an eye on our events page for upcoming events for the women of Lancaster Presbyterian Church.
Bible studies are a great place for adults to learn and grow in Christ alongside one another. Our current Bible studies are divided into men's and women's groups, which allow men and women to find others they can identify with. Although each study and group is unique, all Bible studies offer time for Bible teaching and/or facilitation, discussion, prayer, conversation and encouragement in a laid-back atmosphere. Having separate men's and women's groups allows for support that you can sometimes find best with those of the same gender. Bible studies often serve as a great place to develop accountability and encourage one another in your daily walk. Bible studies typically meet during the school year and take a break over the summer months. They are open to any adult at any time. Whether you come occasionally or every week, you will be blessed and grow deeper in you faith.
Women's Evening Bible Study
Thursday evenings bi-weekly: 7:00pm-8:30pm
Location: Waith Fellowship Hall
Topic: The Gospel of Mark (Part 1); The Arrival of Jesus
Coordinator: Laurie Muscato and Cheryl Olszewski
In this laid-back group, women have a chance to learn together, encourage one another in daily struggles, and pray together. The group is comprised mainly of young adult women through those in their middle years. Most of the participants are women who work outside of the home during the day.
Course Title: The Gospel of Mark (Part 1) The Arrival of Jesus
“People hold all sorts of opinions about Jesus Christ – what he believed, what he taught, how he lived. They also have thoughts on how He died and whether or not He really rose from the dead. But when you set your opinions aside, what do you really know about Jesus?” Kay Arthur
“Who do you say that I am?” It’s the question Jesus posed to Peter and it is the question he asks of us. All other questions of our day hinge on getting this answer right.
This study of the gospel of Mark is designed to allow Jesus to speak for himself, through his Word, and by his authority, to show us who he is, what he came for and how he provided us an opportunity to know him intimately.
Bring a friend!
Start date: Thursdays - April 27th, May 11th (The Women's Bible study will meet again in the Fall, continuing the Book of Mark.)
Where: Lancaster Presbyterian Church
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Teachers: Laurie Muscato and Cheryl Olszewski