Adult Bible Studies

A variety of offerings are available for adults to grow and study in God’s Word.  Regular offerings are available on Sunday mornings during the education hour from 9:30-10:30 AM. These education opportunities vary with topical and specific discussions of books or themes from the Bible taught by staff, members of the congregation, and special guest instructors.

Sunday Adult Bible Classes:
  • Sundays in June and July
    Did you know that nothing has ever dawned on God? Before the world began, He knew His people would face hardship, so He gave us His Word. Join us as we study the book of Ephesians, a survival manual that equips believers to thrive in a world that hates the message of Jesus Christ. Paul the Apostle writes to encourage believers to live well—we’ve been lifted from the graveyard of sin and called to shout the gospel into the darkened world. This class begins June 2 in the fellowship hall at meets each Sunday morning at 9:30 AM.

We also offer classes during the week. Course offerings change throughout the year, so watch for specific topics of study on the church calendar accessible on this website, or through our newsletter, or contact the church office.

Tuesday Evening Age 18-28 Bible Study
  • TWELVE21, a group of people ages 18-28, meets two Tuesdays each month at area breweries and restaurants. This group is working through the book Christian: It’s Not What You Think, by Andy Stanley Contact Jonathan ( for more information about this group and this study..
Wednesday Evening Adult Bible Class
  • Each week (September - May) we come together to study and share what God has been teaching us and how it applies to our lives. Questions? Contact Pastor Toby (
Weekday Morning Adult Bible Class
  • The Women's Monday Bible Study meets on the first Monday of the month in Fellowship Room A at 9:30 AM and continues the study of Encouraging One Another. For more info contact Marcy Nordhus at

  • A Thursday Morning Bible Study meets each Thursday, 9:30-11:30 AM in the Fireside Room. This fall, the study looks at the influence of world religions and philosophies of the time around 100 AD. After that, the focus will turn to John and the book of Ezekiel. Contact Chuck Daenzer ( for more information.