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 - The Holy Spirit

December 17 - February 25

This Bible study examines the Scripture texts that introduce us to the Holy Spirit--his person, his names, and the work he does for us Christians.

Upcoming Series

Philippians (starting March 3)

Wednesday Evening Bible Study


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

church basement

Current Series - How to Read the Bible

(January 3 - February 7)

Upcoming Series

Psalms (starts April 3) 

Thursday Morning bible study

Thursday Mornings

9:15 A.M. - 10:15 a.m. 

church basement

Current Series - 1 & 2 Thessalonians

January 4 - February 22

Upcoming Series

How Long, O Lord (starts February 29) - War veterans, first responders, victims of domestic abuse, and those ravaged by natural disasters experience spiritual brokenness, commonly referred to as moral injury. Their concept of who God is and how His world should work has been shattered by sin and by the devastation that sin has brought on God’s creation and into people’s lives.

Spiritual injury must be talked about by Christians who strive to care for and support their neighbors. This is where the Church can shine. We can share with others the spiritual healing that Jesus gives.

This 12-week Bible study offers comfort to those experiencing moral injury and prepares others to provide spiritual care for those suffering from the aftereffects of violence on the human spirit.