Womenary is unique. Simply put, it is a series of seminary-style classes, offered to women, in a relaxed classroom setting. Instructors for Womenary are seminary graduates who love teaching the lifelong learners that make up our classes.
Sensing a desire in women today to go on to the maturity that an exploration of theology provides, the founders of Womenary organized and offered the first classes in 2006. Since then, the steady growth of Womenary confirms that many women want to invest themselves in an orderly, academic study of God that goes beyond what is presented in a typical women’s Bible study.
A seminary is the usual venue for seeking a theological education. The word seminary connotes a special place of nurture for growing the seeds of faith until they reach maturity. Womenary is also a place of nurture designed for women who desire to grow to the full measure of their Christian faith, while still fulfilling their commitments to family, church and career.
CURRICULUM Courses covering a variety of theological and biblical topics. 2 Courses are offered each year, one in the spring and one in the fall, one being a theology course and the other a Biblical exposition course. Visit our curriculum page for a full listing.
OUR COMMITMENT To be women friendly in our setting, schedule, guidelines and instruction. To give women an opportunity and outlet to learn, discuss, question and grow both in mind and spirit. To equip women to be confident and competent handling the Truth in a culture where the Truth is constantly challenged.
OUR MISSION To provide theological studies for women, equipping them to influence their world for Christ.
WHAT WE BELIEVE The faculty and board of Womenary affirm and adhere to the following Biblical essentials:
The authority and inerrancy of Scripture as the divinely inspired Word of God. (2 Timothy 3:16)
The Trinity as the one true living God. (Matthew 28:19, 2 Corinthians 13:14)
The full deity of and humanity of Christ. (John 8:58; John 1:1,14; John 10:30; Colossians 2:9; Philippians 2: 5-11)
The spiritual depravity of the human race. (Romans 3: 23, 5:12; Jeremiah 17:9)
The literal death of Christ as atonement for our sin. (1 Corinthians 15:3-4, Romans 5:6-8, I Peter 3:18)
Salvation by faith alone in Christ alone. (John 1:12; Romans 5:1, 10:9-10, 11:5-6; Ephesians 2:8)
The physical return of Christ. (Mark 13:26-27, Luke 21: 27, II Peter 3:10-13)