Adult Fellowship/Bible Study after worship (9:30 a.m.)
Sunday Bible Study—Pastor Steve will lead participants in the 9:30 Adult Education Hour through a resource called Joy: Fully Lutheran. Written by Rev. Matthew Harrison, president of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Joy Fully Lutheran a “state of the union” message, describing both the challenges of the LCMS and how we can face them. Join Pastor Steve on Sunday mornings between services! Adult Bible study begins at 9:30 a.m. in the auditorium. Bring a friend! Contact Pastor Steve if you have any questions. 952-473-1281
Youth Group Sunday Bible Study
We will meet in the house between services (9:30-10:20) and will begin walking our way through the Bible starting on Sunday, September 9th! If you would like to be added to our weekly email distribution list, know someone who should be added or have questions, ideas or suggestions for the youth group, please email Annette Vetse at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text at 612-245-1409.
Women's Bible Studies
Wednesday Morning Women’s Bible Study invites you to join them for a study on the Twelve Disciples. Each week we will look at one specific disciple and the impact that spending three years with Jesus had on him. So, feel free to drop into this Bible Study as your schedule permits. We meet every Wednesday morning at 10:00 in the Gathering Room. Come and join us! For more information contact Mary Sund at 763-233-2417 or Linda Krantz at 763-476-0587.
Men's Bible Studies
Men’s Bible Study –Meets Saturday mornings at Folkestone located at Wayzata 100 Promenade Avenue. from 7 to 8:00 a.m. in the Folkestone Auditorium, Come and will finish the study titled “Bigger Than Me.” New study begins November 2, “Stepping Up: A Call to Courageous Manhood” Questions, please contact: Gordy Engel 612-709-4879 or Dan Oie at 763-221-9123
LifeLight Bible Study hopes you will join us for a 9-week study of the two New Testament books James and Jude, held each Thursday, from 9:30-- 11:30 am in the Conference room. James, a brother of Jesus and a leader in the early Jerusalem church, describes "the type of life a Christian should live, as a child of God whose life is molded by the gospel of God's grace.” Jude, who describes himself as a brother of James, encourages us, "Keep yourselves in God's love as you wait for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to bring you to eternal life.” Come anytime you can. Questions? Ask Judymae Bowers (763-476-0913) or Eva McAtee (763-476-1827).