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Sunday Worship Schedule

8:45 – 9:30 am         Bible Classes 

9:30 – 9:55 am         Fellowship – coffee, juice, muffins in the Art Room

10:00 – 11:00 am     Worship Service

Bible studies are offered for youth – grades 8 through 12 – and adults every Sunday morning. Listed below are the classes and dates to remember that will help you in your walk with Christ.

8:45 am Sunday Morning Bible Classes

Hope Lutheran offers several Bible Classes every Sunday Morning. We hope that you can join us for one.

  Youth Study – Led by Marie

Grades 8-12

Meets in the Sunday School Office

Adult Study – Led by Bill

Meets in the Fireside Room

Adult Study – Led by Gary

Meets in the Technology Room

September 10th College, Campus Ministry, God Using Me What About The LCMS and Homosexuality, Marriage and Living Together? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
September 17th College, Campus Ministry, God Using Me What About The LCMS and Homosexuality, Marriage and Living Together? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
September 24th What About The LCMS and Homosexuality, Marriage and Living Together? What About the LCMS and the ELCA (inerrancy of the Bible, ordination of women, the Lord’s Supper…)? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
October 1st What About The LCMS and Homosexuality, Marriage and Living Together? What About the LCMS and the ELCA (inerrancy of the Bible, ordination of women, the Lord’s Supper…)? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
October 8th What About the LCMS and the ELCA (inerrancy of the Bible, ordination of women, the Lord’s Supper…)? What About Abortion and the Right to Life? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
October 15th What About the LCMS and the ELCA (inerrancy of the Bible, ordination of women, the Lord’s Supper…)? What About Abortion and the Right to Life? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
October 22nd What About Abortion and the Right to Life? What About Creation and Evolution? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
October 29th What About Abortion and the Right to Life? What About Creation and Evolution? Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
November 5th What About Creation and Evolution? TBD Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship
November 12th What About Creation and Evolution? TBD Discussion of the Old Testament lesson, Epistle, and Gospel that will be in the Worship

 

Sunday Evening Bible Study – September 10th – October 1st

This Bible Study will be hosted by Peggy and Bill at their home, please contact the office, 529-8080, for their address. It begins at 7:00 pm and will consist of video and discussion on Noah, Genesis 6-9 (material is from the Lutheran Hour Ministries). Below is an overview.

Noah – The Man, The Ark, The Flood

By: Rev. Kurt Klaus
A five centuries-old man building a huge boat on the startling news of coming floodwaters – sounds like the makings of one remarkable story. It is. Jump in and get your feet wet with Noah: The Man, The Ark, The Flood, the latest Bible study from the Men’s NetWork

Hosted by Rev. Kurt Klaus and filmed on location at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, this four-part Bible study from the Men’s NetWork looks at the biblical character of Noah, his life and times, and the remarkable vessel he built to escape the waters of the flood. Along the way, commentary from numerous specialists considers the issue of extreme human age, how building such a watercraft was possible, the extent of the flood’s reach, how a single vessel could hold such a multitude of animals, and the phenomena of far-flung flood stories in other cultures. 

The Genesis account of a cataclysmic flood in chapters six through nine is one of the Old Testament’s more timeless sagas. It chronicles Noah and his devout righteousness, contrasting his blameless fidelity to God with the wanton corruption and violence God saw at work in the world around Noah. Along with his immediate family, Noah is singled out for God’s blessing-and salvation-from the waters of a flood let loose to wipe out every living thing-except the people and creatures aboard the ark. The story is an extraordinary one to be sure and ends with God blessing Noah and his family for their obedient faithfulness, making a covenant with them to never again destroy the earth by a flood. 

Interestingly, Noah makes an appearance in the New Testament too. This time it’s in the words of Jesus as recorded in Matthew 23. Here the Messiah cites the flood narrative as a powerful object lesson, reminding His listeners that as in “the days of Noah, so will be the coming of the Son of Man.” The watchword here-“be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect.”

Tuesday Morning Bible Study – 9:00 am

Join us in discussing the Lord’s Prayer.

This Bible Study is held every Tuesday from September 12th through December 12th.

Vivian leads the discussion.