“All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work.”
2 Timothy 3:16-17
As we seek God’s will and purpose for our lives and our church we turn to scripture, committing ourselves to study and prayer together.
Get connected with a study today!
Old Testament Overview: Join us for an optional overview of the Old Testament, 5:30-6:45 p.m. Wednesday, January 29, in Classroom A&B. This class is for participants who would like a grasp of how the Old Testament fits together.
The Messiah: The Thread of Salvation in Scripture: Join us, beginning February 5, as we base our Bible study on selections from the Messiah‘s libretto text, which was provided to Handel by Charles Jennens. We will consider the coherence of the Old and New Testaments regarding the theme and the unfolding of God’s plan for salvation by studying a selection of the texts that Jennens excerpted from the Authorized Version, which we know as the King James. We will discover together how God’s eternal purpose in Christ weaves throughout all of Scripture, and we will rejoice in that purpose as we listen to portions of the oratorio together. The study begins three weeks before Ash Wednesday, on February 5, and will conclude the Wednesday before Holy Week, April 1. Click here to register.
Read the Bible in a Year: Join in our Bible Reading Plan, which will take us through the entire Bible in a year. Engage together around Q&A, discussion and prayer focused on the week’s passages. We will meet in Webster Chapel, 11:15-11:45 a.m. each Sunday through April. Click here to register, or just come when you can.
Questions? Email Associate Pastor Jaci Smith Patman or you may call (239) 213-5240.
This faithful group of women meets weekly at 10 a.m. on Thursdays, mid-October through April. They are always excited to have newcomers join their group. This group is led by Mary Poston.
Through this ministry, women of Moorings are committed to nurturing, supporting, working and building a vibrant community of women who are “forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit.”
The Presbyterian Women meet together at gatherings and in circles and welcome your participation in their activities.
A group luncheon takes place on the second Tuesday of every month November through April. The luncheons include a nice meal, time for fellowship and a meaningful speaker.
Circles typically include a study and discussion, in addition to the social aspects of fellowship and friendships that develop when involved in a circle. They meet weekly from November through April at various homes or at the church. If you would like help finding the right circle, please contact Collene Van Noord for additional information.
Mission & More
The Presbyterian Women raise funds annually to support various missions of the church and in the community.
Women have other opportunities to fellowship through the Readers’ Rendezvous and Prayer Chain Team.