Fall 2021 Bible Studies Launch in September

Fall 2021 Bible Studies Launch in September

Our Adult Ministry offers discipleship opportunities throughout the year for adults to dive deeper into the Word with others in community. In September, we kick off three new studies: one on Tuesday mornings and two on Wednesday evenings.
Never Alone
Tuesdays
Sep 7-Oct 12
9:30am
Fellowship Hall
Bernie Dickson, facilitator
In her study of women in the Bible, Tiffany Bluhm seeks to offer hope to women by looking at the depth of divine love, revealed in Jesus Christ through his encounters with suffering and hurting women.
This study looks at six biblical women, suffering from wounds both physical and social, who receive healing from an encounter with the love of Christ, and are made whole by grace.
Come experience God’s grace and loving kindness revealed in Scripture.

The Names of God: His Character Revealed
Wednesdays
Sep 8-Oct 20
6:30pm
N194
Jacqueline Payne, facilitator
From El to Father, the incomprehensible, yet personal, being that we often call “God” has had many names throughout histories and cultures.
This study by Melissa Spoelstra seeks to understand God by studying the names attributed to God in Scripture. To know a name is to know person, and to know the names of God is to know God more deeply and personally.
Childcare is available with a reservation.
Called: Hearing and Responding to God’s Voice
Wednesdays
Sep 15-Oct 27
6:30pm
N192
Alycia Segner, facilitator
This study will explore six biblical stories where ordinary people’s lives are transformed by a call from God.
Written by Rev. Susan Robb, a Highland Park UMC pastor with decades of ministry experience, this six-week study will end with a Q&A and book signing by the author on October 27.
Come and learn, in community, how to listen to the voice of God and discover where God is calling you.
Childcare is available with a reservation.