Bible Study

Bible Study opportunities at Zion

Sunday morning

9:00 am Bible Study for all ages. 

Younger children are learning about many Bible stories and how they apply in our lives.  Middle school age children are looking at the life and times of King David.

Adult Class is studying the writings of St. John (The Gospel According to St. John, 1-3 John, Revelation)

Men’s Bible Study

Third Tuesday of each month, 7:00-9:00pm in Luther Hall.

We are currently studying C.F.W. Walther’s Law and Gospel: How to Read and Apply the Bible.  All men are invited to participate.

Women's Bible Study

Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm held at various locations.  Contact the church office for more information.

Fellowship Bible Study 

First and third Wednesday of the month, 11:00am-12:00 pm, with a potluck following thestudy in Luther Hall.

We are studying the Old Testament book of Isaiah as we have fellowship with God and one another through this study and our meal together.  All are welcome to join and share in the meal.

Catechism Classes:

Youth Catechesis (Confirmation) ‚Äď Wednesday afternoon 3:30-5:00 pm in Luther Hall. ¬†Class begins in the fall and typically follows the school year.

Adult Catechesis (Confirmation) ‚Äď Typically Sunday‚Äôs after church until 2:00pm in the church basement. Class begins each Fall or upon interest.

This class is intended for all those new to the Christianity, who wish to become members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, or simply those who want a refresher course in the basics of the Christian faith. Catechesis is focused on learning  and strengthening the faith of the catechumen the 6 chief parts of Luther’s Small Catechism, including: The 10 Commandments, The Creed, The Lord’s Prayer, Baptism, Confession, Communion.  

Confirmation is a custom of the Church linking the catechumen (a Greek word referring to one who is receiving Christian instruction in preparation for Baptism and/or Communion to become a member in the Church) to their Baptism, celebrates the reception of the Lord's Word among them, and welcomes them to the Lord's Supper.  The Rite of Confirmation is only one step (albeit an important step) in the lifelong pilgrimage of sanctification as the Christian grows in faith in Jesus Christ and the knowledge of His Word.  The reception of catechumens to the Lord's Table assumes that ongoing catechesis is the way of life for the faithful Christian.  

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