Bible Studies


Sunday Mornings – Children, Youth and Adult Studies
 

On any given Sunday at St. John’s there are more than 100 children and adults gathering together to pray, study the Bible, share their faith stories with each other, and encourage one another in building up their gifts for Christian ministry. It happens during our education hour (9:25a-10:25a)and is an extension of our corporate worship together.

 

New Member Class

Our new comers class introduces people from various backgrounds in their faith journey to the basic teachings of our common Christian faith, to some of the distinctive teachings of Lutherans, and to the mission and ministry of St. John’s. Lunch and child care are provided. Call ext. 210 to enroll in the next class.

Our next class is on Sunday, April 8 following the 10:45 am worship service.

Education Hour

Every Sunday morning we offer Biblr classes for adult study and conversation around the word of God during our educational hour (9:25 to 10:25), where there are opportunities for the whole family to gather in groups for study, prayer and encouragement. Each is structured so that newcomers/visitors may join or try them out at any time in the cycle of the class curriculum.

We arrange our classes in a variety of settings and disciplines of study to help offer variety and connect with personal needs. There are four basic approaches to Christian studies (Biblical, Topical, Historical, Missional). While they all intersect around the living and active connections with the word of God, each discipline helps prepare us for living our faith in different ways.

Adult Classes During the Educational Hour

Currently our adult education hour topic is
The Reformation in Broader Context: Movements, Leaders, and Legacies
          Bible Study Leader: Kirk Farney
          Location: Heritage Room 113

          The study includes video, lecture, and discussion. We will examine key pre- 

          Reformation reformers of the 14th and 15th century, followed by a study of the

          Reformed movement, the English Reformation, the Anabaptist movements, and the

          Catholic Counter-Reformation. We will conclude with a brief review of post-Luther

          Lutheranism.

Coming in March:

“Let Me Tell You a Story…” Parables for Lent

 

Children’s Ministry During the Educational Hour

Sunday School for children is included in the Educational Hour activities. Check out the Sunday School page for more information.

 

Weekday Study Groups

Please contact the church office (ext. 210) if you need additional information on any of the scheduled events.

Early Risers

Thursdays, 6:15-7:15a, Heritage Room 113

 

Women’s Ministries

Women’s Bible Study Fellowship (Wednesdays at 10:00a, Heritage Room 113)