Bible Studies & Classes

Most of our Bible studies and classes meet in person. One continues to offer an online version….

Pastor Myers’ class will meet in-person and continue to meet via Zoom Saturdays at 4:45 & Sundays at 9:45.


Our Bible studies are designed to help you connect with others in fellowship, apply God’s Word to your own life, grow in your understanding of the Bible and to equip you to share your faith with others.

Our current studies & classes include:

  • Saturday Evening Class

    Currently meeting in-person and via Zoom. Find online information here

    WHAT WOULD YOU SAY?–ANWERS TO CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

    Led by Pastor Myers

    God’s Word tells us to “always be ready to give an answer to anyone who asks you for the reason for the hope we have in Jesus.” Each week we will look at a contemporary issue (critical theory, gender issues, abortion, assisted suicide, family, etc.) and see what God’s Word says in our response to the world.

    Saturday evening from 4:45-5:45pm in the Concordia Room
  • The Blessing Place Nursery

    “Nurturing Families – Sharing Jesus”

    Infants and Toddlers

    • Infants through 36 months
    • During worship and Sunday Morning Bible classes
    • Located near the Sanctuary
    • “Beepers” provided for quick notification
    • Clean, sanitary, and safe nursery room
    • Secure Check-In and Check-Out process

    Jesus has a loving, nurturing heart for young children and their families and so do we!  The team is committed to quality care in a safe, Christian environment, serving members, guests and community by presenting a vibrant and enthusiastic infant-toddler ministry leading to new areas of faith-building! Our goal is to support families as they share and grow in their faith.

    During all worship services and the Sunday School hour
  • Children's Sunday School

    Superintendent: Barb Fiegenbaum

    Classes take place in the Elementary School Classrooms.  Visit the Sunday School Office or contact Barb Fiegenbaum with questions.

    • Parent’s & 2’s class
    • Pre3 – 5th grade
    • Bible lessons
    • Music
    • Crafts
    • LCMS Bible-based curriculum

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am
  • HC 102

    Led by Pastor Matt

    Are you new to the Christian Faith and want to learn more? Are you a Life-long Lutheran and want a refresher? Are you interested in joining our faith family here at Holy Cross and want to know more? Then this would be the perfect class for you! Join Pastor Matt as together we will discover what it means to be a Christ Follower and what we as Lutherans believe.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in Concordia Room
  • Is Genesis History?--Biblical Creationism

    Led by Pastor Snow

    Having recently concluded the very interesting preaching series entitled, “God Questions,” this Bible study will “dive deeper” into the question of Creation. One of the best ways to learn more about the science of Creation and the Flood is to explore a path through the scientific, historical and Biblical evidence.

    Participants in this Bible Class will journey with Pastor Snow through an in-depth look at what the Biblical writers (and science) tell us about Creation, Adam and Eve and the Flood. (Also: Rocks and Fossils; Life and Design; the Bible and Stars.)

    Jesus, Himself, was there at the beginning, forming everything according to His purpose. Genesis is therefore central to the work of Jesus. Our prayer and goal is that by the end of this study, you will better understand how the first chapters of Genesis are related to God’s plan of salvation.

    You will also be able to make specific applications to your faith and life today.

    Be sure to join us in the Fellowship Hall and bring your own Bibles each week so that you can highlight and make notes for your own future reference and study!

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the Fellowship Hall
  • What Would You Say?--Answers to Contemporary Issues

    Currently meeting in-person and via Zoom. Find online information here

    Led by Pastor Myers

    God’s Word tells us to “always be ready to give an answer to anyone who asks you for the reason for the hope we have in Jesus.” Each week we will look at a contemporary issue (critical theory, gender issues, abortion, assisted suicide, family, etc.) and see what God’s Word says in our response to the world.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the Worship Center
  • Gospel Books

    Led by Carl Nelson

    This class will be studying all four Gospels. We will:

    • Read Matthew, Mark, Luke and John and study in detail one to two chapters each week.
    • Follow Jesus’ training of the first twelve disciples.
    • Study what Jesus expects from His true followers.
    • Better understand the impact of Jesus’ resurrection.
    • Further learn that the values in Jesus’ kingdom are upside down from the secular world.
    • Become better equipped to share Jesus’ rich teachings with others as you witness for God.
    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the Craft Room
  • Torah- The First Five Books of the Bible

    Led by Dr. Lionel Alford 

    Moses wrote Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy; these are the books the Jews call Torah.  Torah is the basis for the Law of God.  It impacts our understanding of the Gospel and is the focus of nearly all Jewish culture and traditions.  Torah reveals and defines the covenants of God and sets the stage for salvation in Christ.  We will look at Hebrew language, culture, history, literature, and geography in terms of the Torah.  We will learn the basis for our historical understanding of the Torah as well as how other works in antiquity support the historical accuracy of it. This session we will be focusing on the Tabernacle and Temple.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the School Library
  • Women's Bible Study, “Enough for Now."

