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Small Groups at Woodmont

Women's Groups

• Christian Women’s Fellowship (CWF) – Join other women for fun, fellowship, supportive & encouraging friendships, inspiring programs and service opportunities. Daytime and evening meetings available. Contact Mary Hawkins,

• Women’s Bible Study – Delve into Bible and topical studies in a supportive group for women. Childcare provided. First and third Tuesdays of each month at 9:30. Room 200. Contact Martha Galyon,

• Women’s Prayer Group – Meet weekly with other women to lift up those in our congregation in need of prayer. Tuesdays at 9 am. Campbell Stone room.
Contact Sarah Peay, 615-370-8037

 

Men's Groups

• Geezers Group – Study various books on spirituality and develop friendships in this group for older men. Mondays at 4 pm, Boardroom. Contact Roy Stauffer,

• Wednesday Bible Study (Older Men) - Examine the books of the Bible, connect with other mature men for ecumenical friendship, discussion, and a donut and sausage biscuit breakfast. Wednesdays at 7 am. Room 105. Contact John Henderson,

• Wednesday Men’s Small Group – Discuss a variety of contemporary issues, books, and articles on Christian faith over sausage biscuits and coffee. Wednesdays – 6:15 am. Room 100 Contact Roy Stauffer,

• Wednesday Men’s Small Group (Younger Men) – Join other men in an ongoing conversation about living out your faith daily. Wednesdays at 7 am. Board room.
Contact Clay Stauffer,

 

Interest, Service, and Support Groups

• Divorce Care - Our next 13 week series begins Wednesday, September 6, 2017. Divorce, separation and relationship crisis brings about a complex set of emotions such as depression, anxiety, fear, anger, grief, loneliness and more. Our doors are open to lead you through a healing process offering education, recovery, and peer support. We provide a safe, confidential and healing environment and look forward to meeting you. Wednesdays 6:15-7:45 pm. Bay Room. Register at https://www.divorcecare.org/groups/82812

• Fellowship Groups - Be part of a lunch or dinner fellowship group! These are a great way to make new friends at church and get to know people. Contact Anne-Marie Farmer,

• GEMS (Greet, Eat, Meet, Socialize) – Enjoy lunch and an interesting program on a wide range of topics while making new friends. Fourth Tuesday of each month at noon. Room 105. Contact Dara Howe,

• Grief Support Group – Find companionship and support from others who are facing grief and loss of any kind. Contact Faye Tevebaugh,

• Heavenly Helpers – Offer a helping hand to church members and neighbors in need of assistance. Contact Susan Batson,

• Hiking Group – Enjoy God’s splendid creation with other Woodmont members as we find exercise, fresh air, and great conversation. Contact Cyril Stewart,

• Life in the Balance – Make new friends, seek spiritual growth, and discuss the challenges of modern family life in this small group for parents of preschool and elementary aged children. Sundays at 10:45. Room 100. Contact Anne-Marie Farmer,

• Sit & Stitch – Enjoy lively conversation and fun while working on your latest needlework project. Beginners and learners welcome. Second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 10 am. Gathering Hall. Contact Jeanie Taylor,

• Traveling Woodmont – Seek adventure and new experiences on fun day trips around Nashville, as well as longer out of town travel. Contact Betty Williams, or Jane Dyer,

• Visitation Group – Visit and uplift those who are home-bound or convalescing. This group meets for lunch and visitation assignments the third Monday of each month, September – May, at 11:30 a.m. Room 105. Contact Liz Anne Allen,

• Waiting in Hope – Join a supportive and understanding small group for women struggling with infertility, miscarriage, adoption, or prolonged “waiting.” Contact Julie Mangus, or Sara Kate Hooper

• WCC Book Club – Join in great discussions of current and classic books. Third Tuesday of each month at 10:30. Contact Wilson Wattenbarger,

• Young Adults Ministry – Meet other young adults and enjoy fun activities and service opportunities. Contact Thom Shuyler,