Adult Classes – Sundays – 9:45 to 10:45 AM
Augsburg Bible Study Class – Classroom 3
The Augsburg Adult Bible Study uses the Augsburg curriculum and materials for ongoing Bible study throughout the year. This class meets through the summer as well.
Facilitated by: Jim Dicke and Vic Lebsock
This quarter the Augsburg Adult Bible Study focuses on Covenants with God. The rainbow is God’s covenant with every living thing. The covenants follow with Abraham, Moses and David; also the priest Phinehas and the promise to Israel through Jeremiah. The new covenant of pure grace is given through Christ as our mediator who provides our atonement/forgiveness of sins through the covenant of the Lord’s supper. Join us to study and discuss how God interacts with us!
Embarked Sunday School Class – Miller Building (Tadpole Classroom)
Our class will convene in the Narthex on Rally Day (Sept 10th) and meet in the tent out front to talk about what the class wants to study this coming year. We look forward to being with you this year!
Led by: Barbara & Tommy Oates and Glenna & Dan Sears
Topical Studies Roundtable – Conference Room (accessed via Fellowship Hall)
The Topical Studies Roundtable is a discussion of topics of note within the church and within our communities. This class does not have a specific curriculum, but is a freewheeling, participant-driven conversation about the issues of the day and how those issues influence our lives as Lutheran Christians.
Our class will begin this year by looking at Wm. Paul Young’s book (now a movie) “The Shack.” We will watch the movie and try to understand Young’s views regarding the nature of God, as revealed through a tragic storyline. It has been called “a modern day parable.” .
Moderated by: John Herrmann