Sunday Morning Bible Class 

 Sunday Morning Bible Class Have you seen those television specials about Lost Books of the Bible? Ever wondered if some texts were intentionally excluded from the Bible, and if so, why? Can we be sure the correct texts made it into the Bible? Several scholars, books and articles, movies and television specials have raised that question. Why did some ancient writings fail to make the cut for inclusion in our Scriptures? Since God never sent us a specific list of what to include, who exactly decided the Bible should contain the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, but not the Gospels of Judas, Thomas and Mary? How does the work of the Holy Spirit factor in? In Lost Books?, The former Lutheran Hour Speaker Rev. Gregory Seltz will guide us as we explore all of these questions. Can we trust our Bible? Join us for Sunday morning Bible class as we explore “Lost Books?”  Sunday’s at 9 am in the church Sanctuary or Livestreamed on our Facebook page.

Mid-Week Bible Class 

When you hear the word angel, what image comes to mind? Clarence from the movie It’s A Wonderful Life? Tess from Touched by an Angel? Popular culture formerly portrayed angels as harp-carrying spirits lounging on comfortable white tufts of cloud or as pastel-colored feminine virtues or chubby, winged infants. On the other hand, what comes to mind when you hear the words demon or devil? Hellboy from the comic book series or the movie? Various heinous creatures from The Lord of the Rings? Or when you think about angels and demons, do you think of those comical creatures sitting on someone’s shoulders—an angel in a white gown and wings on one shoulder and a demon with a pitchfork and pointy tail sitting on the other? For many people, popular films, books, comic books, and other media are their only sources of information about angels and demons—if they believe in these creatures at all. These are inaccurate portrayals of angels and demons. In contrast, we will share the truth about angels and demons using God’s errorless Word. What the Bible says about angels, demons, and other related topics is vitally important to Lutherans because what God says about these matters can be trusted. Join us on Wednesday morning Zoom Bible class at 10:30 for Angels and Demons starting on Wednesday, September 8th

On Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am, join us on Zoom for a Bible study  [Call the church office for the pertinent ZOOM information] 

Women’s Bible Study

 Women’s Bible Class will be focusing on Elijah, Spiritual Stamina in Every Season by Melissa Spoelstra. In this six-week study grounded in 1 and 2 Kings, we will examine the life of the prophet Elijah, an ordinary man who did extraordinary things for God in the midst of the highs and lows of life. Learn some of the spiritual stamina secrets that helped him hold on and persevere in faith, including practical habits related to prayer, choices, soul care, surrender, mentoring and legacy. The Bible class meets each Tuesday at 10:00 am in the Choir Room. We would love it if you would join us!