Women at Grace

Women at Grace exists to glorify God by guiding women to become like Christ in all of life through relational discipleship.

Questions? Email women@grace360.org.


See options below for more information and to register for events and ministry opportunities.

Girlfriends at Grace
Biblical Hospitality for the Immigrant and Refugee

Tuesday, Nov. 28 | 7-9 p.m.
The Loft, Live Oak Building

Registration opens Monday, Oct. 2

Immigration is one of the most complicated issues of our time. Everywhere we look, we see headlines, stories, and tweets about immigration, and Christians are often left wondering how to think biblically about these issues and how to live out the compassion of Christ in this context. But did you know that Scripture actually has a lot to say about how to treat the immigrant and foreigner? Join us at the next Girlfriends at Grace to hear from the Director of Women of Welcome, Bri Stensrud, as we look at the whole of Scripture to understand God’s heart for the immigrant and refugee. Invite a friend and join us as we seek to understand and grow in biblical hospitality for immigrants and refugees.


This event is $12 per person.

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Women’s Bible Studies

Women’s Bible Studies at Grace are intended to bring women together to grow in their knowledge of and love for God through His Word and to develop and deepen relationships with others. We are women who are learning to think biblically, but we also understand that knowledge alone is insufficient for maturity. Healthy relationships are crucial for transformation. Whether you’re currently in a WBS group or looking to find one, we welcome you!


Questions? Email women@grace360.org.

Fall Bible Study Offerings
Wednesdays, Sept. 13. – Nov. 8, 2023

Morning (AM) Sessions: 9:45-11:45 a.m. | Evening (PM) Sessions: 6:30-8:15 p.m.

This Fall, we are pleased to offer three Women’s Bible Study opportunities on Wednesdays in the morning and evening (unless otherwise noted) on the Grace campus.


Childcare: Childcare is offered for all morning (AM) sessions. We hope to provide childcare during the evening (PM) study (for newborns through fifth graders) if there is enough demand. Be sure to register your child(ren) when you register

Navigating Gospel Truth: A Guide to Faithfully Reading the Accounts of Jesus's Life

AM and PM

The Gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke and John – are four accounts of Jesus’s life, and to read each one well, we need to learn how they complement each other, even when at first glance they might seem to contradict. In this study, written by Dr. Rebecca McLaughlin, we’ll walk through the different kinds of writing in the Gospels, including narrative, parable, and prophecy. We’ll learn together how to acquire skills to become a better student of Scripture and gain confidence in the truth of the Gospels as we study the life of our Savior.

Bible Basics Part 1 – Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story

AM and PM

Does the Bible feel like a mishmash of unrelated stories and characters? Do you struggle to understand how the Old and New Testaments are connected? Whether you’ve grown up hearing Bible stories or you’re exploring Scripture for the first time, the full story of the Bible can be overwhelming. In this Bible study, we’ll learn about the people, places, and promises of the Bible, so you can replace the insecurity that holds you back and move forward with confidence in your understanding of Scripture. In each week of study, we’ll learn key information that ties all of Scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message.


This study will be Part 1 of a two-part series on how to read and understand the Bible. Part 1 is understanding the Bible as one complete story. Part 2 will be offered in January 2024 and will be focused on how to study the Bible. Both studies will work together to help you gain a better understanding of the context and meaning of God’s Word so that you can apply it to your life and become more like Christ.

After the Boxes are Unpacked: Moving On After Moving In


PM only

Have you recently moved to Austin or do you still feel unsettled since you moved? You are not alone. The US Census Bureau estimates dozens of new people arrive in Austin every day. Join us for this Bible study specifically for you as a newcomer to Austin. Based on the book, After the Boxes are Unpacked by Susan Miller, you’ll learn the biblical principles necessary for a successful move: letting go, trusting God, starting over with hope and moving forward in faith. Not only will you get encouragement for the emotional and spiritual strain of a move, but you will also have the opportunity to make friends and create community connections.


Motherhood is a special gift in a woman’s life, full of joys and unique challenges that are dramatically boosted by the love and support of a group of friends and mentors, especially while mothering young children. We are proud to host several groups for moms of infants through fifth grade to provide fellowship, growth, and learning based on this life stage.

Square One: A Ministry for New Moms

Children: newborns through 6 months old
Sept. 12 – Oct. 17
Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – noon

Being a first-time mom brings so many changes physically, emotionally and even spiritually. At Grace, we want to provide a place where you can bring your baby six months old and younger and connect with other moms and mentors to find friendship, acceptance, and encouragement. We will discuss topics such as parenting, baby care, family/in-laws, taking care of you and keeping your marriage healthy. Join us as we get to know each other and seek God’s guidance for this new phase of life. To find out more about Square One, please Email Claire.


Learning and community for mothers of children in fifth grade and younger

At MOPs and MOMSNEXT, we create a space for you to connect with other moms in your life stage with speakers, fun activities, and small group discussions. Invited speakers teach from a biblical perspective on topics like marriage, parenting, and family, and smaller group discussions help you form and deepen friendships.


MOPS offers childcare for children ages 6 weeks old through five years old (pre-kindergarten). Children under 6 weeks old may join mom at her table. MOMSNEXT does not offer childcare.

Registration for MOPS is now closed for the fall.

Other Opportunities with Women at Grace

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Cultivate is a discipleship ministry that provides structure and ongoing community through intentional relationships with others designed to help you grow in:

  • CONTENTMENT as you cultivate intimacy with Christ learning to be content in all circumstances
  • COMMUNITY as you live in unity and love with others using your gifts to build up the body of Christ
  • COMPASSION as your heart is aligned with Jesus’ heart to care for the lost, lonely, and powerless
  • COURAGE as you face your fears, find healing and do the good works God has prepared in advance for you to do

Disciple applications are now closed for the 2023-2024 cycle. Cultivate Disciple applications will be made available again on our website next summer, for discipleship opportunities in the 2024-2025 year.

If you’re interested in discipling others, we would love to talk to you! Fill out the Discipler Questionnaire below and someone from our team will reach out soon.

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