Faith Builder: Bible Study
All adults are invited to our Bible study which meets in the choir room during the Sunday School hour from 9:45 am til 10:45am. Our study is an informal discussion style class, making use of cultural and historical information as we attempt to understand the events and people of the Bible. We are always looking for the themes of God’s will and mercy down through the ages.This class is taught by Nancy Clark.
Studies have included the history of Israel, especially the kingdom period from Saul to the tragic fall of Jerusalem and the Babylonian exile, the book of Hebrews, the Creed, and the Psalms. It’s not necessary to sign up or register. We are happy to see new members and guests at any time!!
Faith Builder: Women’s Connection
Women’s Connection is a group that meets most Sundays when there is Sunday School from 9:45-10:45. Women of all ages and stages of life are welcome to attend. The purpose of the group is to foster connections between the women of Reformation, provide time for female fellowship and faith exploration in a caring supportive environment. Generally, each meeting starts with a care check time followed by a short devotional or some other discussion material and then ends with prayer. Topics and discussion material are chosen by the group. Meetings are led by various members of the group. Meetings are held in the Women’s Connection room in between the library and the R.O.C.K youth room. New members are welcome at any point in time!
For more information contact Sarah Bocian at 610-325-8206 or via email.
Faith Builder: Special Studies
Throughout the year special studies are offered for 1-5 week periods. These studies are held in Creighton Hall during our Sunday education hour (9:45-10:45 am).
Topics have included Lutheran history and witness, NOOMA videos by Rob Bell, Advent Discussions, and Lent Book Studies.
Please look to the right of this page or see the monthly newsletter for all upcoming classes and topics. All are welcome! Contact Deacon Beth Barkhau for more information.