Seasonal Studies

Seasonal Studies

A seasonal study is one of several “Grow in a Group” options at Ingleside. These groups are best described as biblical studies focused on a specific topic occurring over a specific timeframe.  They are open to all participants—but most beneficial when attended each week from start to finish. Seasonal studies typically launch in January and August.

*Study materials are available for purchase at the Ingleside Bookstore.
For more information, contact the Discipleship Ministry office.

Sunday Afternoons

CO-ED: DivorceCare is a 13-week study that offers a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone.  We will focus on how to face the challenges that divorce and separation can bring and help you move toward rebuilding your life. You’ll have the opportunity to talk about your experiences, learn helpful, practical information that will help you move forward, and you’ll become part of a family. It's more than a support group.  It’s a group with a focus on moving toward rebuilding your life. Join us as we connect to discover hope for the future. You can purchase all the needed materials in the Ingleside Bookstore. This study is offered semi-annually, beginning in February and August.
Sundays, beginning August 7* (join anytime)
Led by Roy and Cynthia Peterson
5:00 p.m. | W-103

Tuesdays


WOMEN: This study meets together to study God's word and grow in fellowship and is taught by Jana Abbott. No registration or prepurchased materials are needed.
Tuesdays, (join anytime)
Taught by Jana Abbott

2:00 p.m. | W-107

Wednesday Evenings


This four-week study will focus on the life of Old Testament King, David, and his relationship with God. Look back at what made this man, "a man after God's own heart."
Wednesdays, beginning November 2 (join anytime)
Led by David Fortson
 6:30 p.m. | W-205
You can register here for this study.


CO-ED: This 13-week virtual study offers a support group to those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Groups meet weekly to help you face challenges that you may have never faced before, and look towards hope for the future. We will focus on how to navigate through the loss of a family member or friend. You may feel like no one understands what you are going through. GriefShare is a wonderful, safe space to not only share your pain but to face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. You’ll discover people who can empathize with your pain, you’ll learn helpful practical information that will help you move forward, you’ll begin to find healing, and you’ll become part of a family. This study is offered semi-annually, beginning in February and August.
Wednesdays, beginning August 3* (join anytime)
Led by Pam Godfrey and Sue Marks
 6:15 p.m. | W-109
You can register here for this study.



WOMEN:
This group is for Bible study, prayer, and accountability. Women striving to study God's word, pray with sincerity, seek transformation, pursue genuine fellowship, promote peace with everyone, and make the most of our weekly time together. It is for women of all ages to learn what it looks like to strive biblically and not according to the standards of the world. 
Wednesdays beginning August 10 (join anytime)
Led by Katie Judah and Cassie Nalls
6:15 p.m. | W-104
You can register for this study here.


MEN: This six-session study focuses on Jesus and his teaching through the parables. His parables not only form (or reform) who we are, they reveal more about God than we ever thought possible. They provide the hope we’re looking for, speaking above all the other noise we may be experiencing. Gain a clearer understanding of why Jesus taught the way He did, see Jesus’ heart and compassion through some of the most memorable and best-loved teachings in Scripture, and peel back the layers of your own heart to discover what’s truly important to you.
Wednesdays beginning October 5* (join anytime)
Led by 
David Musolf and William Ethridge
6:30 p.m. | W-107
You can register for this study here.


Thursday Mornings for WomeN

New studies will begin in January.