Showing the compassion of Christ to one another.
Sometimes it's good to get away from the busyness of your day and find those good friends who know you best.
The Women's Ministry at Bannockburn helps you connect to other women, providing the support you'll need to get closer to Christ, learning and reflecting the compassion He showed others.
If you are interested in participating or would like more information, contact Debbie Medlin at 512.892.2703, x1225.
Women's Bible Studies and Events South Austin Campus
Tuesday Morning Bible Workshop this Summer: Sue Valk will lead a three-week interactive teaching of "Praying Scripture Back to God" beginning July 15th in room 306 in the Abington Center from 9:00am to noon. Each week a familiar Bible passage will be used to practice wording them as prayers to God based on the truth each verse contains. When Scripture is prayed back to God, you know you are praying in His will. Childcare is not provided.
Wednesday Evening Ladies Bible Study this Summer! Join Sandy Kerr on Wednesdays evenings at 6:15pm in the Abington Center Room 303 for a six-weeks study of Rick Warren's "Book of James" beginning June 25th. The teaching video contains lessons found in the verse-by-verse study of Chapters 1 and 2 and will cover handling problems, making decisions, dealing with temptation, and succeeding in relationships. Childcare will not be provided.
Mark your calendar now for an eight-week Bible study this fall beginning September 23rd. Sue Valk will lead a study of God's 7 Feasts of the Jewish Religious Calendar on the 3rd floor of the Abington Center from 8:30am to noon. Revealing the truth that the Old Testament and New Testament are completely in harmony, the study of the seven feasts God commanded Israel to observe annually as contained in the Law of Moses will be reviewed and seen fulfilled in the New Testament.
Third Thursday Ladies Night Out - South Austin Campus
July 17 - Independence and Ice Cream
Bring a friend and your favorite ice cream toppings. Ice cream and non-dairy ice cream will be provided. Meet in Room 301 in the Abington Center at 6:30pm.
What better way to celebrate our Independence than to hear Melonie Elequin lead us to discover our Christian heritage and responsibility through an analysis of several of our formative leaders, the founding documents of our country, and select pieces of legislation and resolutions.
August - Mexican Dominoes and Mexican Food --details to come!
Any questions about Third Thursday Ladies Night Out may be directed to Emily Wright at email@example.com.
Women's Bible Study and Events Dripping Springs Campus
See Dripping Springs Women's events on our "Events Calendar" located at the bottom of the page. Click "Events" and change the site to Dripping Springs