Bible Studies for Everyone
The First Epistle: Corinthians
Come join us as we explore the First Epistle to the Corinthians. This book of the New Testament is a powerful and relevant letter written by the Apostle Paul to address the concerns and challenges faced by the early church in Corinth. This dynamic city, known for its wealth and immorality, presented a unique set of circumstances for these new believers.
January – May 2024 | Tuesdays | 10:30am | Room B18 & Zoom
Led by Gene Oldham
Disciple Fast Track – New 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.
January 16 – April 23 | 6:30pm | Zoom
Led by Rev. Dr. Kory Knott and David Paul
Material: Disciple Fast Track Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study New Testament Study Manual
Lenten Study: Galatians 5 | Thursdays | February 15 – March 21 | 7:00pm | The Venue
Rev. Tim Morrison offers a Spiritual Discipline Bible Study based on Galatians 5. The purpose of this class is to create a disciplined path to abide in the Holy Spirit on a consistent, relentless pursuit through creative prayer and unique focus.
Bible Studies for Women
Starting March 4th, we will begin “The Sermon on the Mount” a book by Amy-Jill Levine. The Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 5-7, contains some of Jesus most profound and most memorable teachings.
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
Paul’s Letter to the Galatians
There were many Jewish Christians who believed that in order for non-Jew (Gentile) Christians to truly become a part of God’s covenant family, they needed to obey the laws of the Torah. They came to the Galatian churches and began undermining Paul, demanding they follow the Torah worship and dietary practices, including the circumcision of all male Christians. In addition, they challenged Paul’s authority and claim as an apostle of Jesus Christ. Paul, when he heard about these challenges, was sad and angry. He wrote this letter in response, challenging the Galatians with a summary of the Gospel message about the crucified Messiah. This is a men’s in-depth study of Paul letter response to these issues plaguing the churches he had established in the Roman Galatia Province.
Fridays | 6:15am | Zoom
Led by Dennis L. Allen
Email Dennis Allen to register.