Led by Pastor Myers
Join us this Summer for Biblical directions in regard to contemporary is-sues: Church & State; Religion & Science; Immigration & Refugee; Depression; Funerals; Cloning; Suicide; etc. Each weekend (Saturday and Sun-day) we will take a look at what God’s Word says in comparison to the World View on a number of contemporary issues. Pick up a study sheet the week before for preparation for the Bible study and discussion for the fol-lowing weekend. If you miss a weekend, call and request a copy of the study sheet to be e-mailed to you.
Infants and Toddlers
Jesus has a loving, nurturing heart for young children and their families and so do we! The Blessing Place nursery offers care for children through 36 months old during all three weekend services, Sunday School and Bible class. 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.Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45
Infants and Toddlers
Classes take place in the Elementary School Classrooms. Visit the Sunday School Office or contact Kevin or Sherri West with questions.
Led by Pamela Amey, Michele Zimmerman, Adrian Peppers, Leah Davis
Our Middle School Bible class, 6th-8th graders, meets on Sunday mornings from 9:45 a.m.—10:45 a.m. Come and discover the truths Jesus taught—-and dare to apply those truths in our own lives!
Led by Brian Amey, Austin Boles, Carolyn Gunzelman, Dan and Helena Stephens, josh Scaglione
This summer, in our High School Bible Class, we will study The Case for Christ. Skeptics dismiss the Jesus of the Gospels by claiming there is no evidence. Lee Strobel disagrees. In The Case for Christ study, he searches out the truth to determine if there is enough evidence to claim that Jesus of Nazareth really is the son of God. Join us at 9:45 on Sunday mornings in the Lighthouse.
Please check Life at Holy Cross or the Youth Ministry Website for dates and changes.
Led by Brian Amey, Austin Boles, Dylan Clark, Dylan Walton
Our Wednesday Bible Studies are from 7:00 p.m. — 8:30 p.m. It’s a great time to bring your Friends as we will be studying Christian Songs and their themes.
Led by Aaron Zimmerman
Over the course of the next two quarters we will be doing four separate six- week studies about the Biblical teachings of God’s will in various aspects of our lives. The courses are as follows:
Please join us as we look at these important topics in an effort to better reflect God’s love to a broken world.
Led by Scott Smith
This class is designed as an instruction for those who would like to learn about the basic teachings of the Lutheran Church and as a preparation for communicant church membership. It is also a good refresher course for those who are already communicant members. All are welcome. We’ll use the workbook That I May Know Him and Luther’s Small Catechism as well as the Bible.
Led by Kris Osler
There you are at the very edge of the diving board. Will you take that leap? Will you stand there, paralyzed by fear? Or will you turn around and crawl all the way back on your hands and knees? God calls each of us to a unique purpose. On our own, we fall and sink like lead. It’s only because Jesus offers guidance and strength that we can step out of our comfort zone and serve Him in whatever capacity we are called to serve. We can trust Him. Jesus steps in, so we can step out!
Led by Carl Nelson
This study will take you through every word in the Bible. If you have never read the whole Bible, this is a good opportunity to do so in a class setting with others that offers mutual support and group discussion on each weeks readings. For those who have already read the whole Bible, this will be a good opportunity to share reading it again with others in the class. Reading every word is a one year plan. But feel free to choose attending any given quarter and finish on your own using the reading schedule provided for the class.
Led by Pastor Myers
Join us this Summer for Biblical directions in regard to contemporary issues: Church & State; Religion & Science; Immigration & Refugee; Depression; Funerals; Cloning; Suicide; etc. Each weekend (Saturday and Sun-day) we will take a look at what God’s Word says in comparison to the World View on a number of contemporary issues. Pick up a study sheet the week before for preparation for the Bible study and discussion for the fol-lowing weekend. If you miss a weekend, call and request a copy of the study sheet to be e-mailed to you.
Led by Dr. Lionel Alford
Hebrews is a great piece of Greek historical literature that is a primary source document for our understanding of the ideas of the early church. Hebrews is a document often found in early sources with and without Paul’s letters. Paul’s letters are always found together. The fact that Hebrews sometimes isn’t means it is not necessarily and likely not written by Paul. Hebrews is a Greek document written by a man from the Alexandrian Hebrew culture who was an observant Jew. In Hebrews part 6, we will investigate the Greek basis for the book and make an extensive cultural, social, linguistic, and historical study of it. This study will take us through the continuation of the Greek logical argument presented by the author of Hebrews, and we will see if we can determine who the writer(s) are and who the audience is. Because of the format of this class, new members are welcome and can easily catch up to the current subject matter.
Hosted by Pastor Snow
Participants in this Bible Class will watch brief video segments of “Christianity and the Competition” and then compare and contrast the teachings of the Christian faith with that of other religions.
Learning about other religions is a great way to strengthen our own Christian faith! The Reverend Dr. Paul Maier, a frequent visitor and presenter here at Holy Cross, does a wonderful job, via DVD presentations, of high-lighting the teachings of other religions and then comparing them to the truths of the Bible and Christianity.
Be sure to bring your own Bibles each week so that you can highlight and make notes for your own future reference and study! The Rev. Dr. Paul Maier, Best-Selling author and scholar, has been a frequent guest, preacher and Bible Class leader here at Holy Cross. He was with us most recently in early November 2017 to celebrate our Holy Cross 75th Anniversary. Come and enjoy, once again, the insights he, and many others, have to share with us!
We will finish the study of Ruth and Esther in LifeLight the first part of March. We take a break during the summer and resume classes in September. Watch for details closer to September. Anyone with questions, please call Judy Zimmerman at 636-2555.
Class members can pick up their student study guide in the Parlor cabinet and prepare their first lesson so that we can begin with Lesson One on the first week of class.
New students, those needing a babysitter on Wednesday, and anyone with questions, please contact the church office for the primary contact leader’s information.
To learn more about the LifeLight bible study series, visit our Small Group Bible Studies page.
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