Tuesdays, January 10 - April 4
Tuesday Morning Opening 8:45 am:  
coffee, social time, music, devotion, and prayer
Tuesday Morning Studies:  9:30 to 11:30 am  
Tuesday Evening Studies:  6:30 to 8:30 pm


All studies are $15 for the semester and include book or materials.
Registration opens December 13.
See below for study descriptions.
Please register no later than Jan 8 to guarantee you have a book for the first day of class.


Childcare birth up to age 5 is free but registration for childcare is required.  We cannot accept walk-ins for childcare.  


Coffee/fellowship and childcare drop off begins 8:45.  Studies begin 9:30.
WHAT'S SO AMAZING ABOUT GRACE? by Philip Yancey     |     Led by Carole Capen                                      
We speak of grace, but do we understand it?  More importantly, do we truly believe it and do our lives proclaim it as powerfully as our words?  In What's So Amazing About Grace, author Philip Yancey explores grace at a street level. If grace is God's love for the undeserving, he asks, then what does it look like in action?  And if Christians are its sole dispensers, then how are we doing at lavishing grace on a cruel and pain-filled world?  
DAVID:  DEVELOPING A HEART FOR GOD    |     Led by  Bev Bushelman
In this Bible study, we will look at David, the servant and the leader, the sinner and the redeemed, the man and the instrument of God's creative purposes.  As you explore David's tumultuous story, you will discover what it means to have a passionate heart for God.
PROVERBS     |     Led by Carol Kettenhofen 
The Book of Proverbs contains numerous concise statements, lesson, and instructions.  As we pour over the pages, we will discover living words of wisdom on an array of topics. Our study will take us to scriptures in the Old and New Testaments. Each week, we will focus on Biblical text and extract application points we can use in our daily lives. There is a study guide with weekly homework. Class time consists of teaching, small group discussion, laughter, love, and prayer time.
THE ATTENTIVE LIFE by Leighton Ford    |     Led by Marilyn Young                                      
This class will rely on the book The Attentive Life by Leighton Ford (Discovering God's Presence in All Things). Each of us is called to a life patterned after Jesus Christ. This life isn't shaped by inner compulsions or outside expectations; instead, it is drawn by the inside voice of love. To listen to this voice, we need to pay attention to where our inner and outer selves are disconnected, so as to develop a new pattern that reflects the life of Christ both in our inner being and our ministering to others.
WHAT CHRISTIANS BELIEVE     |     Led by CFC Pastors  Rob Pendley and John Stone                                       
Theology is for doxology and devotion—that is, the praise of God and the practice of godliness. Theology is important for the Christian life. And though it is marked by many complex terms and doctrines, there is yet the permanent essentials of Christianity. This concise introduction to these essential doctrines distills theological truths so folks new to the faith (and veterans!) can grow to treasure the unchanging pillars of the Christian faith. 


There is no childcare available for evening studies.  Line & Life of Christ study is held off campus.
HUMBLE ROOTS by Hannah Anderson    |     Led by Heather Schultz  
Hannah Anderson's book Humble Roots is part theology of incarnation and part stroll through the fields and forest. Anchored in the teaching of Jesus, Anderson explores how cultivating humility - not scheduling, strict boundaries, or increased productivity - leads to peace. "Come unto me, all who labor and are heavy laden," Jesus invites us, "and you will find rest for your souls." So come join us at CFC on Tuesday evenings to learn humility from the one who is humility Himself.
WOMEN IN THE LINE & LIFE OF CHRIST     |     Led by Veralyn Adams  - Off Campus  6:30 pm  
In this study we will examine the lives of several Biblical women who in various ways were connected to Christ. We can relate to these women because they knew what it meant to struggle with the burdens of life. The Bible shows us that through the power of God, ordinary women, like these featured in our study, can live extra-ordinary lives. By looking deeply into their stories, we can learn how to grow in strength and grace no matter what our circumstances might be.  We meet off campus at the home of Lisa Wood, northeast area of Tucson.  The address will be provided after you register.


Loving MOMS class offers a separate Bible Study within their Loving MOMS program, open to all women, not just moms.  It runs for both Fall and Winter semesters.  If you are interested in jumping in for the second half of the study, which begins January 10, please email Debbie Graves directly.  


Our hospitality team arrives earlier on Tuesday and Thursday mornings to help set up the coffee and food, as well as clean up after.  We are looking for more smiling and cheerful people to help with this.  Please email Debbie Graves if interested.  


We close out the Fall semester of studies with our fun Christmas Brunch on December 13 at 9:30 am.  Women taking the Tuesday evening study are welcome to join us for the brunch, we'd love to have you.


Women's Ministry provides opportunities during the year to serve others, such as Cookie Deployment, Dress A Girl, City Serve, or collecting clothes and toys for local women and children in need.   Click here to learn more.