St. Paul’s has two weekly Bible studies during the school year (September-May):
Sunday Mornings during our Education Hour at 9:00am – The Gospel of Mark
Tuesday Afternoons at 3:00pm: Making Sense of Scripture by David J. Lose (March 1, 2016 – ??)
We also have a mid-week study during the season of Lent (five weeks) on Wednesday evenings that includes dinner and conversation.
During the last few years, our studies have included the following:
Bible: Intro to the Bible, Intro to Paul’s Letters, Genesis, Exodus, The Passion of Jesus in the Four Gospels, Romans, Philemon, The Birth Narratives of Jesus (Matthew 1-2 and Luke 1-2), The Gospel of Matthew, The Gospel of Mark
History: Overview of Church History, Lutheranism since Augsburg (1530 – present), “The Great Emergence” (Late 19th c. – present), Worship and Liturgy, Religious Violence: Past and Present
Theology: Survey of Religious Traditions (Christian and non-Christian), Holy Communion, Prayer
Social Statements of the ELCA: “The Church in Society: A Lutheran Perspective”, “Abortion”, “The Death Penalty”, “Health and Healthcare: Our Shared Endeavor”, The Church and Criminal Justice: Hearing the Cries”
All are welcome to join us this fall as we continue exploring God’s word and how that word continues to form us as disciples of Jesus Christ.