Bible Study Opportunities

Weekday Bible Study sessions provide adults with the opportunity to study a book of the Bible from start to finish in a relaxed atmosphere. We offer short term and ongoing studies to accommodate a variety of schedules and interests. No previous Bible study experience is required!

Chapter by Chapter: Wednesdays at 10:45 am, an ongoing study group meets. This group makes its way through the Bible - chapter by chapter. Although it is an ongoing group, individuals are welcome to join in the discussion anytime. This study is lead by the Pastoral staff. The group is currently studying the gospel of Matthew.

Short Term Studies: We offer a variety of short term studies on Tuesday evenings from 5:45-6:45 pm. Studies may include a book, DVD clips or guest presenters. The group is currently reading through the book of Matthew. 

Women's Bible Study: We also offer a once a month Women's Bible Study, held on the third Thursday, at 10:30 am. This study uses the Gather Magazine Bible study. All are welcome to join the discussion at any time. This study is led by Sunni Richardson, Director of Discipleship.

Sunday Adult Forum

dscn2747Adult Forum is an opportunity for lecture and dialog focusing on timely topical sessions and series. Adult Forum meets each Sunday morning at 9:30 am in the Chapel. Come when and as often as you want!



The upcoming schedule includes:

June 4 - Join us in the Activity Center for the retirement celebration of Bonita Johnsen.
June 11Science Café: DNA and the Nebraska Innocence Project – Factors that contribute to wrongful convictions, the science behind false convictions and promising legal reforms in state law to ensure no innocent person is convicted; Amy Miller, Legal Director, ACLU of NE and Dr. Bornstein, Professor of Psychology, UNL.
June 18 - Join us in the Activity Center for the VBS Celebration.
June 25 - ADHD and Sensory Issues and Summer Activities – How summer activities can help elementary-aged students with ADHD and sensory issues be more ready for school in the fall; Vicki Depenbusch, Autism Family Network.

Faith to Go!

Early risers are invited to Faith To Go! to learn from each other and discuss stories of faith in daily living. Each session features a different congregational member who shares their life experiences and where they have seen God's hand in their life's journey.

Faith To Go! gathers at the church every 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 6:30-7:30 am for a light breakfast, coffee and great conversation. For more information, contact Tera Beermann or Sunni Richardson, Director of Discipleship.

Monthly Book Discussionsthe-invention-of-wings

Each month of the year a book is selected as a featured reading for discussion. There is no membership to this group. Attendance varies every month based on interest and availability. Anyone can come at any time!

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd is the featured book for June. It is set in 19th century Charleston. On Sarah's eleventh birthday she is given ownership of ten year old, Handful, who is to be her handmaid. Follow their remarkable journey over the next thirty five years as both strive for a life of their own. This exquisitely written novel looks at women whose struggles for liberation, empowerment and expression will leave no reader unmoved. Book is $10. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to order.

What's Next...Life in Transition

There are times in our lives when we need to step back, engage in conversation with others and figure out where we are headed. What's Next? is designed to help you walk through these times of transition. Together, with a small group of cohorts who are on their own journey, we will explore gifts and strengths, wants and needs, dreams and realistic goals and get you started down the road again. The group will meet 6 times for about 2 hours each time, starting in June 2017. Dates and times will be determined once we have a group assembled. Cost is $20 and covers all program materials. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested.