Bible Studies

Pastor Cheryl leads a bible study each Monday from 10:30-noon in the church parlor.

You are welcome to join at any time.

Current: “Sent: Delivering the Gift of Hope,” an Advent Study by Jorge Acevedo and others

Whether or not you participate in these studies, if you need a Bible, please ask Pastor Cheryl.

Gems from Bible Study: “The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit work separately but simultaneously as one movement, one free-flowing energy of divine love. It is one dance, with three dancers, all in such perfect synchronicity that their separateness is indistinguishable from the other…It begins with the relationships that God maintains within the Godhead, and it extends outwardly, inviting all of creation to take part of that dance.” ~ Magrey deVega

“I’m not the man I used to be and I’m not yet the man I’d like to be, but I’m more the man God wants me to be than I’ve ever been before.” ~ J. Harnish

Past studies:

Summer 2015 – The Book of Hebrews by Rev. Meachen

April 2015 – “The Christian Agnostic” seeking an answer to the question of whether God exists.

February  2015 – Lenten Bible Study “A Disciple’s Heart: Growing in Love and Grace” which seeks to reclaim and reinterpret Wesley’s idea of “Christian perfection” and create strong church community bonds.

January 2015 “This Holy Mystery: A United Methodist Understanding of Holy Communion” Gayle Carlton Felton

Advent 2014 “Mary Had a Baby” Cheryl Kirk-Duggan (an Advent study based on African-American spirituals)

May 2014 “Wesley: A Heart Transformed Can Change the World”

“By Water and the Spirit: A United Methodist Understanding of Baptism” Gayle Carlton Felton

“The Shack” William P. Young

“Christmas from the Backside” J. Ellsworth Kalas

“What Wondrous Love” Thomas G. Long on the art of John  August Swanson

“The Journey: Walking the Road to Bethlehem” Adam Hamilton

2013-14 Disciple 1: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study

Ongoing: Monday Morning Quarterback – a discussion of the previous Sunday’s scripture and sermon and how we may enact our faith in the world.


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