Interdenominational Bible Studies for Women Kicks Off March 20

A kick-off event was held for the Inter-denominational Bible Studies for Women group at the Liberty Grove Town Hall on Feb. 29.

On Feb. 29, a kick-off was held to launch Door County’s Interdenominational Bible Studies for Women. Leadership from six area churches formed the core committee. Sue Gunderson, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church of Baileys Harbor was the emcee, the Threshold Singers sang, and local author Dee Brestin spoke, explaining the desire and plan for interdenominational Bible studies. “There is a richness in women of different denominations or no denomination at all coming together to study the Bible, to talk about deeper issues, and to learn to genuinely care for one another,” said Brestin.

Studies begin March 20 and meet from 1 to 3 pm in various homes, and run for seven weeks. Two choices will be offered, beginning with guides by Brestin, but studies by varied authors will be offered in the future. The first two are: Examining the Claims of Christ and A Woman of Worship.

To sign-up, email [email protected] and give your name, the study you prefer, phone number and address. Guides can be ordered from or picked up at Nelson’s Hardware in Fish Creek.