For Ladies Only (FLO)

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FLO (For Ladies Only)

For Ladies Only (FLO) focuses on fellowship, bible study and special events for women of all ages and at all stages of life. All ladies are welcome.

Who is FLO?

  • She is single, married, divorced and widowed.
  • She has a career, is a full time homemaker, and is retired.
  • She has no kids, grown kids, grandkids, preschoolers, and teenagers.
  • She is 25, 91 and every age in between.
  • She is a new Christian and has served God for decades.
  • She is not perfect, but she eagerly seeks the God who is.
  • She is alive and well at FBC and we would love to include you in some or all of our women’s fellowships and Bible studies.

Bible Study Opportunities

Monday Morning Bible Study, 9:30 a.m., Suite 280

Led by Bev Carroll

There is childcare provided for the Monday morning Bible Study. Please register your child by contacting Suzanne Mason. Childcare is $5 per child per session, $8 per family. Money is collected at the end of each month.

Monday, April 3 - May 22 - “Seamless” by Angie Smith. (We will not meet Easter Monday, April 17.) This 7 week study shows how the whole Bible, from Genesis through Revelation, connects as one beautiful, seamless thread.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study, 6:15 p.m., Room 280H

There is no Wednesday Women's Bible Study March 1 - April 12.

The Wednesday Evening Bible Study resumes April 19 with selected chapters from “God Chooses People Like You.”


Widows and Women (Caregivers) Alone is designed for women who are widowed or are caring for spouses who are terminally/chronically ill. Its purpose is to support and encourage those who are experiencing this “alone” time. Meetings are held once a month, and include luncheons, dinners, major community events, and other activities as they may be of interest to the group.

The monthly meeting includes a brief devotion and prayer time, lunch or dinner, and sharing of interests and fun time. Reservations are requested, and may be directed to Maureen Lipford 270-1264. Your comments and questions are welcome. PLEASE REMEMBER TO MAKE RESERVATIONS!

2017 Schedule

  • Tuesday, April 18, 11:45 a.m. – Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, 1800 Lakeside Ave..
  • Tuesday, May 16, 11:45 a.m. – Brio Tuscan Grille, 9210 Stony Point Parkway
  • Tuesday, June 20, 11:45 a.m. – O’Charley’s, West Broad St. at Horsepen Road

If you want to carpool to any of these locations, or have any questions, please let Maureen know when you call or email your reservation. We look forward to lunches and chats.

Summer Book Club

Tuesdays, June 6, July 18 and August 22, 2017; 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Adams Room
Enjoy lively discussion, coffee, tea and dessert.

June and July books are $13 and will be available for sale in Room 214 before and after Sunday School. The July book will also be available at the June study. Price and date availability of the August book TBA.

June 6
A Winter Dream
by New York Times Bestselling Author Richard Paul Evans
The #1 bestselling author of The Christmas Box and master of the holiday novel re-imagines the biblical story of Joseph and the coat of many colors, presenting an inspiring modern story of family and forgiveness.
Taught by Mary Massie

July 18
Help, Thanks, Wow
by Anne Lamott
This book examines the three simple prayers essential to coming through tough times, difficult days and the hardships of daily life. It is these three prayers – asking for assistance from a higher power, appreciating what we have that is good, and feeling awe at the world around us – that can get us through the day and can show us the way forward.
Taught by Martha Fickert-Booth.

August 22
Dear Mrs. Noah: Letters to the Unnamed Women of the Bible
by Roberta Damon
Roberta will come and teach her brand new book!
This book looks at the stories of unnamed women in the Bible and masterfully reminds us that they weren’t just characters in a story, but real women who struggled with real fears and problems. She gives them a name and a voice that speaks to our own struggles and hopes.