We encourage both children and adults to spend time learning and growing in Christ. We offer Sunday School for children (ages 3 and up) and several different adult Bible Study options each Sunday morning, as well as other educational opportunities throughout the week. The current schedule is listed below. We have Women's studies, Men's studies and other small groups.
Youth Sunday School (Ages 3 - Grade 8)
Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in the basement
Students in Sunday School explored the story “God Forgives David.” Just as God accepted and forgave King David and other great saints who committed grave sins, so He accepts and forgives us, all for the sake of Christ. Parents could ask, “Who reminds you of your sins? Who tells you about forgiveness?”
Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall
So, why does something written in 1530 A.D. matter to us today? Simply because it gives voice to the core beliefs of our Christian Faith. While Lutherans often get lumped in with “Protestants,” when the cities and princes first defended their faith to the Emperor, they called themselves “Evangelical” (Gospel-oriented) to distinguish themselves from both Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. And as we read the Confessions, we’ll discover that the Reformers weren’t seeking to start a “new” church, but very much saw themselves calling all Christians back to a common heritage and confession drawn from Scripture and the Early Church. Join us as we read together and discuss the meaning of this crucial document.
Men's Bible Study
Wednesday mornings at 6:30 a.m. at Bob Evans on Allen Road
Book of Romans - If you’ve travelled in Lutheran circles long, you’ve heard it hundreds of times: “The just shall live by faith,” or “we are justified by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone.” But what does this mean? And what does a life shaped by faith look like? Join us as we read Paul’s letter to the Church in Rome.
Evening Study Group
Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall
Book of Isaiah - Perhaps the greatest of the “writing” prophets, Isaiah’s voice continues to speak to us with promise about the future, redemption, and the work of Christ. Join us as we do a “quick” read of the prophet and discuss God’s Word given to us through him.
Afternoon Bible Study
Thursday afternoons at 1 p.m. in the Parish Hall
Book of Joshua - After 40 years of wandering, it is finally time for the Israelites to enter the Promised Land. What are the challenges they face, and how did God sustain and encourage them? Find out as we read through the history of Israel moving into Canaan.