We invite you to join one of our Bible studies with groups that are designed for various Bible study backgrounds. We trust that you will find the study that is just right for you!
On-line registration will open December 1, for our winter / spring session. Please see specific area of study by clicking on the link below for a complete list of upcoming options.
The following details apply to all participants of Women’s Bible Studies.
|Fall Session||September 15/16 – December 1/2|
|Winter/Spring||January 12/13 – April 26/27|
|Winter Session||January 12/13 – February 23/24|
|Spring Session||March 1/2 – April 26/27|
Tuesdays 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Check brochure or website for the location of each study
For scholarship information, contact Michelle Klisares at
|AREA OF STUDY||Fall||Winter/Spring|
|* Winter/Spring book fees will be available at fbcg.com/wbs by December 2015|
(Supplements child care fees and scholarships)
|CHILD CARE FEES
(Child care offered Tuesday morning only)
|1 child in child care||$15||$25|
|2 or more children in child care||$25||$35|
The General Study gets you started with homework that may take up to 15 minutes per day, 3-5 days per week. This area of study is for any Bible study background, new to studying the Bible or a seasoned student.
See details on the General Study fall session »
Homework for the Intermediate Study may take up to 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week. It is suggested that you have some Bible study background, but that is not required.
See details on the Intermediate Study fall session »
Homework for the In-Depth Study may take up to 45 minutes a day, 5 days a week. It is suggested that you have a strong Bible study background, but that is not required.
See details on the In-Depth Study fall session »
Special Interest Study
Homework for the Special Interest Study may take up to 15 minutes per day, 3-5 days per week. This area of study is for moms with children living at home; and is for any Bible study background, new to studying the Bible or a seasoned student.
See details on the Special Interest Study fall session »