Grace Lutheran Church wants everyone to know what we believe and why we believe it. We offer classes for adults and children to come to know and then to continue to grow in the knowledge of their Savior. Classes are arranged and lessons are designed to explain the Savior to new Christians or those newly interested in Christianity as well as Grace members desiring more in-depth Bible study.
Sunday Morning Bible Classes
Adult Bible Classes are held year round on Sunday mornings from 9:30am – 10:30am (between our first and second services). Parents with children are still able to attend as we hold Sunday School classes at the same time as well as a Teen Bible Study for our high school students. Children meet in the Sanctuary for singing and then proceed to the appropriate school classrooms to continue their studies. The Teen Bible Study meets in the Teen Room.
Weekday Bible Classes
We are truly blessed at Grace with multiple opportunities to learn about God’s Word. Weekday Bible Classes meet September – May.
- Tuesday Afternoon – 2:00 pm
- Wednesday Evening – 7:00 pm
- Friday Morning – 10:00 am
Adult Bible Information Classes (BIC)
This is our Bible Information Class which covers the basics of Christianity and the doctrines of our church. It is intended for prospective members as well as current members who might want a refresher. It is held on four Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Lunch is served. The series of four Super Saturdays are scheduled twice each year (January – April and September – December) one Saturday per month for four consecutive months.
Dates for this series of classes in 2018 are: January 27, February 24, March 17, and April 14.
Dates for the next series of classes in 2018 are: September 22, October 20, November 17, and December 8.
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Fall/Winter 2017 Bible Classes
Take a look at the Bible classes and plan to attend one or more.
Sunday Morning: The Book of 1 John
This study on the New Testament book of 1 John focuses first on God’s love for us in Christ and then on our love for God and others. It will address John’s themes of repentance, faith, love, and confidence before God. This class will meet in the Fellowship Hall with Pastor Clark. (Begins January 14)
Sunday Morning: Sanctification: Alive in Christ
This Bible study looks at sanctification – how the Holy Spirit sanctifies us through the Gospel and how our daily lives reflect sanctification in terms of motivation and actions. This class will meet in Room 6 with Pastor Jacobson. (Begins January 14)
Tuesday Afternoon: God’s Providence
The focus of this class is how God controls everything, from world events to our everyday lives. This class will be taught by Vicar Bence. (Fellowship Hall)
Wednesday Evening: Letter to the Hebrews
The early Christians faced many challenges just as we do today. The Book of Hebrews reminds us who Jesus is and reassures us with the timeless message: Don’t forsake Jesus! You will be encouraged to “hold firmly to the faith we profess” (Hebrews 4:14). Pastor Jacobson will teach this class. (Fellowship Hall)
Friday Morning: Luther’s 95 Theses: The Start of the Reformation
This class will take an in depth look at a variety of issues listed for debate in Luther’s 95 Theses. It’s a great way to gain a better insight into what initially prompted the Reformation. Pastor Siegler will teach this class. (Fellowship Hall)