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Category: Bible Classes

Sunday School

Beginning Sunday, September 18
We're kicking off our fall Bible study and Sunday school schedule from 9:15 - 10:15 a.m.! All children from three years old through teens are invited to attend Sunday school; older teens and adults are invited to attend Bible study in the Fellowship Hall. Click here to register for Sunday school - we look forward to seeing you there!



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One Good Thing That You Might Not Know About

1. Growth Groups are resuming! We'd love to have you join us for these in-home Bible studies focusing on the previous Sunday's Gospel. Growth Groups will meet for three weeks this fall and will kick off the week of September 25. Click here for more details and to register.



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Sunday School & Bible Study

Beginning Sunday, September 18
We're kicking off our fall Bible study and Sunday school schedule from 9:15 - 10:15 a.m.! All children from three years old through teens are invited to attend Sunday school. Click here to register online, or register in-person after worship on Sunday, August 28. Older teens and adults are invited to attend Bible study in the Fellowship Hall. We look forward to seeing you there!



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By Scripture Alone Daily Bible Reading

Have you been participating in our By Scripture Alone daily Bible reading program? If you have, be sure to pick up the schedule for the second half of the year in the church narthex or online by clicking here. And if you haven’t, now is the perfect time to start! Click here for all the details and a complete schedule.

 

 

 



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Two Good Things That Happened in April

1. We kicked off a new Sunday morning Bible study. Through the end of June, Rev. Dr. John Lawrenz will be leading us in a look at the book of Daniel, and it's not too late to begin attending! Click here for class materials and video.

2. We celebrated our Savior's death and resurrection in our yearly Holy Week walk to the cross and the empty tomb. After the online-only services of 2020 and the capacity-restricted services of 2021, it was a wonderful blessing to gather together as a church family for Easter worship.



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New Bible Study

Beginning Sunday, April 24
In this course, Rev. Dr. John Lawrenz will lead us in a study of the book of Daniel. What is a believer to think when the world around turns hostile, even deadly? Why does it appear that worldly powers are winning and that God’s people are losing? Daniel’s life, dreams, and visions are part of God’s answer. The battle between those who are on God’s side and those who oppose him is long. The outcome, however, is sure: God wins, the forces of darkness lose, and Daniel’s longed-for Messiah is only “seventy sevens” away. Daniel is the prophet of hope that closes the Hebrew Old Testament. Click here for class video and materials.



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Sermon Study Growth Groups

Beginning next week
Sermon Study Growth Groups are making their return this spring! Hosted and led by St. John’s members, Growth Groups are designed to provide a comfortable setting for more intimate fellowship and spiritual discussion than is possible in a large-group Bible study. Click here for all the details, including a schedule, FAQ, and a registration link.



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Sermon Study Growth Groups

Beginning the week of April 17
Sermon Study Growth Groups are making their return this spring! Hosted and led by St. John’s members, Growth Groups are designed to provide a comfortable setting for more intimate fellowship and spiritual discussion than is possible in a large-group Bible study. Click here for all the details, including a schedule, FAQ, and a registration link.



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New Sunday Morning Bible Study

Beginning this weekend, February 27
In this course, Rev. Dr. Wade Johnston (Wisconsin Lutheran College) will lead us in an exploration of one of the earliest challenges that sprang up among the congregations founded by the Apostle Paul. While the law of God is good and wise, it cannot deliver salvation. No law can do that. Salvation is a gift. Nevertheless, some insisted that Christians must still observe certain Old Testament ceremonial laws in order to be righteous. In response, Paul warned that Christ would be of no advantage to those who did so. Together we will explore why, using Paul’s Letter to the Galatians as our guide. Click here for class video and materials.



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New Sunday Morning Bible Study

Beginning February 27
In this course, Rev. Dr. Wade Johnston (Wisconsin Lutheran College) will lead us in an exploration of one of the earliest challenges that sprang up among the congregations founded by the Apostle Paul. While the law of God is good and wise, it cannot deliver salvation. No law can do that. Salvation is a gift. Nevertheless, some insisted that Christians must still observe certain Old Testament ceremonial laws in order to be righteous. In response, Paul warned that Christ would be of no advantage to those who did so. Together we will explore why, using Paul’s Letter to the Galatians as our guide. 



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