bible study

Join us at our weekly Bible studies as we explore the stories, the people and the history revealed in the Bible.

Wednesday Mornings: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. with Pastor Lisa Kenkeremath in Room 5

"A Servant of Jesus Christ: Paul's Letters to the Church" is the topic of a new six-week series starting Oct. 24. We'll begin by looking at Paul in the historical and theological context of first-century Judaism and his correspondence–the earliest New Testament writings we have–as responses to problems and situations in the early church. We will not concentrate on a single letter but will examine texts from lseveral letters, which will help us understand Paul's concerns and how or whether the speak to our situation today. Please join us!

Thursday Evenings: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. with Dr. Melissa Kirkpatrick in Room 5

Here is a group that explores widely in our faith landscape! Our work includes scripture study, but also spending time working through books by theologians, scholars, and preachers. Even when we are reading a book other than the Bible, it is usually with the intent of enhancing our understanding of the Bible and considering how these readings relate to our lives. We want to encourage you to join us to further study, understand, love and practice the faith as taught through the lessons within the Bible. We are beginning the program year with a look at Barbara Brown Taylor’s "Gospel Medicine." Beginning Thursday, Sept. 6, come join the conversation at 7:00 p.m. in the office conference room.

Both groups welcome new participants at any time.


Updated 10.30.18