Adult bible classes

“Faith comes from hearing the message,” the Apostle Paul told the Christians in Rome. As a Christian, one of our highest privileges is to listen to God’s Word and grow in our Christian life.

St. Paul Lutheran Ministries offers opportunities for personal spiritual growth and fellowship throughout the year.  Bible Study represents a time of growth and discussion for adults of all ages. 

Please consider joining us for any of the opportunities listed below and if you have any questions or would like additional information about what St. Paul Lutheran Ministries offers, please contact us at 920-733-906.

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Sunday Mornings

9:20 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Church basement

Current Series - Genesis

January 8 - February 26

Upcoming Series

10 Lies About God (starts March 5) - “God just wants me to be happy.” “God helps those who help themselves.” How many times have you heard these sayings in secular culture or from a professing Christian? Despite their catchy, positive appeal, these sayings and others like them have dangerous implications for Christian theology.

10 Lies About God will help you see how these inaccurate beliefs distort your relationship with God and offers loving, Bible-based corrections that participants can use in response. The study is ten lessons long and will help participants respond to false teachings about God and defend what the Bible teaches.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study


6:30 p.m. - 7:30 P.M.

church basement

Current Series - 

(none - due to Wednesday night worship during the season of Lent)

Upcoming Series

Esther (starts April 12)

Thursday Morning bible study

Thursday Mornings

9:15 A.M. - 10:15 a.m. 

church basement

Current Series - Parables

January 5 - February 23

Upcoming Series

Irreconcilable (starts March 2) - They seemed to follow Jesus almost as closely as his disciples did, but their motive was often very different. In so many gospel accounts about the life of Jesus, they were visible—sometimes in the background, often in his face. They weren’t there to learn in humility. Rather, they listened intently, hoping they could catch him speaking false doctrine or saying something they could use to discredit him before his followers. Of course, we are talking about the Pharisees. The Pharisees are the bad guys in the gospel accounts. They imagined they were the spiritual models for the Jewish nation, but they were forever clashing with the very Son of God. Though some have suggested that Jesus’ message bore a resemblance to the message of the Pharisees, a closer look reveals that they were irreconcilable.

In our Bible study, Irreconcilable!, we will take an in-depth look at the Pharisees and the teachings that brought them in conflict with Jesus. We do that, not simply as an academic study, but to fortify ourselves against the leaven of the Pharisees that often lurks within our own hearts and to show even more clearly how the message of salvation is superior through Jesus.