New Thursday Bible Study for April-May

Beginning April 8, 2021

10:30 a.m. @ Downtown Campus in the Downstairs Library Room

In the story of the exodus we discover that God prepares, calls, leads, and forgives a chosen people, then and now.

This six-session adult study considers the stories of Exodus to be the central stories of the Hebrew Scriptures. 

April 8--A Page Is Turned: How Is God Preparing Us to Continue the Story? Exodus 1:8-14; 1:22-2:22

April 15-- Discerning the Call: Why Me Couldn’t Someone Else Go Instead? Exodus 3:1-16; 4:10-17

April 22--A Plague on Your House: How Is God at Work in Human History? Exodus 7:1-13; 12:1-14

April 29--Let My People Go! How Does God Lead and Provide for the Needs of All? Exodus 14:19-15:1; 16:11-15

May 6--Laying Down the Law: What Does God Expect from Us? Exodus 20:1-21

May 13--Don’t Have a Cow! How Does God Deal with Those Who Fail to Meet Expectations? Exodus 32:1-20, 30-35

Please enter through the downstairs door from the church parking lot, turn left at the hallway and proceed to the end of the hall.



Christianity without discipleship is always Christianity without Christ.

Just as love of God begins with listening to his word, so the beginning of love for our brothers and sisters is learning to listen to them.
―  (Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Life Together)

We Are Becoming

This life is not devoutness, but becoming devout;

not health, but becoming healthy;
not being, but becoming, and
not resting, but doing.

We are not yet what we should be, but we are becoming what we should be.

Martin Luther, Meditation on Philippians 3:13

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