    Led by Kris Osler

    This class uses the book Enough for Now by Sharla Fritz for its weekly studies. This book explores the idea of “enough” through the study of Scripture—specifically the parable of the rich fool; personal stories; and practical exercises. Over the course of the lessons, women will discover how to escape the insatiable quest for more by finding their “enough” in God.

    Sunday Mornings at 9:45 in the Art Room
  • Middle School Bible Class

    Led by Pamela Amey, Leah Davis, Adrian Peppers, and Michele Zimmerman

    Our Middle School Bible class for 6th-8th graders meets in the gym. Our goal is that our youth will use this opportunity to grow in the love of Jesus Christ through this time together. This fall we will be studying “dangerous people” in the Bible, as well as topics like peer pressure, family issues, and pain and struggles students face.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the Gym
  • High School Bible Class-Sunday Morning

    Led by Brian Amey, Carolyn Gunzelman and Dan Stephens

    On Sundays, our High School students meet together in “The Lighthouse” to focus on Christ’s love and His impact in our lives together. This fall wwe will be reading and studying the Gospel of John. Come and share in the words and life of Jesus.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in The Lighthouse
  • High School Bible Study-Wednesday Night

    Led by Brian Amey, Dylan Walton, and Dylan Clark

    On Wednesday nights from 7:00—8:30 p.m., our High School students meet in the Lighthouse and spend time in praise and worship, group building, fellowship, prayer and study. We are currently studying the Fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5. As we connect with each other and Christ, we are challenged to live by the Spirit and not in our sinful flesh.

    **Please check Life at Holy Cross or the Student Ministry Webpage for dates and changes. 

    Wednesday Nights 7:00-8:30 in The Lighthouse
  • Young Adults

    Led by Aaron Zimmerman

    This class is for young adults (in college through age 30).

    The young adults will continue to study a number of Paul’s epistles. While some of these letters rebuke, some encourage and some praise the church, they all clearly express the good news of salvation granted to both the Jews and the gentiles through the blood of Christ on the cross.  Join us in the Parlor as we study these letters and use them as encouragement for ourselves to share this good news with others.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:45 am in the Parlor
  • (Women's) Lifelight Classes

    New Classes will start September 8/9, 2021

    LifeLight is an in-depth Bible study that requires a small amount of homework each week. This class meets in the Holy Cross Parlor and there are three class times offered: Wednesday at 8:30 a.m., Thursday at 9:00 a.m. and Thursday at 4:30 p.m. We will be studying 1st & 2nd Samuel. Classes continue for nine weeks. Class members can pick up the student study guides in the Parlor cabinet and prepare the first lesson so that we can begin with Lesson One the first week. Free babysitting will be offered for the Wednesday class. New students or anyone with questions, please call Judy Zimmerman at 316-636-2555.

  • (Men's) Wednesday Morning Bible Study

    Facilitated by Brian Amey, Brett Walton, and Mark Shreve

    We would like to invite ALL men of Holy Cross to join our men’s Bible study as we focus on God’s grace and direction for our lives. We meet every Wednesday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 am in the Church Library and Craft Room. We are currently studying “Forgiveness” and then we will move into a study of the Book of 2 Kings. The contact person is Brian Amey (316-305-5049).

    Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 am in the Church Library
  • (Men's) Thursday Small Group Bible Study

    This small group Bible study meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 7:30 a.m. at Jimmy’s Diner on North Rock Road. They  use “Searching Scriptures” from the Lutheran Witness magazine as their guide. For more information, please call Ron Rathgeber (316-685-8516).

  • Singles Bible Study

    This Bible study for singles of all ages meets on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 7:00 p.m. at various locations. The contact person for this group is Mary Dohl (316-682-0505 or 785-531-2131).