We believe that powerful things happen when women get together to pray, study and encourage one another as part of abiding in Jesus. The following are the various study groups we are excited to be offering this Fall.

If you’re unable to attend a group in-person and are looking for an online option, please feel free to email Deb, a member of our Mosaic Discipleship team, and we’ll work with you! We’re also offering several women-focused Support & Recovery Groups this fall.


The Book of Ezekiel: A Women of the Word Study

Starts: Wednesday, August 26th

Meets: Wednesdays at 9:30 – 11:30am (English)

Location: Mosaic Church

Leaders: Carmen Leoncini, Joanne Zeise, & Pilar Castrillo (Español)

Ezekiel spoke to a people forced from their home because they had broken faith with God. Appointed by God as His spokesman, Ezekiel defended his reputation as a holy God, reminding his community who they had left. The primary purpose of Ezekiel’s message was to restore God’s glory before Israel, who had rejected him in front of the watching nations.

Learn a little more about the book of Ezekiel. 



The Book of James

Starts: Friday, September 11th

Meets: Fridays at 10:00am

Location: Mosaic Church

Leaders: Debi Carleton, Eileen Strickland

This letter was written by James, the brother of Jesus (Matt. 13:55) and leader of the Jerusalem church (Acts 15). James’s readers were suffering persecution and living in poverty. They were in social and spiritual conflict. Many believers were living in a worldly manner. James corrects them and challenges them to seek God’s wisdom to work out these problems, calling them to live out their faith. This book reminds us the power of being doers, not just hearers, of God’s Word.

Learn a little more about the book of James.



Mujeres de la Biblia

Empieza: 3 de Septiembre

Día de la Semana: Jueves a las 7:30 p.m.

Ubicación: Mosaic Church

Líder: Pilar Castrillo



The Book of I Timothy 

Starts: Thursday, September 10th

Meets: Thursday Mornings

Location: Mosaic Church

Leader: Retha Jahangir

The apostle Paul probably wrote this letter to Timothy in the mid-60s A.D., during a mission trip not recorded in Scripture. This trip took place after the events described in Acts, between Paul’s first and final Roman imprisonments. He wrote to Timothy to advise him about issues in the church in Ephesus—mainly regarding false teachers. False teachings apparently involved incorrect assumptions about the law and not allowing marriage and certain foods. Paul’s real concern is with the results of the false teaching and what can happen when theories are taught over solid truth, leading to arrogance and greed. Paul focuses on the fact that true Christianity is shown in lifestyles shaped by the gospel. Those whose lives are not shaped by the gospel have turned away from the faith. The letter’s theme is that the gospel leads to practical, visible change in believers’ lives. The true gospel, in contrast to false teaching, must and will always lead to godliness.

Learn a little more about the book of 1 Timothy.



The Book of Hebrews: A Dine & Discover Study

Starts: TBD

Meets: Wednesday Nights

Location: Downtown (Historic) Winter Garden | Restaurant TBD

Leader: DoLores McGrath

What is the Dine & Discover bit about? 

In this group we meet over something wonderful and community-building: food! Join us as we break bread and discuss what we learn throughout this study.

The Book of Hebrews

While the author of Hebrews is unknown, he seemed to know Timothy—Paul’s disciple and coworker. Historians and theologians believe he wrote this letter primarily to Jewish and Gentile Christians (whom he knew well) who previously had been drawn to the Jewish religion, drawing upon the wonder and detail of God’s plan from creation to redeem all things and bring people back to Him. He reminds his readers that Jesus Christ is greater than any angel, priest, or old covenant practice and we must not forsake the great salvation that Jesus has brought about. In that, Hebrews reminds us that we must hold on by faith to the true rest found in Christ and encourage others in the church to do the same.

Learn a little more about the book of Hebrews.



Kingdom Woman: A Study

Starts: Tuesday, September 8th

Meets; Tuesdays, 4:30 – 6:00pm

Location: Winter Garden

Leader: Monika Harrison

A Kingdom Woman begins by embracing a simple premise: Unless a Kingdom rests firmly under in the authority of the ruler, anarchy reigns. That’s why a Kingdom Woman always seeks to align herself and operate under the authority of God-in every area of life. With practical insights and applications from co-author Chrystal Evans Hurst, Tony Evans explains how that process can unleash new purpose, power, and possibilities-in both the lives of Kingdom Women and those they love.



God’s Appointed Times: A Study

Starts: Tuesday, August 25th

Meets: Tuesdays at 7:00pm

Location: Mosaic Church

Leader: Laura Gordon

Join us for this practical guide to understanding and celebrating Biblical holidays.

Biblical holidays are not just for Jews—Christians, too, can receive the blessing of these significant and beautiful days; perhaps the greatest object lessons in the Bible. God gave each day to teach his people about Him and His relationship to them. From the Sabbath, which pictures eternity, to the popular holiday of Hanukkah, mentioned only by name in the gospel of John, these special times and more were set apart to bless the people of God. 



Redeeming Intimacy: A Study

Starts: Tuesday, September 22nd

Meets: Tuesday Nights

Location: Mosaic Church

Leader: Nicole Sauval

Sex. Some love it, some misuse it, and some just don’t understand it.  Either way we know that it is is very good because God himself created it. However, since the fall, humanity has always found ways to distort God’s perfect design. Sex is no different.  This has even led to the topic of sex being taboo in the church. This shouldn’t be. Sex is a beautiful gift from God for marriage and it’s time for us to not only embrace it but also to see the beauty both physically and spiritually. It’s time to redeem intimacy. 



Breaking Free & Armor of God

Starts & Ends: August 19th – November 18th

Meets: Wednesday Nights

Online Over Zoom

Leader: Marcie Lushen

Breaking Free

This in-depth Bible study will guide us through Isaiah 61:1-4, walking through the transforming power of Christian freedom by drawing parallels between the captive Israelites and the spiritual strongholds in our lives. This study will meet entirely online, focusing on video portions, homework, and lots of group discussion. 

Armor of God

Learn how the enemy always fails when he meets a woman dressed for the occasion. This study is designed to equip you to get serious, specific, and strategic in the discipline of prayer.



If you have any questions regarding a group, please feel free to reach out to our Mosaic Women’s Director, Deb.