A variety of adult faith formation opportunities are available during the week both evening and daytime, women’s, coed, and men’s small groups. Topics change regularly.
Monday Mornings |10:00 am | Room 206
Through this Bible study, we hope to grow in deeper understanding of who God is and what we are called to do in the world. Based on the “Books of Faith” series, conversations will explore the historical, literary, devotional and Lutheran context of a selected book of the Bible over a series of several sessions.
Animate Bible Series
Wednesday evenings April 11 – May 16 | 7:00 pm | Room 206
Join us on Wednesday evenings as we explore the basics of Biblical scholarship and history. Discover how the various writings were combined to create the Bible and how that guides and effects our faith journey. This series features videos from Lutheran pastors and scholars to help guide the discovery and discussion.
Women’s Book Study Series: Anxious for Nothing
Monday evenings beginning April 2 | 6:45 pm |Room 206
In this five-session video series, bestselling author Max Lucado explores God’s treatment plan for anxiety found in Philippians 4:4–8. As you follow this prescription – celebrating God’s goodness, asking for his help, leaving your concerns with him, and meditating on good things – you will experience God’s peace… and probably a better night of sleep.
Grace Bible Study
10:00 am on the 2nd Thursday each month | Room 206
Joy Bible Study
7:00 pm on the 3rd Tuesday each month | Room 206
These women’s groups use study materials from the Lutheran women’s magazine, Gather. Come and share conversation and fellowship around a variety of women’s issues.
2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings | 6:00 pm | Room 206
This group studies many of our favorite parables and scripture in a way that prepares participants to tell the stories “by heart” during worship and other group settings.