The Rev. Kathy Hulin leads a study on Thursday evenings just for women from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Topics are typically of a Christian spirituality nature and use both the Bible and book resources to discuss one's relationship with Christ.
The next study will begin on September 5, 2019 in Moses Hall and run through the Thursday before Thanksgiving. In addition to Bible readings incorporated into the study, we read from Barbara Brown Taylor's An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith. The book shares personal stories and reflections about engaging in relationship with God, and the relationship is lived out each moment of every day while living in the world. See the schedule below.
October 3rd Chapter 11, The Practice of Being Present to God
October 10th Chapter 7, The Practice of Living with Purpose
October 17th Chapter 5, The Practice of Getting Lost
October 24th Chapter 10, The Practice of Feeling Pain
October 31st Chapter 2, The Practice of Paying Attention
November 7th Chapter 3, The Practice of Wearing Skin
November 14th Chapter 8, The Practice of Saying No
November 21st Chapter 6, The Practice of Encountering Others