May 4-5, St. Meinrad Archabbey
Whether you are a busy mom, single, single-again, or empty-nester we’d love for you to experience new friendships, support, and care within our community for whatever stage of life you’re in.
New Classes begin the week of August 26, 2018. Registration begins August 1.
Friday and Saturday, May 4-5, 2018
St. Meinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad, Indiana
Come away from the demands of life with a women’s over night at St. Meinrad Archabbey in Southern Indiana. Renew Weekend is an opportunity for you to literally be transformed by the renewing of your mind (Romans 12:2) as we apply scripture to our lives in a personal and meaningful way. The schedule also allows a lot of free time to unwind, and be with the Lord and friends.
Cost for the overnight is $82 per person and includes your room and 3 meals, rooms are double occupancy. If you have a preference of roommate you can include that information on the registration. Transportation is not provided. Registration is limited to 36 participants.
Arrive at St. Meinrad after 4:00 PM. Please check-in at the main Guest Entrance. You will then drive to Bede Hall for our accommodations. Dinner will be promptly at 5:30 PM in the Guest Hall. First session will begin at 6:30 PM.
The overnight will end at 5:00 PM on Saturday, you have the option to attend Vespers at the Abbey at 5:00 PM and, for an additional fee of $8, Dinner at 5:30 PM. Advanced notice is required for dinner on Saturday, so you will be be given the choice to reserve your space when you register.
The Abbey offers extensive grounds, 2 gift shops, coffee and tea, a large exercise room, frisbee golf course, and many places to explore and hide away with the Lord. Please bring clothes to enjoy the outdoors, or to be comfy inside.
If you have questions, contact Lea Deisher at 812-518-1402.
Women's Spring Study
Inner Healing Prayer
Inner Healing Prayer
Wednesdays, April 25 - May 23, Room 225-226, Newburgh Campus
This Class is an opportunity to shed the burdens of life that keep us from intimacy with the Lord. Through Bible study and working through different types of prayer tools, this class will bring you in to a closer intimacy with the Lord and enable you to more confidently hear His voice. It will also equip you to help others into the same deeper relationship with the Lord. Led by Emily Linge.
There is no book required for this class, a manual is provided. The class will meet in room 225-226 each week.
Please register in advance so we can plan and prepare.
Women's Bible Studies
Crossroads offers a variety of short-term classes for women of all ages. Studies meet weekly and a variety of topics and in-depth bible studies are offered. Advanced Registration is appreciated, it helps us to prepare and plan so that every woman has a great experience.
Childcare is provided for Monday evening and Wednesday morning classes at Crossroads Newburgh campus. Childcare for Wednesday morning classes is limited and requires advanced registration. Please call Lea at 812-518-1402 with any questions.
Books are needed for both Sunday morning studies listed below. Most books will be available through The Vineyard if you'd like to purchase locally.
Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin
Sundays, April 8-May 20, 9:00 AM, Room 201, Newburgh Campus
This book offers a clear and concise plan to help women go deeper in their study of Scripture, and will equip you to engage God’s Word in a way that trains your mind and transforms your heart. Leaders: Monica Ramirez and Mary Beckworth. You will need the book Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin.
Finding God in the Margins by Carolyn Custis James
Sundays, June 10-August 19, 9:00 AM, Room 201, Newburgh Campus
In Finding God in the Margins, Carolyn Custis James reveals how the book of Ruth is about God, the questions that surface when life falls apart, and how God reaches into the margins and chooses two marginalized women who, in the eyes of the patriarchal culture, are zeros.
Against the backdrop of disturbing issues in today's world, this bracing narrative puts on display a radical gospel way of living together as human beings that shouts the Kingdom of God, foreshadows Jesus' gospel, and raises the bar for men and women, then and now.
James: Mercy Triumphs by Beth Moore
Tuesdays; June 12-July 31, 6:30 PM, Room 203, Newburgh Campus
Bible scholars compare James to the prophet Amos. In other ways James more closely resembles the Book of Proverbs than any New Testament book. Come along with Beth Moore on a journey to get to know both the man and the Book of James. You will never be the same again. This study, led by Lisa Hodges will meet 6:30-8:00 PM. You will need the book James: Mercy Triumphs by Beth Moore for this class. If you would like to buy local, The Vineyard usually has copies on hand; please call 812-479-8777. Child care will not be available for this class.
Hosea by Jennifer Rothschild
Thursdays; July 12-August 23, 6:30 PM, Room 207, Newburgh Campus
Discover the God who cherishes you. The love story between the prophet Hosea and his unlikely bride, Gomer, is also our love story. When we are looking for identity, God calls us His Own. When we feel enslaved, God frees us. When we wander away, God brings us home. No matter where you are, God sees who you are and loves you faithfully. Join us for this 7-week study on God’s unfailing love that changes everything. Please purchase your book before the first day of class. The Vineyard will try to keep books on hand, you can check at 812-479-8777 or click here to purchase through Amazon.
