Highland Park Baptist Church

Winter 2014 Women's Schedule

Women's Bible Fellowship

Sunday morning, 10:10am
All Year
Room:  High School Room 16
Teacher: Lynn Karidis

If you are looking for a wonderful class for women only, this is it! The class involves women of all walks of life, sharing in the common desire to develop sincere and warm relationships, to grow in their love for God, and a willingness to be doers of the Word and not hearers only.

Deeper Roots

Tuesday morning
9:30—11:15 am
Beginning January 7
Fellowship Hall
Teacher: Betty King

We are going through every book in the Book! Please come and join us as we continue our study in the book of Romans. You’ll share in prayer time and table discussion, tremendous goodies and coffee and tea provided. Our goal together is to establish Deeper Roots in God’s Word and encourage each other along the way.

Childcare is provided.

Missions with a Heart

Tuesday luncheons
Dates February 25, March 18, April 15, May 6
11:30am—1:00pm
Fellowship Hall
Facilitator: Renee Culver

Come for a delicious luncheon and hear from members of our missionary families as they share their experiences both on and off the mission field.  Learn things up-close and personal that you just couldn’t learn elsewhere.  Lunch is $7.00 at the door. 

Childcare is provided upon request.

Explorers Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11:15am
Beginning January 8
West Fellowship Hall
Course materials are $60 (for two books)
Teachers: Holly Maitland and Laurie Cuffe

This year we will study the Gospel of Mark, and Making Sure of the Truth – a series covering the books of Philemon, Colossians, Jude, 2 Peter and 1,2,& 3 John.  Homework is approximately 90 minutes per week.  Participants will read and study God’s Word, answer questions, then discuss/share answers in a small group format.  Explorers is for women of any age, and appropriate for beginners as well as those experienced with studying the Bible.

Childcare available.

A Beth Moore Study

Wednesday, 7:00—8:30pm
Beginning January 8
East Fellowship Hall
Facilitators: Ginger Grimmer & Sandy Martin
Materials fee: $16

Esther - It's Tough Being a Woman

This study will provide a very personal examination of this great story of threat and deliverance as Beth peels back the layers of history and shows how very contemporary and applicable the story of Esther is to our lives today. Just as it was tough being a woman in Esther's day, it’s tough today. This study in God's Word provides treasures that will aid us in our hurried, harried, and pressured lives.

Kids clubs and youth groups available.

A Kay Arthur Study

Wednesday, 7:00—8:30pm
Beginning January 8
West Fellowship Hall
Facilitators: Lynn West
Materials fee: $25

Interpreting Revelation in Light of Biblical Prophecy

This study will focus on the passages concerning Biblical prophecy, especially from the Old Testament, and their relationship to the book of Revelation. Through careful observation of Biblical texts, the inductive method of study is used to discover what God says will take place in future. This final part of the Revelation study completes the series on eschatology.

Kids clubs and youth groups available.

MOTS

First & third Thursdays, 9:15 – 11:00am
Beginning January 16
Fellowship Hall
Teacher: Cathy Tanana
Coordinators:  Teresa Tyler & Jen Brightwell
One time registration fee:  $30.00

Theme:  A study of the Book of James

Join other moms of preschool children (birth to 6 yrs.) as we meet for a light brunch and conversation; Biblical instruction on subjects such as child-rearing, homemaking, and marriage.  We have encouraging discussions in small groups, mentoring provided by seasoned mothers, and opportunities for new friendships and spiritual growth.

Childcare is provided for ages 6 and under.

Crafting Corner

Monthly Meetings, 7:00—11:00pm
Friday evenings: Jan 3
South Atrium Hall
Coordinator: Sheila Diamond – (248) 356-4575 

Join us for an evening of fun and fellowship.  Come with special projects for organizations you are assisting, like flannel pillowcases for children with cancer or knitted scarves for the winter Special Olympics. Bring scrapbooks, stamping projects, needlepoint or whatever you desire and enjoy the evening working with other women.   Come with snacks to share.