We have the gift of God’s Word—inspired by God, preserved by the Holy Spirit and interpreted by the Reformed tradition—to help us understand God’s plan, our Savior Jesus Christ, human nature, and how to live. Studying God’s Word in both the Old and New Testaments is a vital part of the Christian life.
We want you to find a Bible Study class or group that’s right for you. There are Bible studies on Sunday mornings, and throughout the rest of the week:
Saturday Morning Bible Study
Saturdays, 8:30–10 a.m., Satellite Library
A Bible lesson followed by group conversation. We are studying the Letter of James.
Contact: Angela Bouma
Community Bible Study
Thursdays, 7–9 p.m., Agencies 105
This 30-lesson in-depth study of Paul’s Letter to the Romans is undoubtedly Paul’s most important epistle, containing the most formal and systematic development of the doctrine of salvation—righteousness coming as a free gift from God, being received by faith alone.
Women’s Bible Study: "God with Us"
Saturdays, 9:30–11 a.m.
Church Room 105 | Leaders: Sandy Sharpe and Barbara Mitchell
This study will show how the hoped-for Messiah (Jesus) is revealed in the wilderness Tabernacle. Designed by God, the Tabernacle, gives us a greater appreciation of God’s unending desire to dwell in our midst, help us understand God's plan of redemption, and allow us to better understand our call to live "holy unto Him."