Adult bible classes

2021 / 2022

“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.  Below are our Bible Class opportunities updated for the 2021/2022 year.  

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.

breakfast with the bible

Every Sunday

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

Church basement

Current Series - Apologetics

Led by Pastor Frey

As a Christian, you’re bombarded with questions about whether or not the Bible is true:

Can we prove God exists?

Hasn’t evolution been proven factual?

Was there really a worldwide flood?

If God is love, why do bad things happen?

Apologetics helps you defend biblical truth and, therefore, also your faith. Join Jan Lohmeyer in a journey to fully understand your faith. Your big questions will be answered with biblical, historical, and scientific proof, so you can defend the hope that is in you.

Upcoming Series

Creation - Lead by Mr. Brian Zunker

Acts 1 - 11 - Led by Pastor Frey

Prime Time with the lord


6:30pm - 7:30PM

church basement

Current Series - The Chosen

Upcoming Series

Apologetics - Led by Pastor Holtz

Thursday Morning bible study

Thursday Mornings

9:15 A.M. - 10:15 a.m. 

church basement

Current Series - We Still Believe and Confess

Led by Pastor Holtz

The Lutheran Confessions are among the most important documents that exist. They are an expression of our faith. They guide us in our understanding of the Bible. They help us recognize the false voices around us. Yet many of us are only vaguely familiar with their significance. Join us for the opportunity to become acquainted with these important documents once again, to see that they are just as significant today as they were when they first flowed from the struggles of the Reformation, and to grow in your confidence as you prepare to confess Christ to a world that is increasingly secular.

Upcoming Series

1 Corinthians - Led by Pastor Holtz