Walking With Purpose

2020 – 2021 Bible Study Sessions

Do you desire to grow in your Catholic faith? Would you like to connect with other women in our parish community? Are you searching for something more in your life? We invite you to consider joining Walking with Purpose, a women’s Catholic Bible study, this fall at St. Agnes.  Weekly group sessions are starting either October 20th on Tuesday evenings (7:30 – 9:00 PM) or October 22nd on Thursday mornings (9:45 – 11:15 AM).  This year we will be offering three studies with the option of meeting virtually or in person at St. Agnes School/Parish Hall.

Opening Your Heart, our foundational 21-lesson study, is designed for a woman new to WWP with or without any Bible study experience; come as you are to learn how the Scriptures apply to our everyday lives. Our second intermediate-level study, Keeping in Balance, takes us on a journey throughout Scripture as we discover the relevance of Old and New Testament wisdom to our daily challenges. In this 22-lesson study, we’ll explore Biblical ideas for managing life’s pace and pressure while living with calm and steadiness. Your lifestyle of health and holiness awaits.  Fearless and Free, an advanced 16-lesson study of the book of Ephesians, is designed to provide a firm foundation to stand on no matter what life throws our way. With an emphasis on healing and wholeness, this study is truly a personal and transformative study.

 The mission of Walking with Purpose is to help every Catholic woman and girl in America to open her heart to Jesus Christ. Interested in learning more?  To register, please complete our Google Form registration found at this link:  https://forms.gle/3QErDsUhUpNE5TbK9 – there is no fee to participate, but you will need to purchase your workbook at www.walkingwithpurpose.com.  All are welcome, so please invite a friend to join us!

Contact Sara Sullivan or Kelly Van Niman at [email protected] with any questions.  We hope to see you!

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