Join other women in a relaxed class setting to enjoy great teaching, discussion, to pray and to build friendships that become “strong towers” while facing various trials in life. We organize weekly meetings, events and service opportunities designed to encourage spiritual growth. We’d love to have you join us! Here is a list of classes and studies especially for the women in our church family. For more information, please contact Susie Cobden at or 405-728-4711.

Tuesday Mornings

Servant Women in the Word
9:30-10:45 a.m., beginning January 15, 2019
Led by Dr. Robyn Goggs
Community Hall
This large group Bible Study is a favorite among many women as it appeals to the beginning follower as well as the seasoned believer. Our studies will resume on Tuesday, January 15. Each session will essentially be an independent study, so even if your schedule will prevent weekly attendance, feel free to attend as often as possible. Join us on Tuesdays at 9:15 for coffee and donuts ($1.00) and the program, led by Dr. Robyn Goggs, begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Community Hall. Click here to register.

“The Gospel of Mark: The Jesus We’re Aching For” by Lisa Harper
10:00-11:30 a.m. starting January 22, 2019
Led by Lou Ann Morris
South Adult Center, Room 3
Throughout his account, Mark unveils a Jesus of unparalleled power and authority but also a Jesus of humility and love. And while this Jesus invites each of us into a greater story through His teachings, He demands we come as active participants. We must acknowledge Him, seek salvation in Him, and follow Him wherever He leads. In The Gospel of Mark, you’ll follow Jesus through His days of early ministry to the cross and discover what it means to be the recipients of His overflowing compassion and the very reason for His all-consuming passion. To register, click here.

God’s Handiwork Quilting Class
9:30-11:30 a.m. starting January 8, 2019
Led by Jan Green
The Point Student Center
This group is for anyone who wants to make quilts by hand or machine. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or experienced quilter. Everyone brings her own projects to work on each week. Everyone is welcome to come and fellowship, quilt and/or stitch a project. Register here.

Crafty Sisters
9:30-11:30 a.m. (Ongoing)
Led by Joyce McDaniel and Debbie McCord
North Adult Center, Room 7
This group enjoys “crafting” and it could be scrapbooking, cards, coloring, water colors, making jewelry or learning a new craft. Bring your own craft project and share fellowship at the craft table. Register here.

Knitting at Noon
12:00-3:00 p.m. (Ongoing)
Cafe 13.2
All are welcome, beginners and experts. Bring any needlework projects you have to work on. We will also knit washcloths for Church of the Servant newborn babies. Come and bring a lunch, share in fellowship and knit! No childcare is provided. No registration required.

Wednesday Mornings

“JOB! A Story of Unlikely Joy” by Lisa Harper
9:30-11:15 a.m., beginning January 16, 2019
Led by Patricia Hocker/Debbi Marshall
South Adult Center, Rooms 1 & 2
Joy is the constant companion of the woman who trusts in the Lord. And while you can find it in friends, family, and circumstances, unfailing, persistent joy will only ever overflow from your relationship with Jesus. Just ask Job, the man from UZ who clung to God’s goodness while all his worldly joys were stripped away. But how is it possible to hold onto such joy in times of sorrow? In this study, discover the redemptive facet of Job’s suffering. Learn to view pain as a way to strengthen your faith, point others to the gospel, and trust in the Lord. Because His province will never take you to a place His grace will not sustain you. Register here.

Wednesday Evening

“What Matters Most:A Study of Philippians” by Karen Ehman
6:30-8:00 p.m., beginning January 16, 2019
Led by Sherri Boyd and Darla Bierig
North Adult Center, Room 1
The world has always been full of trials, disappointments, temptations, fractured friendships, and financial hardships. Yet Paul’s letter to the Philippians shows we can discover contentment and joy in the midst of it all by prioritizing what matters most – Christ

Join Karen Ehman in this 7- session study as you discover how to:
o Banish anxiety and worry by implementing biblical practices, allowing you to rest in the peace of God..
o Reset your negative patterns of thinking and renew your mind, adopting the attitude of Jesus.
o Experience lasting joy despite difficult circumstances
o Transform your life by discovering your priorities and learning how to live them out.
Register here.

“Draw the Circle – The 40 Day Prayer Challenge” by Mark Batterson
6:30-8:00 p.m., beginning January 16, 2019
Led by Miki Farris
North Adult Center, Room 12
Do you pray as often and as boldly as you want to? There is a way to experience a deeper, more passionate, persistent, and intimate prayer life. In Draw the Circle, through forty true, faith-building stories of God’s answers to prayer, daily scriptures and prayer prompts, Batterson inspires you to pray and keep praying like never before. Begin a lifetime of watching God work. Believe in the God who can do all things. Experience the power of bold prayer and even bolder faith in Draw the Circle. Register here.


Friday Moms Group
“No Other Gods: The Unrivaled Pursuit of Christ” by Kelly Minter

9:30-11:30 a.m., beginning January 11, 2019
Led by Holly Browning and Paula Thomas
13.2 Coffee Shop
Often, idols are obvious — money, power, fame. But subtler idols can sometimes take the form of sweet loved ones, Instagramable interiors, and busy seasons of ministry. If your heart is prioritizing any of those pursuits before God, they are taking up space meant for Him alone. This study will challenge women to evaluate the modern-day idols in our culture and embrace a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Jesus. Childcare available. Register here.

Register here for any of the Women’s Bible Studies. Should you have questions, please contact Susie Cobden at or 405-728-4711.