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New Harbor Women’s 2017 Fall Studies


Women’s Bible Study:  Becoming a Woman of Simplicity

Thursday evenings, 7-8:45 pm

September 7th – November 30th

Led by Jennifer Patchin & Katie Hansen

@ home of Amy Brammeier (325 Foulkstone Way, Glen Cove, Vallejo)

Study Book:  Becoming a Woman of Simplicity by Cynthia Heald

Books can be ordered online on Amazon

 Discover the secret of finding peace in a chaotic, multi-tasking, energy draining world.  Becoming a Woman of Simplicity delves into Scripture and offers practical, real-life counsel so you can experience the freedom necessary to live with the quiet confidence God intended.

To participate in this study or for more information, contact Jennifer Patchin (707 980-2371 or jenniferpatchinm68@gmail.com) or Katie Hansen (916 847-7037 or katie117@gmail.com)


Women’s Bible Study:  The Book of 1st John

Monday evenings, 6-8 pm

September 11th – December 11th

Hosted by Tracy McCrary

@ 7109 Majestic Court, Vallejo

Study book provided.  Cost: $8.50

 The Book of 1 John is a book of love and joy. It explains the fellowship we have with others and with Jesus Christ. It differentiates between happiness, which is temporary and fleeting, and true joy, which 1 John tells us how to achieve. If we take the words written by John and we apply them to our daily lives, the true love, commitment, fellowship, and joy we long for will be ours.

To participate in this study or for more information, contact Tracy McCrary (707 853-0532 or tracymccrary@ymail.com)


Women’s Bible Study:  The Forgiveness of Jesus

Thursday Mornings, 9-11 am

September 14th  – December 14th   

Led by Susan von Emster

@ New Harbor Church

Study book provided.  Cost: $8

In this 6-session video bible study we will take a fresh look at forgiveness as seen in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.  Matt Williams provides new insight into the first century context of the New Testament and the importance of forgiveness still in our lives today.  Historical and cultural background is combined with encouraging and challenging applications of forgiveness both in accepting it and in extending it to others.

To participate in this study or for more information, contact Susan von Emster (707 731-0576 or vonemsters@comcast.net)