Being a Christian – Advice from Paul in Romans 12
Watch Brief Daily Devotionals and Wednesday Worship Services Here
Additional Spiritual Growth Resources
~ Prayer Resources available here.
~ Encouraging Scripture passages available here.
~ “The Story of Jesus” in chronological order Scripture Readings for 2021 available here.
~ The class notes for this chronological journey through the life of Jesus Christ available here.
Please see our Youth and Family page for more info on educational opportunities for Kids and Young Adults.
Contact Molly Farrin at email@example.com for more information.
Men’s Bible Study
The Men’s Club is meeting the third Wednesday of every month at 7 pmm via Zoom. Please email Pastor Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All men we welcome!
Zoom Bible Study – Thursdays at 1:30 pm; followed by Virtual Communion
Join us as we discuss the coming week’s Lectionary Scripture readings. Please email Pastor Jen at email@example.com if you would like to receive the Zoom invitation
Women’s Bible Study – “Holy Envy”
The Ruth Circle of the Women’s Group is meeting the first Saturday of every month at 8 am via Zoom. We are beginning a new study of “Holy Envy” by Barbara Brown Taylor, recounting her experiences as a Christian pastor teaching World Religions at the college level.
Please email Pastor Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All women we welcome!
Adult Education Archive
ELCA Social Statements
“Come, Holy Spirit”
“The Story of Jesus: from Birth to Death to Life”
The class notes for this chronological journey through the life of Jesus Christ are available here.
The class notes for this five-part series on the religions of the world are available here.
“Women and Justice”: ELCA Draft Social Statement for Study and Response
The St. John’s study of the ELCA Social Statement “Women and Justice,” is available as a free download at http://elca.org/womenandjustice.
“Holy Conversations”: Sharing Jesus Christ with the People in our Lives (Spring 2018)
As followers of Jesus Christ, we are all called to share his good news in our words and actions, in our community, in how we live our lives; in other words, we are called to have ‘holy conversations’ with others. This study was based on the book “Holy Conversation: Talking About God in Everyday Life” by Richard Peace. Class outline is available here.
Class on “The Bible and Homosexuality”
In winter 2017, Pastor Jen led a six-session Bible study on “The Bible and Homosexuality,” as we continue to have an open, gracious, respectful, Biblically-based, Christ-centered conversation on this subject. Please let Pastor Jen know if you have questions or would like additional information. She can be reached through the church office.
Notes are available here.
Reformation Study – Luther’s “The Freedom of a Christian”
Class outline available here Freedom Of A Christian Class 2017.