Upcoming Training, Story Circles & Other Online Events!
COVID-19 has impacted communities and families in so many profound ways.
The Bible Women's Project is dedicated to continuing to share our ministry through new and creative outlet. Please join us for one of our many online events where we hope to continue to foster community and growth while exploring the stories of women in the Bible.
Virtual Story Circles
Next Event Sunday June 21st at 4pm
If you are interested in participating in story circles with the writer/director of the show and members of the cast, please contact us to sign up for one of our FREE virtual story circles. During this time you will dive into the story of a woman of the Bible, share your own experiences, and hear how others connect with the Scripture. You will get to experience the process of how The Bible Women's Project got started and become part of a growing community of believers who seek to dive deep into the stories of the Bible.
Virtual Story Circle Training
Want to know how to do story circles in your community?
A training session (usually lasting 3-4 hours) is a great opportunity for pastors, leaders, teachers and more to train you to do what we have done. Work directly with the writer/director of the show as she walks you through the process of story circles and how you can use them in your community even during this time of social distancing. During this training you will receive tools you can immediately use in your community to foster engagement, growth and discipleship. For $20 per person you can individually register for one of our sessions below or contact us to set up a private training for your church group of 6-8 people.
Next Training Event Saturday July 11th 10am-3pm
The Bible Women's Project is a conversation starter that asks tough questions about how we portray women's stories in the church. It uses real life stories from young Christian women today alongside several stories of women in the Bible. This show features comedy, dance, drama, improv and storytelling to honor women's stories from the past and present. We do not shy away from difficult conversations, but ultimately we all celebrate the power of church and its role in our lives. We merely ask to listen to ways we can make things better for women going forward.
We did not know what to expect when we first opened the show in 2015. The response was overwhelmingly positive. After our very first performance, audiences were asking us to bring the show back and take it on tour. We immediately extended our run and then revived the show 6 months later. In 2016 we were accepted into the New York International Fringe Festival and spent two weeks performing at the SoHo Playhouse.