We hold several Bible studies throughout the year where we go through different devotional books to help us delve deeper into the Bible. Our Fall Bible study start in October and runs til Thanksgiving, our Advent Bible Study starts the last week in November and runs until Christmas, our winter Bible Study starts after the new year and our lent Bible study starts 40 days before Easter. We may also hold additional Bible Studies as time and interest permits.
Join us Wednesdays during Lent for a 6 week Lenten Soup and Study! We’ll start the night with a soup dinner at 6:30 pm and a Philippians study at 7 pm. We’ll be going through a book called “Because of This I Rejoice: Reading Philippians During Lent” by Max O. Vincent.
“Lent has been thought of as a season of self-sacrifice and discipline that sounds like a list of spiritual chores. Lenten disciplines become the spiritual equivalent of New Year’s resolutions with promises easily made, quickly broken, and leaving us feeling like we do not measure up. This study of Philippians explores what Paul teaches about joyfully practicing spiritual disciplines. The intent of these disciplines is to help us focus less on ourselves and more on God. You’re invited to engage in the same spiritual practices as a way to grow closer to God and allow joy to flow through our lives.”
Books are not required for this study. Sign up by using the sign-up sheet in the back of the sanctuary or contact the church office.
*You can also sign up to bring soup or dessert by using the sign-up sheet in the back of the sanctuary or contact the church office.
ON HOLD DURING LENT
Our next Thursday night Bible Study will begin on Thursday, January 24th where we’ll be going through a book called “Jesus Christ: Teacher,
Servant, and Savior by John Stott. It will be held at from 6:30 pm—8:00 pm at Gene & Carol Prudhon’s home (245 Clifton Street, Evansville, WI).
“We celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ and now we will explore the Christ of the New Testament. We’ll discover Him as the center of worship, witness and hope. He is the incomparable Christ.”
Books are available for $6.50. You can sign up by using the sign up sheet at the back of the sanctuary or by contacting the church office.
Have you ever wondered about the Bible? Had a hard time reading it? Had a hard time understanding it? The Bible is the world’s bestselling, most-read, and most-loved book, and is also one of the most confusing. In “Making Sense of the Bible”, Adam Hamilton, one of the country’s leading pastors and Christian authors, addresses the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate, and answers many of the questions frequently asked by Christians and non-Christians alike.
Beginning Sunday, Jan 27th, from 9:00 – 9:45, Ed Arnold will be facilitating a new adult Sunday morning study with Hamilton’s “Making Sense of the Bible”. The class will run every other Sunday morning from the end of January through April. This is a basic Bible study open to everyone! Watch your bulletin for more info!