Women's Bible Studies
Whatever stage of life you’re in, a busy mom, married, single, single-again, or an empty-nester we’d love for you to experience new friendships, support, and care within our community.
New classes begin the week of January 12.
Click the link below to view other upcoming Women's Events.
Women's Bible Studies
Crossroads offers a variety of short-term groups for women of all ages. Groups meet weekly and a variety of topics and in-depth bible studies are offered. Advance registration is appreciated as it helps us prepare and plan so every woman has a great experience.
Women's Ministry Winter/Spring Groups
Women's groups begin the week of January 15. See below for a complete listing of groups, more information, and to register.
To learn more about a specific group, click on the group name below.
Childcare is provided for Wednesday morning classes at our Newburgh Campus, Thursday morning classes at our West Campus, and for Monday night Support Groups at both campuses. Space is limited and requires advance registration. Please call Lea at 812-518-1402 if you have questions.
Wednesday Morning Women's Groups at Newburgh Campus
One In A Million
Discerning the Voice of God
John, a 12-week study
Freedom in Christ
First Freedoms Group
Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted
Prophecy in the Book of Daniel
Just for Moms (Raising Kingdom Kids)
Esther: It's Tough Being A Woman
Wednesdays, January 15-April 15, 6:00-8:00 PM, room 205, Newburgh Campus
Esther: It's Tough Being a Woman by Beth Moore
Thursdays Noon hour
January 16, 12:00-1:00 PM, Conference room, Newburgh Campus
Trustworthy: A Study 1 & 2 Kings by Lysa TerKeurst
Women's Bible Studies
Women's Studies West Campus
Thursdays, 9:00-11:00 AM, beginning January 9
Crossroads offers a variety of short-term classes for women of all ages. At our West Campus, studies meet each Thursday. A variety of topics and in-depth bible studies are offered. Advanced registration is appreciated, it helps us prepare and plan so every woman has a great experience. Childcare is available with advanced registration.
Please note, You are responsible to obtain your own materials for the group you choose. The Vineyard will try to keep books on hand for most of the groups, you can reserve your copy by calling 812-479-8777.
Thursdays, 9:00-11:00 AM, Room 125, West Campus
This study is designed to open us up to God's Word, what he has to teach us, and how He wants us to use what He teaches us in our everyday lives. The four main themes of the 2019-2020 study are: Responding to God’s Grace—Pentateuch, 1 Samuel, 1 Kings, Luke, Epistles Honoring God—1 Kings, 1 Chronicles, Matthew, Luke Justice and the Prophets—Esther, Prophets, 1 Corinthians Many Faces of Wisdom—Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Gospels, James.
Amy Higgs and Angela Duncan will lead this class on a verse by verse study of the bible using the Standard Lesson Commentary 2019-2020 NIV as a guide.
Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story by Angie Smith
Thursdays, 9:00-11:00 AM, Room 118, West Campus
Seamless covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. Participants in this study will gain an overarching understanding of the fundamental layout and meaning of the Bible. Led by Susan Young.
You will need the Member book, Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story by Angie Smith. The Vineyard will try to keep copies on hand. You can reserve a copy by calling 812-479-8777 or you may purchase from your favorite vendor.
Marriage can be one of life’s greatest sources of joy. But it can also be a mysterious undertaking with many ups and downs. Making it work “til death you part” (or just to the end of the week) isn’t always easy. That’s why we’ve created marriage mentoring.
One of the most effective ways to grow is to connect your life with someone who is a little further down the road, who has been there, done that and weathered the storms. That’s exactly what marriage mentoring is all about.
Marriage mentoring is flexible. We recommend that you meet at least once per month for six months. Think of it as a double-date with a purpose. But once you are paired with a mentoring couple, you can chart your own course and determine a meeting schedule that is most helpful to you.
1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month
10:00 AM-Noon, Newburgh Campus, Upstairs Kitchenette.
For details, please contact Beth McClure.
Stamping & Cardmaking Groups
Afternoon Class- 4th Monday of each month, Newburgh Campus, Room 225
For details, contact Anita Vowell.
Not Forsaken by Louie Giglio
Tuesday, February 18, 6:30 PM, Atrium, Newburgh Campus
What do you think about when you think about God?
Your view of God is the most important thing about you. It informs everything about who we are and who we're becoming. It is vital we understand this; because if we have a flawed view of God, we'll have a flawed view of life.
What would it mean to us then if God's desire was to be nearer to us - not a coach or a King, a genie or a distant memory, but a Father - a perfect Father who never wants you to live a day without his blessing?
The Way I Heard It by Mike Rowe
Tuesday, March 24, 6:30 PM, Atrium, Newburgh Campus
Exective producer and host Mike Rowe presents a delightfully entertaining, seriously fascinating collection of his favorite episodes from America's #1 short-form podcast, The Way I Heart It, along with a host of personal memories, ruminations, and insights. It's a captivating must-read.
In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day by Mark Betterson
Tuesday, April 21, 6:30 PM, Atrium, Newburgh Campus
You will look back longingly on risks not taken, opportunities not seized, and dreams not pursued. Stop running away from what scares you most and start chasing the God-ordained opportunities that cross your path. In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day is inspired by one of the most obscure yet courageous acts recorded in Scripture, a blessed and audacious act that left no regrets: "Benaiah chased a lion down into a pit. Then, despite the snow and slippery ground, he caught the lion and killed it" (2 Samuel 23:20-21).
Hope in the Dark by Craig Groeschel
Tuesday, May 26, 6:30 PM, Atrium, Newburgh Campus
We want to know God, feel his presence, and trust that he hears our prayers, but in the midst of great pain, we may wonder if he really cares about us. Even when we have both hope and hurt, sometimes it's the hurt that shouts the loudest. Can God be good when life is not?
For details, contact Lea Deisher. If you plan to attend please contact Lea at 812-518-1402 or click the name above in blue to email.
Interested in being a mentor or having a mentor assigned to you? We are in need of women who desire to share SPIRITUAL companionship with other women in our church body, share your life and help another woman grow in her discipleship journey. Contact Ty Wigington at 812-449-1935 for more information.
Women's Support Groups
New support groups for Moms and Women on Monday evenings begin September 9. Click on the Register button at the bottom of the page to register for any of these groups.
Journey to Freedom
Mondays, 6:30 PM, Room 228, Newburgh Campus
Your start to a lifetime of hope, health and happiness.
You will need the book Journey to a Life of Significance by Scott Reall. Books will be available in class. Facilitator: Debbie Nichols and Susan Bohrnstedt.
This is a group for women only.
Mondays, 6:30 PM, Room 225, Newburgh Campus
Celebrating motherhood and sharing the everyday experiences that being a mother brings.
Are you an expecting, new, or seasoned mom and in need of support? Moms will encourage, motivate, empower you and so much more. This class meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. The devotion being used for this class is From Grouchy to Great: Finding Joy in the Journey of Motherhood by Ruth Schwenk. Facilitator: Takeska Peeple.
Mondays, 6:30 PM, Newburgh Campus
Making our house a home again. Homefront is a group of Christian mothers and wives of active duty military, family and veterans. We provide an understanding ear and caring heart that only those left at home can understand. Facilitator: Donna Burkdoll.