Adult Bible Studies
Sunday Morning Classes - 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday Morning Class - 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Classes - 6:00 p.m.
Church, Ministry, and Paul's Pastoral Epistles: Pastor Hagerman - Gym
Join Pastor Hagerman on Sunday mornings for a study of what the Bible has to say about the doctrines of the church and the office of the holy ministry. Much of our time this semester will be spent reading the Pastoral Epistles of St. Paul (1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus), in which Paul gives the Bible's most comprehensive descriptions of what the office of the ministry should do. Since we at Trinity are beginning a transition in pastoral leadership, this is a great time for us to take stock of where we are as a church and what God would have us do as we minister to our community. As always, the Word of God will light our way!
The Gospel of Matthew: Bob Quebbeman - Woker Room
An in-depth study of the synoptic Gospel written by Matthew.
Unshakable HOPE: Zeke Young - Family Room
Max Lucado looks at some of the Bible's most significant promises, equipping you to overcome difficult circumstances by keeping your focus on the hope found in the promises of Scripture rather than dwelling on the problems in front of you.
(Join these classes at any time. They are all stand-alone sessions.)
Senior High Youth: Josh Sexton - Youth Room West Wing
Youth from 9th-12th grade meet to discuss Scripture and its application to high school life.
Jeremiah: Pastor Hagerman - Gym
The book of the prophet Jeremiah is the longest book of the Bible, in terms of the number of words. And the subject matter of Jeremiah is very dark, so much so that he is often called the "Weeping Prophet." Nevertheless, God's Word of grace and love for His people shines through, and His Son Jesus Christ can be clearly perceived in the pages of this book. Join Pastor Hagerman for a yearlong study of this lengthy Old Testament prophetic book and see how God uses it to speak to the struggles and joys of His church today.
Family Catechism Study: Angie Reitmeier - Gym
For: Families (2nd grade - infant children and their parents)
Each Wednesday, parents and their children will grow closer to God and to each other through this unique family Bible class experience. Families will each receive and follow "The Growing in Faith Bible" and the "My First Catechism" both from the Concordia Publishing House (CPH). They will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to bring faith formation home. Parents will work with their children through guided lessons following Biblical narratives and catechesis.
"The Talk" Through the Years: Hannah Knehans - Family Room
For: Parents and Grandparents of Adolescents
This program, called, “‘The Talk’ Through the Years: Equipping You to Biblically Teach Your Child about Love, Sex, and Dating”, (Click here for more information) is geared towards parents and grandparents of adolescent children, especially during the time of puberty and transitioning to young adulthood. This program will equip parents to form healthy relationships with their adolescents in which they will teach about development, sexuality, and relationships on a biblical foundation. Participants will receive a free copy of the book, "How to Talk Confidently with Your Child about Sex: For Parents" from CPH.