Fri Mar 4, 6:30-9pm
Celebrating Who We Are as Women in the 21st Century: A biblical and Christian perspective presented by Dr. Jennifer McNutt, author and professor at Wheaton College
Please RSVP here, and bring a friend or two!
We are a community that strives to encourage women. We offer women many opportunities to grow in their faith as well as discover supportive relationships with other women. There is a wide range of ages and life experiences among the women who attend.
Women’s Break Bible study meets every Tuesday, September to May. Morning Break is 9-11:15 am and Evening Break is 6:45-8:30 pm. Newcomers are always welcome.
We study the Word of God together and pray for each other.
We meet in the Common Grounds room on the north side of the main church facility. (Enter the double glass doors at the four step stairwell at the north front entrance. There is also a handicap ramp at this entrance as well.) Childcare is provided
A group meets monthly on a Friday night in the Common Grounds Room (7 pm to 10pm.) This is a chance for women to bring any desired project, such as scrapbooking or a knitting project. It’s a great way to work on a project while enjoying the company of other women. Contact Donna for more information.
Fri Mar 4, 6:30-9pm
Tuesdays at Morning Break (9am) and Evening Break (7pm) an energetic group of women connect for friendship, support and practical lessons from the Bible. Each week, over ninety women gather in the Common Grounds Room at Bloomingdale Church, led by Marina Riemenschneider, former public school teacher and veteran instructor of children and adult groups.
This fall, the women are studying the New Testament book of James, a short and sweet book of five chapters packed with practical insights for women. The Morning Break and Evening Break gatherings are open groups that are welcoming newcomers continually. If you want to study the Bible in a caring, friendly environment, please come. (Enter via the front north double doors.) There is child care available in the Morning Break group.
Monday Night Men’s groups meet every Monday night. A men basketball and study group led by Brent Steinke meets in the gymnasium at 7pm every Monday. The 7:30pm group meets in the Coffeehouse. This fall, the 7:30pm group will be viewing a short video segment from Andy Stanley’ entitled “Follow.” A group discussion led by Pastor David follows. For both groups enter the lower level south doors at the sign marked (Gym & Coffeehouse.)
Women’s Break is every Tuesday, beginning September 15th.
Light breakfast served & childcare provided
Common Grounds – Bloomingdale Church
Common Grounds- Bloomingdale Church
Enter northeast doors at the front stairwell.
What women are saying about Women’s Break Bible Study…
“In the midst of my busiest seasons of life, I set aside Tuesday nights to learn God’s Word with women of many ages, stages and backgrounds. It has become a priority in my life and I so glad I made that choice.” Monica, full-time working mom of pre-schooler & toddler
“I love Tuesday Women’s Break because it is a wonderful time to be refreshed and enjoy some genuine friendship after long days at work, and taking care of my kids. It is a great place to get to know the women of BC as we study His Word and share life together.” Stacey, full-time working mom of kindergartner & pre-schooler
“Tuesday Women’s Break is my time to connect with other women and be refreshed and encouraged in my life as I learn from the Bible.” Deb, part-time working mom of grade-schooler & college student
“Women’s Break is the weekly opportunity to stop the craziness of everyday life and let me totally focus on God’s Word with other women” Kim, mom of high school & college students.
“Sometimes it is hard to do life alone. I love Women’s Break Bible Study as it connects me with women and His Word.” Career single woman
“Bible Study has brought me continued growth in the application of God’s Word. I need it. The women have showed me so much love and joy in their lives.” Recent empty nester
I hope you can join us and give yourself a morning or evening break in your week. Still not sure, how about trying it for a couple of weeks and then decide? Marina Riemenschneider, Bible study teacher
Neta Jackson, best know for her popular fiction series, The Yada Yada Prayer Group, will speak at Bloomingdale Church for a special event for women on Friday, March 20. Neta is the author of novels inspired by a real women’s group that, as Neta says, “God has used to turn my life upside down and rightside up.” Her friend, Pam Sullivan Harvey, former director of a non-profit, faith-based service agency in Chicago, will also be speaking. These two women have been co-leaders of a weekly women’s group for 15 years and they have been speaking at women’s events around the country for 7 years.
Fri Mar 20, 7-9pm
Common Grounds room