Lenten Series

On the six weekends in Lent (February 17/18-March 24/25) we will enjoy a special series of sermons entitled: “Being Christian.” Each weekend we will reexamine who we are in Christ – what “being” a Christian means in today’s world – being a Christian in the home, at work, at church, in the community and what it means for the Christian to bear the cross. At the same time, all of our adults are invited to a Bible study that will take a more in-depth look at these same topics. Groups will study in different places throughout the church and will be separated by elder households. Look for a letter in the mail soon!


 


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Class Offerings January 2018

Saturday Evenings 5:00-5:45 PM

Topic: Ephesians
Leader:  Keith Dierking
Location:  Fellowship Hall, Classroom #1
Target Audience:  All Adults
Description:  This Bible study examines the Paul’s letter to the Ephesians!


Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 AM

Topic:  Luther: Death… Then What?
Location:  Fellowship Hall
Leader:  Pastor Brighton
Target Audience:  All Adults
Description:  Dying is the final part of life, it’s what takes place two seconds later that makes us wonder. What’s it like to face the “great unknown?” Will we ever meet again? What will heaven be like? We’ll discuss these topics and more on this important subject

Topic:  Paul’s Letter to the Galatians
Location:  Fellowship Hall, Classroom #1
Leader:  Vicar Brad Wellik
Target Audience:  All Adults
Description:  We will take a look at Paul’s letter to the Galatians and how he encourages the people to cling to faith in the midst of the false teaching of the world. This epistle helps us to know as Christians who we are in Jesus and what we are to do in this new life given to us!

Topic:  The Measure of A Man
Location:  Cry Room
Leader: Don Netzinger
Target Audience:  Men Only
Description:  What does it mean to be a man of God is our world today. Join this class for a Bible-centered discussion of measuring up.

Topic:  The Wisdom of God
Location:  Cry Room
Leader:  Liz Hunter
Target Audience:  Women Only
Description:  The Wisdom books of the Bible (Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs) are the basis for discussion about how God guides us to make sense of suffering and dissatisfaction in life, dealing with emotions, and our need to be loved.


Thursday Mornings 10:00-11:00 am

Ladies Bible Study

Topic: The Gospel of Luke
Location: Fellowship Hall, Classroom #1
Leader: Ministry Staff
Target Audience: Women of the congregation only
Description: This Bible study takes a walk through books of the Bible with the help of Pastor, the Vicar, and sometimes even Pete.  Currently they are exploring the Gospel of Luke.  Join them for a great discussion, insightful lessons, and uplifting prayer time!