Studying God’s Word will change your life, if you put what you learn into practice.
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. Psalm 119:105 (KJV)
Sunday School Class
Morning Prayer Group
Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:30 am in the ChapelSenior Pastor Bill Pfohl leads this ongoing Bible study through books of the Bible. Bill encourages participants to ask the all important question, “What is the passage saying to you?” No preparation is required. Each week, the group moves through the chosen book of study from the Bible, chapter by chapter. Bill offers historical and theological context; the group shares personal perspective and observations.
Currently, we will look at the Holy Week story--the passion and resurrection of Jesus Christ -- in all four Gospels and explore how the death and resurrection is foundational to Christian faith as understood by the New Testament writers.
time to be determined: possibly Tues. or Thurs. mid morning or Fri. early afternoon
Are you hungry for greater intimacy with God?Do you desire a fresh touch from Christ?Do know a lot about God, but want to really know Him?
Do you wish you could learn to hear God's voice? Do you spend a lot of time doing or serving God, but little time resting in His presence?
You are invited to join a small group of those seeking to delve more deeply into the heart of God through exploring Christian spiritual disciplines, rooted in scripture, such as listening prayer, meditation, scriptural praying, recollective prayer. It is a rich and wonderful journey of transformation!
We will meet once a week - time to be determined: possibly Tues or Thursday mid morning, or Friday, early afternoon. Please contact Robin Ideström.
Thursday, 9:45 – 11:30 am in the Carriage House ( We follow school schedule; do not meet during school vacations and weather cancellations.)Come join us while we study God’s word, discuss God’s truth, and encourage and support one another on our journey. This is an ongoing fun group, made up of women from different faith backgrounds and ages. We look forward to having new members join us at any time. We are currently studying Women of the Bible. For more information, contact Debbie Ahle.
Come join Pastor Pfohl for some deeper analysis of the biblical text and sermon. Meet us in the chapel at 12:15 p.m. Drop-ins are always welcome.
6:30pm, 2nd and 4th Mondays in the ChapelLocation: ChapelThe main theme of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians is “the Church, which is the body of Christ.” Join us two Mondays each month as we discover what Paul meant and the significance of our role in God’s grand narrative. We are a small group of men and women that formed during the spring Lenten study. We found our time together so meaningful we wanted to keep meeting so we could continue to learn, pray and care for one another. We look forward to having new people join our circle. If you wonder if this might be for you, reach out to Steve to find out more.Contact: Steve Haberlein
Sunday morning, 10:00 am in the ParlorJoin us each week as we analyze current major events in the news in a lively, honest discussion that digs deep into how group members can apply Scripture to a better understanding of what’s happening in the world today. Members receive a weekly email with the week’s topic, relevant Bible passages, and questions to encourage discussion. Whether you just want to join us for particular topics or to be a part of an ongoing discussion of today’s events through a Scriptural lens, all are welcome, and we hope you’ll join us.All are welcome to receive the weekly email, whether you can make it to the class or not. Contact Mark Hankla to be put on the list. For more information contact Mark Hankla
Sunday 10:05 - 10:55am in the Chapel
Confronting the Controversies by Adam Hamilton is a 7-session study that examines some of the “tough issues” we often struggle with individually and as a community. Come and wrestle with us as we seek a Bibical perspective and examine how our own opinions came to be. This book offers the foundation for healthy dialogue when we don’t all share the same opinion. (See Friday Book Club, which has also selected this book for discussion.)Topics included:
· The Separation of Church and State· Creation and Evolution in the Public Schools· The Death Penalty· Euthanasia· Prayer in Public Schools· Abortion· Homosexuality
Be a part of a growing circle that has found a powerful and influential way to begin the week by joining together in prayer for our church, community, nation and world.First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions and thanksgivings be made for everyone, 2 for kings and all who are in high positions, so that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and dignity. 3 This is right and is acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, 4 who desires everyone to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth. 1 Timothy 2:1-4Day / Time: 8:00-8:55am, Monday morningsLocation: Chapel Contact: Harriet Yamashita,