Sunday Morning Bible Class
ADULT CATECHESIS (BIBLE STUDY)
Our aim as Christians is a life of faith and devotion. To this end, the following Bible Classes are offered this year and taught by our Pastor. All Bible Studies are held in our recently-renovated Memorial Hall.
- Coffee Break Bible Study — Thursday Mornings 9:15 am
- Isaiah, chapters 40-55
Oftentimes Lutherans and other Christians characterize the Bible by saying, "the Old Testament is law; the New Testament is Gospel." Anyone who has said that has not read the book of Isaiah. Isaiah is full of Gospel promises, pointing to the One Who would redeem us from our sins by dying a horrible death on the rross. These chapters from Isaiah (to be studied upon the completeion of the Peacemakers bible study) will be an excellent preparation for the season of Lent, becauas of these very Gospel themes found in these chapters. You are cordially invited to bring one or more friends to our Thursday Morning Study, held in Memorial Hall.
- Sunday Mornings following Divine Service
- Matthew chapters 1-11.
In this study we will examine Jesus' nativity, the visit of the Magi, the person and work of John the Baptist, and the ministry of Jesus, focusing upon His extensive Sermon on the Mount.
|Are you a family with young children (under the age of 4)? Would you like to come to our Sunday morning Bible Study, but you need childcare for your young children? We can help! Nursery care is available for all children under the Sunday School age (age 4) so that parents can attend the Sunday Morning Bible Class.||
God's Hand in Our Lives - A Sunday School Program
In obedience to our Lord's command to "Go and make disciples of all nations...", members of the Church of the Lutheran Confession created a project to produce a Sunday School series which can be used by not only its own membership, but also by anyone wishing to help children become more familiar with the most important book in their lives, the Bible. Their hope is that those who will use this series will bring to themselves and their children a greater understanding of their Savior Jesus Christ who was born, died and rose from the dead to save all people. It is only through that message that anyone can share eternal life with that Savior in heaven. You can find these resources at this location.
Emmanuel Lutheran's Sunday School chose to use this curriculum, not only because it is reproducible and saves the Sunday School money to use in other ways, but because it moves children through Bible Sturies of the entire Bible in an orderly, progressive way, thus showing students that God had, and still has, a plan for our salvation ... God truly has a hand in each of our lives.
Vacation Bible School