Every Sunday at 9:30 am, in the Fellowship Hall.
Before the Divine Service, we examine in more detail one of the readings appointed for the day. At the end of spring, we examined our Old Testament lesson Malachi 3:1-7b and found how the text points ahead toward its fulfillment in John the Baptist, and what 'preparing the way' meant in this context.
Every Wednesday night after Chapel, in the Lounge.
Every Wednesday, Pastor Bill provides pizza (or tacos) and a prepared study, and our last study of the spring we checked out the motivations of the man who started the Reformation back in 1517 - and recalled why his uncovering of Biblical truths is still important for us today.
Every Wednesday night at 6:15 pm.
Join us every Wednesday for chapel in our sanctuary. We open with a beginning hymn, a selected reading, and a short sermon before closing with prayers and another hymn. It is about a half hour, and a blessed comfort for busy students in need of hearing hope in the midst of the week.
Every Thursday at 7:00 pm, in the Lounge.
This study is informal and any student is welcome to bring different topics of discussion each week.
Various topics include focus on Biblical books, current events, Lutheran theology or other pertinent topics.
Our last study in May contained a meal of chicken and dumplings, and then a look at how the sinful woman in Luke 7:36-50 responded to Jesus' love to her, and what cause and effect played into the forgiveness of her sins that day.