Frequently Asked Questions
What is a life stage?
A method of grouping persons in a similar life situation based on age and average age of children. There is no right or wrong answer! Choose the stage
you consider your peer group.
What is a small group and how is it formed?
As WCBS has continued to grow, with an annual registration of over 500 women, it has become necessary to update our method of small group placement. Groups
are put together using an array of information. Bible study experience, age, life stage, and past group leaders are the major categories the small group
committee considers. Groups are intended to be a mixture of ALL age groups, of Bible knowledge, and of new friends and old.
What time does the WCBS Start?
Our meetings are every Wednesday morning (September - March) from 9:30 am until 11:30 am. The first hour is in the Sanctuary with praise
and worship followed by a teaching lesson. In the second hour, small groups meet in classrooms for discussion and prayer led by individual facilitators.
Where does the Wednesday morning WCBS meet?
The Sanctuary of Peachtree Presbyterian Church, 3434 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30305
How much does the nursery service cost and who should I contact about a reservation?
The full-year rates for the nursery are $120 for the first child, $110 for additional children. These rates are for 9:00am - 1:00pm. If you plan to attend a luncheon,
there is no additional fee but children must be picked up by 1:00 PM. Ms. Evelyn is in charge of the nursery and she can be reached at 404-842-5839.
For additional questions or information contact Allen Clare Heckman at (540) 336-1023.
Does WCBS have an evening study group?
WCBS has an evening group that meets on Tuesday evenings at Peachtree Presbyterian from 6:30 – 8:00 in room 2202. For more information contact Rosanne
or (214) 502-9017.
Does WCBS focus on a specific church or denomination?
WCBS is a Women’s interdenominational Bible study. Our members are women of all different ages and from many different churches in the greater Atlanta
area. WCBS is ecumenical, meaning we focus on the essentials of the Christian faith rather that any individual church’s or denomination’s doctrine.