EducationSunday School

We offer Sunday School for children (ages 3 and up) at 9:30 each Sunday morning. We encourage both children and adults to spend time learning and growing in Christ during the Sunday School hour.

Adult Bible Study

We offer several different Bible study options each Sunday morning, as well as other study opportunities throughout the week. The current schedule is listed below. We have Women's studies, Men's studies and other small groups.

Classes

Sunday — 9:30 am

Youth Sunday School

Ages 3 through Grade 8 meet in basement:  

Today in Sunday School, the children learned the account “Mary Visits Elizabeth.” In the presence of the Son of God growing within Mary’s womb, John the Baptist leapt inside Elizabeth’s womb. God fills us with Himself in Word and Sacrament and we, like Mary, offer our praise and worship. Consider asking, “How or when does God fill us with His presence today?”


 

Adult Class:

Letter to the Hebrews:   In a world of disorder, trouble, and faithlessness, how does a believer hang on? Through confidence in the reality of Jesus’ reign here and now. This is a letter of encouragement and exhortation for believers to hold fast to their confession of faith and to keep looking to Jesus. Join us as we work through this letter to see how it speaks to the challenges we face today. Meets in the Parish Hall at 9:30 am.

 

 

 

Wednesday

Men's Bible Study

2nd Samuel:If you are looking for adventure, intrigue, betrayal, faithlessness, and a testimony to God’s abiding love, join us as we follow ancient Israel through David’s reign as king to the division of the kingdom, and into exile. Turns out turmoil in politics is not just a modern problem. We meet at the Bob Evans on Allen Rd. near the Walmart.

 

 

Wednesday Evening Study Group

Wednesday Evening Adult Bible Study:

Class is on hiatus until January -- Meets Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm in the Parish Hall. The class is discussion format rather than lecture.

 

 

Thursday

Afternoon Bible Study 

Deuteronomy: Join us as we finish reading the “Five Books of Moses” with the study of Deuteronomy. This is Moses’ “farewell address” to Israel as they prepare to cross into the Promised Land. But, more than that, this is a renewal of God’s Covenant with a new generation, and an explanation of how the Law applies to their new lives. Even though the book contains a lot of political and ceremonial law that doesn’t apply to us — the moral law still holds us. And the same God still calls us to live out love for Him and our neighbor in tangible ways. So, come learn with us. We meet Thursdays at 1:00 pm in the Parish Hall.

 

 

 


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