Adult Bible Studies


Adult Bible Studies


Sunday Morning Bible Study 10:00 a.m., in the fellowship hall and via Zoom – Foundations of the Christian Faith – In this study we will consider some of the foundational teachings of the Christian faith and what they mean for us in our daily walk with Christ.  We will look at God’s grace in Christ, the Scriptures, Worship, Spiritual Gifts and more. If you are not on the church’s email list and would like to receive the handout and participate in the study, please email the church to make that request:

Thursday Morning Bible Study, beginning Thursday, September 10, 10:00 a.m., in the fellowship hall and via Zoom – Luther’s Large Catechism
This study will meet on the second and fourth Thursday’s of each month. Luther designed both the Small and Large Catechisms to help Christians grow in the knowledge of God and the Gospel. He stated, “After you have taught them this short catechism take up the Large Catechism, and impart to them a fuller and richer knowledge.” Well that is exactly what we are going to do. Copies of the Large Catechism will also be available in the bins outside the main entrance to church the week of September 6.


A men’s prayer and Bible study is meeting on Friday mornings at 7:00 a.m. The Bible study is focused on topical themes. Organizers are calling it an “old codgers” fellowship, but “younger” men are welcome too. Call the church office for location information.



Navigators 2:7 – A Course in Personal Discipleship to Strengthen Your Walk with God, beginning Monday evening, September 14, in the fellow
ship hall and via Zoom – Bearing fruit for a lifetime begins with life-giving habits such as Bible reading, prayer, and evangelism. Bear Fruit for a Lifetime will help connect everything together by digging deeper into such practices as studying Scripture, mediating on and memorizing Scripture, and identifying personally with Jesus. Bear Fruit for a Lifetime is a continuation of the deeper dive into discipleship started with a small group last year. This course requires a significant commitment. The course is divided into three sections, with each section being 11 weeks long. There is homework to be done in between sessions, including written work and memory work. We then come together for group learning and sharing. If you have not been a part of this study, but want to know more, please contact Pastor Todd.