Bible Study

    For Preschool-6th Grade
  • After worship each week (during the school year), Sunday School is held for anyone ages preschool through 6th grade.

    Due to COVID-19 precautions, Sunday School is not currently meeting. Instead, we are encouraging families to make use of an at-home Sunday School that is being prepared by our Synod's publishing house. You can view the Sunday School videos here.
    For 6th-8th Graders
  • As a child of the congregation enters the 6th grade, that child is encouraged to attend three years of Confirmation instruction. This gives them an opportunity to study the teachings of the Bible. Through these three years of study, the child learns the basic truths of the Bible. He/she grows in his/her faith. At the end of these three years of study, each child is given the opportunity to profess their Christian faith and to make promises to remain connected to the use of God's Word for the rest of their lives. This is called their Confirmation day.

    These three years of instruction are not the end of studying God's Word. Confirmation is not graduation, but rather these years of Bible study prepare each child for a lifelong study of God's Word. 

    Please contact pastor to enroll your child in the Youth Confirmation Class.
    For Adults
  • During the school year, Pastor leads an Adult Bible Study each Tuesday at both 10:00 am and 7:00 pm. All are invited. Although this is primarily geared toward adults, any age can benefit from this study. 
    For Anyone Wanting To Learn More
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about the Bible is encouraged to attend our "Alive with Christ" Bible Class.

    "Alive with Christ" is an adult version of Confirmation Class. It is an opportunity for you to learn more about the Bible, to ask any questions that you might have, and to seek spiritual advice.

    Anyone seeking membership at St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church is encouraged to go through this time of Bible Study. Also, anyone who just wants to learn more and to have another opportunity to grow in their faith.

    This study can be taught in a group or individual setting. Please let pastor know that you are interested in setting up a time to study.