SUMMER BIBLE CLASS
Yes, we will be having Bible Class during the Summer STARTING JUNE 21. We will meet in the church basement at 10:15 AM shortly after the Sunday morning service.
We will also “simulcast” on Zoom so those at home can participate.
What will we study?
How true that it is.
We will study the Scriptures and see how the believer belongs to “two Kingdoms” and learn how we serve in both.
Hope you can join us.
Other Bible Study Opportunity: Through my Bible in three years.
Sunday Morning Family Bible Study (PLEASE SEE ABOVE)
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: Politics is Driving Me Crazy
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 in the Council Room. This class is led by our Church Assistant. Everyone is invited. Come for the Bible class, stay for the fellowship!
Our current topic is Christian Citizenship in Church and State. This Bible study examines the Christian's responsibility toward the government and the challenges and opportunities that we face. We meet with six feet for social distancing and wear masks. Everyone is invited to join us. Each topic is a single topic. Topics for the month are:
August 5. The Christian’s Responsibility to Civil Government
August 12. What to Do if the Government Demands Disobedience to God
August 19. The Business of the Church Is Not The Civil Government’s Business
August 26. The Business of CivilGovernment is Not the Church’s Business