Bible Study

bibleAdults have the opportunity to study God’s word in different settings. From September through June a group meets for an hour on Tuesday mornings in the Parish Center.

Other Bible study groups are led by lay people. Meetings are held at the church and in the homes of members. Groups are formed as topics of interest are identified. See the newsletter for details of day, time, place, and subject.

You are welcome to attend any meeting. Please bring your Bible with you. Bibles will be available if you have forgotten your own, but using your own allows you to share your translation along with others which adds to our insight.

An Introduction to Bible Study at Home

Everything written in the Scriptures was written to teach us, in order that we might have hope through the patience and encouragement which the Scriptures give us.
Romans 15.4 (Good News Translation)

Getting the Most Out of Your Daily Bible Reading
As you read the Bible each day, allow the Scriptures to speak to you. This daily “dialogue” between you and the biblical text will reveal new understandings about God, and about yourself.

  • Pray with focus and openness to see what God has for you. God, connect with me here, as I seek you in your Word.
  • Read the selected section of Scripture slowly. Take note of intriguing words and phrases. Read them a second time.
  • Reflect on what strikes you as you read. Thing through what God is communicating to you at this point in your life.
  • Respond to the passage. Speak to God directly about what’s on your mind and heart. Look for ways to live out what you’ve uncovered.

Enhance your daily Bible reading with a daily devotional keyed to each day’s reading by clicking here.