CPC Women - Summer 2022

Although our programs break for summer, there are many wonderful Bible studies you can choose to do informally with others. Here are some great options for you to consider:

  • Partner with a friend and host a group together.
  • Meet in backyards, at coffee shops, at the park, etc.
  • Rotate facilitators and meeting locations.
  • Set the schedule that works for you and your group (for example, spread the meetings throughout the summer and skip the weeks you're out of town).

Six Week In-Person Class led by Melinda Gross // CPC Room 200
Thursday mornings, 9:30-11:00am, June 23-August 4 (no class July 7)
Register here

NEW! Mothers Together PM. Save the dates:
Thursday, June 30 / 7-8:30pm / Place TBD
Thursday, July 28 / 7-8:30pm / Place TBD 

Summer Study Options:

Find your People by Jennie Allen
Chapter Book: twelve chapters in 3 parts
We suggest 6 or 7 meetings depending on how you want to divide the chapters
Study Guide: 7 session book paired with videos (RightNow Media)
Click here for the book

Live No Lies by John Mark Comer
Chapter Book: ten chapters divided in 3 parts
We suggest 5 meetings discussing 2 chapters each time
Study Guide: 4 session book paired with streaming videos
Click here for the book
Click here for the study guide

Undistracted by Bob Goff
Chapter Book: nineteen short chapters (approx. 10 pages each)
We suggest dividing the book up into chunks based on the number of meetings you'd like to have.
Click here for the book

Extraordinary Prayer by Marybeth McCulllum
Nine session book with videos available on YouTube
Discussion Guide Questions included at the end of each session
Each session focuses on a different person/ set of prayers in Scripture
Click here for the book
Click here to access the videos

Women of the Word: The Family Tree of Jesus by Marybeth McCullum
Nine session workbook focusing on different women in Jesus' family tree
Each section includes connections between the Old and New Testaments
Click here for the book