Bible Studies


Bible studies give us the opportunity to study God’s Word together and grow deeper in our knowledge of God’s love for us.  This equips us to share His Word and love with our co-workers, neighbors, friends, and people in the grocery store.

The key to faith is hearing God's Word. As iron sharpens iron, the Word of God will sharpen our faith and the ability to defend our faith against the many attacks in society today.

As a congregation, we affirm to build up one another in fellowship and encourage one another to stay true to the Word of God.

Will you please join us? For more info, call 224-2216.

Our Bible Study opportunities are listed below.


Adults – A Study of Revelation – Revelation provides great comfort to Christians, but some of the message can get entangled in vivid descriptions and imagery. Jerry Wulf will discuss the various promises contained in Revelation and help to decode the comfort in those passages. Sundays at 9:45AM

High School students – Julie Kongslein and Carolyn Ryckman will investigate how to see our daily events through a Christian view. Come and discuss how your daily decisions are based on God’s Word.

Adults – End Times. Marvin Schweigert will lead a study on focusing on the End Times. This is a lifelight study and will begin on Chapter 6.   The study starts on Sept 19.  It takes place on Sunday evenings from 6:30-8:00PM in the Living Room at church.


Men – Men’s Fellowship – The men of the congregation are invited to a time of fellowship and games on the first Monday of the month at the church. They begin with a devotion and then enjoy food and conversation with an activity (often dartball or bean bags). For any questions please contact John Barber, 220-2660.


Women – Led by Karen Lindbloom, various studies at 10:00 AM Tuesdays.   


Why study the Bible and How to study the Bible

Led by Dennis Ryckman - 222-7713
Location at the church
6:00 PM-7:00 PM starting September 15, 2021

You try faithfully to read and study your Bible, yet you still wonder, Why is it important for me to study the Bible?  How can I study the Bible so it really makes a difference in my life? What's wrong with the "what does this verse mean to me" approach to interpreting the Bible?  Or, What’s the best way to dig into the Word?

There’s no more important skill you can cultivate than handling your Bible with understanding and accuracy. There’s no greater joy than digging into and discovering biblical truth on your own. And there’s no part of life that a deeper and wider grasp of God’s Word doesn’t touch.

In How to Study the Bible, John MacArthur will take us on a fascinating exploration of God’s Word to reveal its glorious attributes.

Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up? 12 False Christs
By: Matthew Richard

Led by David Zuercher - 222-8424
Location is at homes.
Starting at David's home.
6:30 PM beginning October 6, 2021
In our world, there is no shortage of false christs. Like the Elvises who roam the streets of Vegas, these counterfeit christs look and sound like Jesus, but they couldn't be further from the real deal.

Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up? not only reminds us who the real Jesus of the Bible is, but it also reveals to us twelve false christs who are embraced, loved, promoted, and revered--even by well-meaning Christians.

So who exactly are these false Christs? Do you know them? Do you worship them? You might be surprised at the answers.

Middle school students – We don’t have a name for this new group! All middle school students can participate in a game or activity, similar to the high school group. This is a great time to exercise our bodies before we fill our minds with God. Wednesdays at 5:30PM, right before Midweek.

High School students – Lutheran Youth Fellowship (LYF). High school students gather for a game or activity, like sardines, kickball, or Pictionary. We also learn about how God interacts with us in our daily lives. Wednesdays at 8:00PM

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Wednesday at 7:00pm

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