Bible Study is a core activity of a disciple’s life. While we all should read the Bible daily, studying it with others is a proven way to grow spiritually and with accountability. Time spent in mutual prayer, reflection, and fellowship is the way the church has made disciples since the day of Pentecost.
To help accommodate busy schedules groups can meet as their member’s schedules allow. Most groups range from 8-12 people and are held at various places convenient to the group.
Recent studies include 1 Peter, The Cost of Discipleship, Joining Jesus on His Journey, and Mere Christianity. Beginning in the fall of 2016 many of our groups will read through Paul’s letter to the Romans. Martin Luther called Romans, “the chief part of the New Testament” and “truly the purest gospel.”
While groups can meet at any time we are recruiting people for new groups who would like to meet at 10:30 a.m. during the second service. This allows one to worship and 9:00 a.m. and attend Bible study with child care provided at the church nursery and Sunday School during the 10:30 a.m. service.