Bible Studies & Classes

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:

  • 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 the Sunday School hour and the 10:37 and 11:00 worship services
  • 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 9:30-10:30 am
  • Discovering Our Faith

    Led by Wes Powell and Pastor Ryan Ankersen

    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 us as together we will discover what it means to be a Christ Follower and what we as Lutherans believe.

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the Church Library
  • The Chosen (Season Three): A Video and Interactive Bible Study

    Led by Pastor Snow

    This Bible study will continue to be an interactive study making use of the popular, groundbreaking, and much-acclaimed streaming television series: The Chosen-Season 3. Participants in this study will be guided on a journey through the life, ministry, and work of Jesus in a way that brings the Old and New Testaments to life in a fresh and new way.

    Throughout their history, God rescued Israel again and again. His rescue served as a reminder that they were His beloved people, His Chosen People!

    What does it mean to be “Chosen,” especially in a day and age when issues of identity are at the forefront of culture and a desire for purpose seems to reign supreme?

    Join this Bible Class journey with Pastor Snow as we search the scriptures to see how the coming of the promised Messiah extends the status of “chosen” to all who respond to His call. That’s us! We are the chosen people of God!

    Be sure to bring your own Bibles each week so that you can highlight and make notes for your own future reference and study!

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the Worship Center
  • Bible Study To Be A Better Witness

    Led by Carl Nelson

    From the study, Every One His Witness, we will:

    • Learn what God expects of His faithful
    • Examine your witnessing talents
    • Understand your witnessing environment
    • Develop witnessing skills
    • Learn how to engage people of varied backgrounds
    • Learn that God is in charge of the results; we only need to share the Gospel
    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the 2nd Grade Classroom
  • John, Part 8: The Life of Christ

    Led by Dr. Lionel Alford 

    This is a class you can pick up at any time: a study of the Gospel of John through the Greek. The Gospel of John is a great piece of Greek historical literature and a primary source document for our understanding of the life and words of Christ. John is one of the four extant and accepted Gospels. It is a Greek document written by John the Apostle, a man from the Hebrew culture who was an observant Jew and a disciple of Christ. In the overview of the Gospels we discovered that John is a thesis and logical argument—a logos to telos that was resolved through the signs followed by the resurrection of Christ. In John part 8, we will continue with the Greek basis for the Gospel and make an extensive cultural, social, linguistic, and historical study of it.

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the 7th Grade Classroom
  • Women's Bible Study: “Leaning on Jesus"

    Led by Kris Osler

    This class will be continuing their study of Leaning on Jesus, a Bible study by Deb Burma, which invites you to explore what it means to lean on your Redeemer. Learn how Jesus’ words show you forgiveness and strength for today, direction for tomorrow, and hope for eternity. All ladies are welcome!

     

     

     

     

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the Church Conference Room
  • Raising Christ-Centered Children

    Led by Brett and Megan Klepacki

    This class meets in the Music Room at 9:45 am. We will focus on Christian parenting in today’s world through strong Biblical teaching and practices, while encouraging real ways to foster the faith of our children while also growing in our own faith. Topics will range from general Bible studies; listening and discussion of various Christian podcasts; parenting with unconditional love through discipline; navigating different cultural and social dilemmas (screen time; social media; cyber bullying; relative truth vs. Biblical truth; etc.). Parents of young children, tweens and teenagers are encouraged to attend. All materials will be provided each class with time dedicated for open discussions, sharing of advice and concerns while enjoying coffee and fellowship.

    Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:30 am in the Music Room
  • Special Needs Bible Study

    Led by Linda Paschka

    This is a Sunday School class for those with special needs; all ages included. Each lesson is presented in at least two ways. Follow-up activities, prayer time, a little singing, and choice time are all part of our time together. We would love to include more students! Please contact Linda Paschka (651-423-4713) for more information.

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the 6th Grade Classroom
  • Middle School Bible Class

    Led by Pamela Amey, Leah Davis, Judy Kombe, and Michele Zimmerman

    On Sundays our Middle School students meet in the gym. We are currently studying how to make God and our faith in Christ the center of our lives, especially in times of doubt, fear, and challenges.

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 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 in “The Lighthouse” to set aside part of our week to focus on Christ’s love and His impact in our lives together. This spring/summer we will study the stewardship of the blessings God gives us through our time, talents, and treasures.

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in The Lighthouse
  • High School Bible Study-Wednesday Night

    Led by Brian Amey and Dylan and Megan 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. This spring/summer we will focus on the themes from the movie To Save A Life, where it challenges our students to care for those who are outside of the main social groups.

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

    Wednesday Nights 7:00-8:30 pm in The Lighthouse
  • Young Adults--"In the Beginning"

    Led by Aaron Zimmerman

    We will continue the study of Genesis with an emphasis on the authority of Scripture. We will learn of God’s perfect 6-day creation and His constructs for marriage and family. We will see how this perfection was fractured by man’s disobedience and explore God’s patience and wrath… why He destroyed the earth with a global flood. We will explore the covenant that God made with Noah’s family, and how His grace saved them… and still saves us today. We will learn of the lives of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph, focusing on their faithfulness as they looked to God as their creator, provider, and protector.

    Sunday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am in the Parlor
  • (Women's) Lifelight Class

    LifeLight is an in-depth Bible study that requires a small amount of homework each week.

    This class will break for the summer and resume in September, when they will be studying the book of Ezekiel. The contact for the 9:00 class is Ann Ross (316-634-0357); the contact for the 4:30 class is Judy Zimmerman (316-636-2555).

    Thursdays at 9:00 am or 4:30 pm in the Parlor
  • Women's Bible Study

    This class will break for the summer and resume in September. The contacts for this group are Brenda Lesher (316-371-4585) and Dorothy Zellers (316-640-4665).

    Wednesdays at 10:00 am in the Parlor
  • (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, which meets every Wednesday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 am in the Church Library and 10:37 Welcome Area. We are currently studying several of the Old Testament minor prophets. The contact person is Brian Amey (316-305-5049).

    Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 am in the Church Library and The Gathering Place
  • (Men's) Thursday 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. This group will break for the months of June and July and resume in August. The contact person is 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 is Mary Dohl (316-682-0505 or 785-531-2132).