Bible Studies

Sunday Morning Family Bible Study

St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church offers a Family Bible Study class that meets every Sunday morning.  This informal class meets in the church basement before service from 9:00-9:45 a.m. September - May, and after service from 10:15-10:45 a.m. June - August.  This Bible study is led by our pastor.  We learn about a wide variety of relevant topics that are taught within a scriptural context.  Coffee and hot chocolate are provided.  There is no need to register or sign up for this class, and you may attend just one class or as many as you'd like.  Don't worry - there are no exams!  All are welcome.  Please join us on Sundays and share in this rewarding spiritual growth opportunity.

Current Topic for this Summer:

We will be covering “Prepared to Answer,” by Rev. Mark Paustian.  The book covers various comments or question you surely have encountered.  Maybe you thought them as well.  Pastor Paustian does a fine job dealing with each in a gospel centered way and always brings you back to Christ. 

We will be covering comments such as “But I am pro choice,“ and "But there are things I’ll never be able to forgive,” and many more.

Join us at 10:15 after worship on Sunday mornings and join the discussion.  Coffee will be on!

July 1 - But I am pro choice.
July 8 - There are some things I can't forgive.
July 15 - How can you believe He rose from the dead?
July 22 - Where is God when I am hurting?
July 29 - No Bible class
August 5
- There are no moral absolutes.

Wednesday Afternoon Bible Class

St. Paul's also offers a Bible study class that meets Wednesday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. in the church basement.  This class is led by our Church Assistant.  Everyone is invited. Come for the Bible class, stay for the fellowship!

WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY continues through the month of July. Our topics are based on the “Hard Sayings of Jesus.” The schedule for the month of July is as follows:

July 4 – No Class

July 11 – No Class

July 18 –Translations!  Traditions!  And Troubles!

July 25 – Does Jesus Contradict Himself?