Women's Bible Studies
Registration for all Fall Bible Studies except the Fall Short Study and the Romans Online Track is now closed. However, we do have limited spots open in select studies.
To learn more, email Staci Poston at email@example.com.
Additional Women's Opportunities
Health and Safety Protocol for Fall 2020 Bible Studies
We are so excited to have the opportunity to come together in September for our Women’s Bible Studies. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our Bible studies will look a little different this year. We will be offering in person and Zoom formats. Some studies will have live teaching and some will have teaching distributed by video. Based on our governor’s mandates, we will be unable to meet in groups larger than 10 people, unless meeting outside.
Regardless of what this fall looks like, the key word for this year is “flexibility.” Please know that we are working hard to bring women together in the safest environment possible. As we are able to increase group sizes, we will do that. It is our hope that by January, we can be together in larger groups.
Important Information about Health and Safety:
- We strongly encourage you to wear a mask when entering and exiting the building, walking in the hallways and in the classroom space. We will be sharing building space with Covenant Day School and we want to make sure we are partnering well with them as they strive to protect their students from illness.
- We will be adhering to social distancing with individuals sitting six feet apart from one another inside the classroom space.
- We will be adhering to all the recommendations in place by the CDC and the state of North Carolina.
Please plan to study remotely with us if:
- You are sick, have a fever, or not feeling well.
- You are not comfortable attending in person due to vulnerable family members or mask wearing.
- You or a member of your household has tested positive for Covid-19, has been tested and is waiting for results, or has been directly exposed to Covid-19 within the last 14 days.
Please keep in mind, the Governor’s three W’s: wear a mask, wait six feet apart, and wash your hands with soap frequently for 20 seconds.
We are all looking forward to the day when we can dispose of our masks, make a quilt out of them, give them to our children to use as doll hammocks, put them in the back of our closets etc… However, for now, as long as we are under the order to wear them we would ask that for the health of others and as a courtesy to others that we make every effort to wear them.