Sunday Adult Forums - All Adults
Adult Study sessions are held on Sunday mornings from September to May. Bible studies, topical presentations, social issues, book reviews, and video materials offer a basis for great dialogue. There are two sessions to choose from: 9:30 am and 10:45 am. All adults are welcome to attend.
Examples of recent studies include:
"Crazy Love" by Francis Chan
"Fogotten God" by Francis Chan
"Made" by Jud Wilhite
"The Prayer of Jabez" by Dr. Bruce Wilkinson
"Book of Ruth" Bible Study
"Heaven is For Real" by Todd Burbo, Lynn Vincent
Women’s Small Group Bible Studies
This fall you are welcome dig deeper into the writings of Paul with many Women of the ELCA. Our focus this year is To God’s Beloved: Paul’s Letter to the Romans. Each month in the publication Lutheran Women Today, or online at www.elca.org, materials have been prepared for small groups to consider the scriptures together. This year’s theme has been prepared by Dr. Sarah Henrich, Associate Professor of New Testament at Luther Seminary in St. Paul. Monthly themes include: The Obedience of Faith, Romans 4:16a; Hope Does Not Disappoint, Romans 6:11; Moved to a New Address, Romans 6:13b. Added to Dr. Henrich’s insights in this small group study are insights gleaned from the lives of the sisters in faith with whom you will gather. Please find a time to drop in and try out a Women’s Small Group Bible Study in the Heritage Room on either the 2nd Wednesday 9:30 a.m., the 2nd Thursday 9:00 a.m., or the 2nd Thursday 7:00 p.m. Also, see women's ministry opportunities
Men’s Small Group Bible Study
Utilizing the theme Covenant Communities, these men will study texts from the books of Joshua, Judges, Ezra, Nehemiah, Mark, I Peter and II Peter. You can drop in and join Pastor Charlie for this study whenever you can make it fit, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday mornings at 8:15 a.m. Also, see men's ministry opportunities
Nye Courte Senior Study (off-campus)
At 10 a.m. on the 2nd Friday each month, Pastor Norm Freund takes a Bible Study into the Fremont community. Currently the focus is the gospel of John, one chapter each month. John introduces us to Jesus as the Son of God, and contains the familiar texts to many: 3:16, 14:1-7 (which is often read at funerals), and chapter 17 (Jesus’ prayer for the world and his disciples). 10 to 15 people from several denominations gather next to the Fireside Room at Nye Court, and they always welcome new participants!