Bible Studies Link


Due to the Coronavirus and the call to stay home, all of our Bible studies are now available online using the Zoom app or you may join us in person in the Fireside Room.

Class schedule:

Sunday Morning @ 8:45 a.m. - The Book of Isaiah

Lesson for Sunday, May 16 - Lesson  # 8A - Isaiah Chapter # 13-16

or, click on this link: Sunday Morning Bible Study 


Sunday, May 16 @ 6:30 p.m. - SDG Bible Study - Romans Lesson # 24

or click on this link: Sunday Evening Bible Study

If you are in need of the password for a Bible Study, please call the church office or e-mail our pastor at no later than Sunday morning.  The earlier the better! 

You need Zoom to join a Bible Study online:

We have covered many books of the Bible with many more to come! Please feel free to download the studies for free below or pick up a hard copy at the church office for a small printing fee. Teacher's Editions of all previous studies are available upon request - email our pastor to ask for a copy:


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Upcoming Events


Sunday Morning Online Bible Study
8:45 AM to 9:45 AM
Join us each week at 8:45 a.m. for and interactive Bible Study. You can do this by joining us in the Fireside room or by using your computer, smartphone or tablet using the "Zoom" app using the link under the announcement or Bible Study tabs
Our present Bible Study is on the Prophet Isaiah
This week's lesson is Isaiah #8A - copies of the Bible Study are available under the Bible Study tab of this website.
Worship Services - onsite and digital
10:00 AM
10:00 a.m. Worship services in our sanctuary have resumed. The first Sunday of each month is Communion Sunday. Click on the sermons or announcements tab to join the online service, view previous sermons, listen to previous sermons or download the PDF of previous sermons. This Week's sermon is titled "Held Captive"
SDG Bible Study - Romans Lesson #22
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Join us for and in-depth study of the Book of Romans. This letter from St. Paul to the Church of Rome is often called "Luther's Book" because it opened his eyes to see that our salvation is a gift from God and not the result of our work. It is what led to the Reformation and the birth of the Protestant Church. Join us in person or online via Zoom using the link under the announcement or Bible Study tabs.