Women's Bible Study

February 19th thru April 24th


Experience fresh connections to contemporary worship and devotional practices in this eight-session video-based study of Psalms with Bible scholar Sandra Richter.


The book of Psalms is well-known and well-worn.  It is the Old Testament book most often quoted in the New Testament, and its quotations can be found everywhere from John Milton to Star Trek to Congressional speeches.  Why so much attention?  The Church Father Athanasius said it best—most of Scripture speaks to us, but the Book of Psalms speaks for us.  Join us for this study over 10 weeks beginning February19th and concluding the week of April 22nd.  Find the group that's right for you, and sign-up below. 

Questions?  Please contact Jordan Ware.



Groups begin the week of February 19th and run for 10 weeks, skipping 1 week in the middle for Holy Week. Groups will finish the week of April 22nd.

Mondays at 9am

When: 9:00-11:00am

Where: Grace Anglican Church

Led by: Jennifer Hoffman & Larissa Lisk

Childcare not available

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Mondays at 6:30pm

When: 6:30-8:30pm

Where: Grace Anglican Church

Led by: Jordan Ware & Deb Dunn

Childcare provided

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Wednesdays at 9:30am

When: 9:30-11:30am

Where: Liz Green’s home in Winchester

Led by: Liz Green

Childcare provided

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Women's Retreat

February 9-11, 2024

*Registration has closed. 

The retreat begins with dinner Friday evening

and ends Sunday around noon. We will see you there!


Dr. Cyndi Parker will broaden our view of The Land of the Bible. When we read the Bible we often look for dynamic characters and dramatic events, but we forget to examine one significant character: 

The Land. 

Rocks, soil, and water determine a person's profession. The texture of the land with the hills and valleys determine where the major and minor roads go and if people have easy access to international communities (and therefore wealth!). Prophets and psalmists used the visuals in the natural world to communicate theological ideas. Jesus determined where he would live based on geography, and he used the natural world to teach the crowds.


During this retreat we will use pictures, videos, and maps to become familiar with this important character of the Bible. Then when we return to the text we will find that the black and white, two-dimensional text will come alive in living color.



Meet our Retreat Speaker, Dr. Cyndi Parker

Dr. Cyndi Parker holds a Ph.D. in Theological and Religious Studies from the University of Gloucestershire, and teaches in churches and universities around the world. She is the creator of Narrative of Place, the host of the Context Matters podcast, and the Director of Education and Conversation at Resurrection Philadelphia. At the core of many of her projects is the desire to help people learn to read the Land of the Bible. Cyndi lived in Jerusalem for five years, and she continues to develop innovative educational trips to Israel, seeking to inspire students of all ages through experiential education. Her research interests include biblical views of Place, Biblical History and Geography, and the correlation between Theology and Ecology. Find out more about Dr. Parker here: narrativeofplace.com

Women's Ministry

We believe we grow best in community and would love to help you connect with other women in our church who are seeking to love the Lord, love His people and follow Christ faithfully in our daily lives.


Questions? Please contact
Jordan Ware or Larissa Lisk.

We'd love to hear from you!