Bible Studies


Bible Studies

Adult Education Bible Study Opportunities
All classes welcome newcomers at any time!

Sunday - 9:00 am - January 14 - February 11 a video study of the Reformation; come to view the video and participate in the discussion following each week; facilitated by Brooks Reid in the Senior High Room

10:30 am - New video series starts January 7, “The Apocryphal Jesus,” presented by professor David Brakke of Ohio State University,  which will consider the image of Jesus created by the non-canonical writings of the New Testament era.  There are “an astonishing variety of early Christian writings that survive outside the canon of the New Testament.  In many cases, these works look like, draw from, and expand upon New Testament writings.”  This course is  facilitated by Jim Clinton in Room 202.

7:00 pm - a study of The Invitational Life by Steve Carter; the book casts a vision for non threatening conversations that point people to Christ; all are welcome to attend. Class is facilitated by Frank Mayer in the Middle School Room

Tuesday - 9:00 am -  A study of Confronting the Controversies by Adam Hamilton; we will explore, from a Biblical perspective, some of the most challenging topics of our time:  separation of church and state, creation, evolution and prayer in public schools, the death penalty, euthanasia, abortion, and homosexuality.  Class is facilitated by Frank Mayer in the Parlor for men

9:00 am - 11:00 am - Beth Moore study on David—Seeking a Heart Like His continues; facilitated by Sue Curry in Room 203.  There is no class on the second Tuesday of any month.  Contact Sue at  with questions

1:15 pm - A study of 31 Verses to Write on Your Heart by Liz Curtis Higgs started January 16; class is facilitated by Rev. Deb Roberts in her office. 


9:15 am - 11:15 am - Women on Wednesdays - study using the book, Bad Girls of the Bible and What We Can Learn From Them by Liz Curtis Higgs; facilitated by Robin Kolar and Margaret Lambka.  Register online or contact Robin or Margaret.  Childcare and activities available for infants and children through Kindergarten; takes place in Fellowship Hall and some classrooms

7:30 pm - A study of The Story Continues:  The Acts of the Apostles for Today by J. Ellsworth Kalas; facilitated by Rev. Deb Roberts in her office for women. 

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm a six week study of the book of Daniel beginning January 10 (class will not meet February 14) and ending on February 21; class is facilitated by Rev. Eric Heinekamp at Hopvine Brewing Company, 4030 Fox Valley Center Drive. 

Thursday - 6:00 am - Men’s Daybreakers Group; meets at the Coffee Bar; normally facilitated by Rev. Clinton Roberts; to be added to their e-mail list contact Joan Tanck at .

9:30 am - 11:00 am - A study of the Apostle’s Creed and the Nicene Creed using the book Presbyterian Creeds:  A guide to the Book of Confessions by Jack Rogers; facilitated by Rev. Cindy Karis in the Middle School Room; child care available

7:00 pm - This class meets the fourth Thursday of each month, and is centered around building Christian/Muslim relationships.  The book we will start with in January is The Crescent through the Eyes of the Cross by Dr. Nabeel Jabbour; contact Pat Warren or Bob Badertscher if you are interested or have questions.  Class meets in Room 203. 

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