For more information, please contact us:
Director of Women’s Ministries
Ruthie Estes – email or 832-668-1861
TUESDAY NOON BIBLE STUDY FOR WOMEN
We meet in the Fellowship Hall on Tuesdays at noon. A $5 lunch is served starting at 11:30 or you may bring your own. Drinks are provided. Come and bring a friend.
September 3 – October 8
The Rock, The Road and The Rabbi
Are you ready to begin your journey to a deeper faith? In this six-session video study, Kathie Lee invites you to join her as she visits sites in Israel that have impacted her life. As she shares her story, coauthor Rabbi Jason Sobel, a messianic Jewish rabbi, provides fascinating background details that make the story of the New Testament come alive. Kathie Lee and Rabbi Sobel will take you and your group beyond the typical “Sunday school” teaching to examine the true texts of the Bible.
Something profound happens when we follow along the ancient paths in the actual places where Jesus taught, healed, lived, died, was resurrected, and ascended into heaven. As Kathie Lee and Rabbi Sobel reveal in this study, Jesus is indeed the Rock and the Rabbi whom we follow along this Road in life. And when we are introduced to the mysteries of the Word by teachers who are trained in the ancient rabbinical way, radical transformation begins to renew our hearts and minds.
October 15 – November 19
The Parables of Jesus
From the parable of the mustard seeds to the parable of the prodigal son, get a fantastic overview of 6 major key parables Jesus shared with followers and pharisees alike, and what they meant in first-century Jewish and Roman culture.
November 26 – December 17
The Case for Christmas
In The Case for Christmas, Lee Strobel investigates the story of Jesus’ birth and reveals how we can know it is true. He examines the Bible’s claim that Jesus was born of a virgin, some of the “puzzles” we find in the Gospel that don’t seem to match up with the historical record, and the great mystery of the incarnation–how Jesus could be both fully God and fully human. Lee shows how the evidence points to the inescapable conclusion that Jesus was who he said he was: the divine Son of God.
For more information, contact Ruthie Estes.
THE SEWING CONNECTION
Ladies who enjoy a relaxed and fun-filled day, are joining the Sewing Connection! New projects are being developed all the time …pillowcase dresses, crafts and gifts for the Fall Bazaar and more.
Ongoing projects include caps for the homeless, baby layettes, neck coolers for our troops, robes, lap quilts and bibs for hospitals. Patterns are very easy and are geared for the beginner seamstress. Any and all are invited to take part in the sewing missions. Come learn new skills or share your expertise with others.
Plan to stay for fellowship and lunch! Meet the group in Room 606 at 9:00am on Thursday.
UNITED METHODIST WOMEN
The United Methodist Women (UMW) is organized with the purpose of knowing God, supporting one another, and promoting global missions. The UMW strives to follow Christ’s teachings to do acts of justice, mercy, and faith and to serve one another on an equal basis. As Jesus said, “Whoever wants to be first must be last of all and servant of all.” Mark 9:35
Our local UMW Circles meet once a month for fellowship with an emphasis on missions.
For information about the Church Circle, which meets on the second Tuesday at 10:30am, call Jane Thompson at: 281-392-9437.
For information about the Reading Circle, which meets on the third Tuesday at 10:00am, call Jodie Chambers at: 713-791-9677.
For information about the Circle of Friends, contact Myrna Calhoun at 832-467-4767.
Women’s Walk To Emmaus
Join us at the Kaiserhof Retreat Center in Tomball, TX for the Women’s Walks to Emmaus.
To learn more about the retreat center, click on: www.kaiserhofretreatcenter.com.
Upcoming Emmaus Walks
Visit www.hwec.org for upcoming Walk dates.