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Fall 2023

Bible Studies for Everyone

The Book of Romans, by Paul

Martin Luther wrote, in 1545, “This letter is truly the most important piece in the New Testament. It is purest Gospel. It is well worth a Christian’s while not only to memorize it word for word but also to occupy himself with it daily, as though it were the daily bread of the soul. It is impossible to read or to meditate on this letter too much or too well. The more one deals with it, the more precious it becomes and the better it tastes.” Just bring your Bible and be ready for an engaging discussion of this important New Testament letter to the church in Rome. 

September 12 – January 30 | Tuesdays | 10:30am | Room B18 & Zoom

Led by Gene Oldham


The Lord’s Prayer Bible Study

Most Christians know the Lord’s Prayer by heart. We pray it often, at different times and in different settings. But do we really understand and appreciate the meaning and power of the words that Jesus taught his disciples? Do we know what we ask of God each time we pray it?  Or do we simply recite the words never wondering what it all means?

Join us for a FREE 3-week bible study based on Adam Hamilton’s book, “The Lord’s Prayer”, and learn how to use this prayer as a pattern for your own prayer life.

Tuesdays | September 12 – 26 | 1:00-2:30pm | Room B5

Led by Rev. Jack Gibson and Rev. Sharon O’Connor

Books provided | Brown bag lunches welcome


Disciple Fast Track – Old Testament

This 14-week study immerses the participant in the Old Testament. Disciple Fast Track, an adaptation of the original, bestselling Disciple Bible Study, provides a viable option for busy people seeking comprehensive engagement over time with the entire biblical text.

Fast Track groups meet for a total of 24 weeks, devoting 12 weeks each to the Old Testament and the New Testament and 2 additional weeks at the end of the course.

Participants read a manageable 3-5 chapters of the Bible daily in preparation for the weekly meetings, which last approximately 75 minutes.

September 19 – December 12 | 6:30pm | Zoom

Led by Rev. Dr. Kory Knott and David Paul

Material: Disciple Fast Track Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study Old Testament Study Manual.


Spiritual Discipline Bible Study 

This is a continuation of a spring Bible study, but all are welcome and will be enriched by being a part of this. 

August 31 – November 5 | 7:00pm | The Venue

Led by Tim Morrison


Bible Studies for Women

Starting Monday, September 18, we will begin a study by Lysa Terkeurst and Joel Muddamalle, Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament.  In this study we will see Jesus through five major areas—portraits, prophecies, patterns, provisions, and protections. The study is intended to be 5 weeks, though it may last longer. 

Mondays | 10:00am | Room B5

Led by Linda George

Email Linda George if there are questions. No need to register in advance. 

Bible Studies for Men

The Gospel of Matthew has long been popular as instructional writings for Christians through the ages and was widely used in early Christian communities as they developed their theologies on how to live and follow Christ’s teachings. Matthew focuses on Jesus as King and Messiah, helping us to understand that there is a great kingdom in heaven and on earth which we as believers are now citizens. As we enter here on earth this “Kingdom of Heaven” as citizens, there are important things we must know and understand as we live our lives that brings the reality of the Kingdom of Heaven to earth. This will become clearer as we read and study this important book of the Bible. You will be encountering some of Jesus’ most famous teachings: “Love your enemies,” “Turn the other cheek, “Do not be anxious about tomorrow,” “Let the children come,” “Go make disciples of all nations,” and the Lord’s prayer.

Fridays | 6:15am | Zoom

Led by Dennis L. Allen

Email Dennis Allen to register.

This Fall, we are studying the Book of Romans and discussing what the Lord is trying to teach us.

September 13 – November 11 | 11:45am | Room B5

Led by Gilbert Winans and Austin Smith