Fellowship is the heart of First Lutheran. As we've grown to know eachother as life goes on, we've grown in the way we support one another in our joys and trials.
A key element of being able to support one another is learning more about how God loves and supports us and how we can do the same to one another (bad sentence structure). Several opportunities for Bible study are available each week.
Study content and purpose varies widely and from time to time in the same group. Always centered on the Bible as God's authoritative word, studies may be on books in the Bible itself (often involving considerable interesting historical background and context) or on topical studies about current events or issues that may be of interest to people (such as family relationships, personal planning, goal setting, ways to better communicate, and the like).
Sunday School fellowship and study is available each week at church.
People of ALL AGES are invited to adult Bible Class after Sunday service in the Sanctuary. This time of coffee, informal study, discussion, and prayer is currently being led by Richard Jordan. All materials are provided (including Bibles), and no prior experience is required.
Preschool Sunday School is in the Education Room during service, starting after "Children's Chat". Care and light activities are provided by members of the church.
WHO: Everyone: young, old, married, single, those who attend church, those who do not attend church. No prior Bible knowledge needed.
WHAT: Small Group Bible Study (Cell groups of 5-15 people), designed to grow and multiply and form new groups when they reach 12-15 people.
WHERE: At the home of a group member or at church, depending on the group.
WHEN: Groups meet weekly at various times convenient to you. Schedule available through the Church Office (925) 671-9942.
- Sunday: 6:30 pm - held in host homes, rotating from one week to the next. Contact the Church Office for directions.
- Monday: 7:00 pm - in the Education Room at church.
WHY: To increase opportunities for you to be involved in Bible study, to grow your friendship with Jesus, to develop friendships with others, to introduce others to Jesus.
HOW: You may attend a group or host a group in your home or be trained to facilitate a group, now or in the future.