Child care will be available but registration is required.
Registration will open June 1 for this class.
Wednesday Mornings 2018-2019
New semester classes, to begin August 29, 2018, 9:00-11:00 AM, Newburgh Campus
Women's Bible Studies
Women's Studies at Crossroads West Campus
Thursdays, January 18-May 3, 9:00 AM
Childcare available with advanced registration.
Thursdays, 9:00-11:00 AM, Worship Center, Crossroads West Campus
Prayer is not a privilege for the pious, not the art of a chosen few. Prayer is simply a heartfelt conversation between God and His child. My child, He wants to talk with you. Even now, as you read these words, He taps at the door. Open it, welcome Him in.
Join Max Lucado on a journey that will help you experience a heart connection with God instead of settling for a prayer wish list for God, calm the chaos of your world by embracing a prayer life that brings peace and rest, gain assurance by trading prayer uncertanties for the power of a plan built on biblical prayers and overcome disappointment from unanswered prayers and trust that God hears you. Led by Julie Volkman.
Participants will need the book Before Amen (not the study guide). Julie will have books available the first day of class.
Present Over Perfect and Dance, Stand, Run
Thursdays, 9:00-11:00 AM, room 118, Crossroads West Campus
Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist
Present Over Perfect is an invitation to a journey that changed my life. I’ll walk this path with you, a path away from frantic pushing and proving, and toward your essential self, the one you were created to be before you began proving and earning for your worth. Written in Shauna’s warm and vulnerable style, this collection of essays focuses on the most important transformation in her life, and maybe yours too: leaving behind busyness and frantic living and rediscovering the person you were made to be. Present Over Perfect is a hand reaching out, pulling you free from the constant pressure to perform faster, push harder, and produce more, all while maintaining an exhausting image of perfection. Shauna offers an honest account of what led her to begin this journey, and a compelling vision for an entirely new way to live: soaked in grace, rest, silence, simplicity, prayer, and connection with the people that matter most to us. In these pages, you’ll be invited to consider the landscape of your own life, and what it might look like to leave behind the pressure to be perfect and begin the life-changing practice of simply being present, in the middle of the mess and the ordinariness of life. Led by Susan Young. You will need the hardcover book Present Over Perfect (not the study guide) for this class.
Dance, Stand, Run: The God-Inspired Moves of a Woman On Holy Ground by Jess Connolly
Grace is always good news. But it's not cheap—true grace compels us to change. That’s where holiness comes in. Beloved writer and speaker, Jess Connolly will be the first to admit that not long ago, like many women, she grasped grace but she had forgotten holiness. Dance, Stand, Run charts her discovery that holiness was never meant to be a shaming reminder of what we “should” be doing, but rather a profound privilege of becoming more like Christ. That’s when we start to change the world, rather than being changed by it. Dance, Stand, Run is an invitation to the daughters of God to step into the movements of abundant life: dancing in grace, standing firm in holiness, and running on mission. Through story and study, Jess casts a fresh vision for how to live into your identity as a holy daughter of God, how to break free of cheap grace and empty rule-keeping, and finally, how to live out your holy influence with confidence before a watching world. Spoiler alert: it’s a beautiful thing. For anyone longing to take their place in what God is doing in the world, Dance, Stand, Run will rally your strength, refresh your purpose, and energize your faith in a God who calls us to be like Him. You will need the book Dance, Stand, Run (not the study guide).
Women's Precept Study
Tuesdays, Beginning February 13, 9:00 AM, Room 225, Newburgh Campus
Brenda Mounts will lead this in depth study of Galatians (ESV).
Ladies are welcome to join at any time. Advance registration is requested.
You will need to order your book directly from Precept Ministries, Galatians by Precept Ministries International, ESV version. Click on Galatians above to go to web site to purchase the book you need.
If you have questions, call Lea at 812.518.1402 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 PM
Newburgh Campus, Resource Center
The book club will will discuss the book Sensible Shoes: A Story about the Spiritual Journey by Sharon Garlough Brown.
Tuesday, June 5, 6:30 PM
Newburgh Campus, Resource Center
The book club will discuss the book Love Lives Here by Maria Goff.
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. We are a very small group of ladies and sometimes will change the date of the discussion if someone is not able to attend.
Daughters in Prayer
Meets the first Sunday of every month at 10:30 AM in Room 203.
Join this group of praying ladies each month as they gather to pray for our women’s ministry, our church, and their own personal prayer concerns. For details, contact Margaret Haire.
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.
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