Bible Studies

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Christian Education Hour


A Brief Introduction to the Lutheran Confessions
This Bible study is written for people who have little or no knowledge of the Lutheran Confessions, is a response to a Christian layman's request that we spend time getting to know them.
Bible Information Class (BIC)

Available by Appointment
Building on Grace
Laying the Foundation for Faith

 If you want to build a house, you need a solid foundation and blueprints.  If you want to build your faith, you need Jesus and
His Word.  This class lays the foundation for your faith and studies the Bible to find out what God's will for our lives looks like.

Midweek Adult Bible Study

(starting in February)
What's Going on Among the Lutherans?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between the churches in town?  If we're all Christian, why can't we combine our efforts?  The answer can be traced back to Luther's Reformation 500 years ago.  This study will take a look at many of the church bodies that exist today and explain why they must remain separate and distinct from one another. 

Men's Breakfast Bible Study 


1 Corinthians
Paul wrote 1 Corinthians because the congregation faced a series of problems, including the danger of splintering into factions and even lapsing into paganism. Other problems plagued the Corinthians as well. Paul's letter provided clear advice. The longest chapter, chapter 15, has become one of the most treasured, because it trumpets the victory of Christ's resurrection from the dead.

Bible Class


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Friday Morning Bible Study

2nd and 4th Friday of the month


Christ's Light for Adults 
Follow along with the lessons our school students are learning and make applications from the New Testament to your life as a Christian spouse, parent, or adult.


Young Folk
Bible Class

First Sunday
of each Month
Metzger Residence


Prepared to Answer
Telling the greatest story ever told

This topical study provides a helpful model for sharing the Christian faith by supplying Scripture-based responses to common questions about Christianity. Some of the topics include: why bad things happen, why there are different denominations, interpretations of Scripture, abortion, miracles, creation, evidence of God's existence, and many more.