Sabbath Morning Study Groups
Adult Bible Study
Sabbath Quarterly - Stewardship room 11
Desire of Ages by Ellen G. White room 10
Young Adult Class - Sabbath Quarterly - Stewardship room 1
Children's Bible Study Groups
4 age appropriate classes
Tuesday afternoon women's study group
room 1 Leader: Bonnie Wilbur
Wednesday evening study groups
"Hope and Health," starting on Nov 14 at 6:30 pm, is an eight part series about eight simple, proven and enjoyable God-given gifts that can greatly improve our health and give us hope. We will meet in the pastor's study at the back of the church on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m.
A light, healthy meal will be provided
Men and Women's Bible study groups
On the 1st and 3rd Wednesday we will meet for bible study and fellowship. Wednesday evenings 6:30 - 8 p.m.
(A light supper is served.)
All are invited to come join us in a relaxed evening studying God's word with new friends.
NOT YOUR AVERAGE BOOK
It's the world's best-selling book and yet it is generally the least read in any household. Written several thousand years ago, it could certainly seem irrelevant at first glance. The fact that it is a tome can also be an enormously daunting prospect, especially when you are time-poor.
But the Bible isn't just your average book. It's a love letter, storybook, history lesson, self-help guide and collection of inspirational quotes all rolled into one.
Research done by Baylor University found that Christians who read the Bible are more likely to actively seek social and economic justice; believe it's important to consume or use fewer goods; and are less likely to view religion and science as incompatible, among other moral and political issues.
Then there's another study published in the Mental Health, Religion and Culture journal, which showed that "Bible reading makes a small but unique contribution to promoting a sense of purpose in life among [13-15-year-olds]."
And yet, those aren't the main reasons why Adventists study the Bible. We read the Bible to get to know the God who loves us; to learn from the stories and experiences of others; to discover the history of our origins; to be amazed by prophecy; to gain insight on how to live our lives; and to read God's many promises that give us hope, peace and confidence.
In a nutshell, Adventists study the Bible because they are in love with the Word, "and the Word was God" (John 1:1)