A Congregation of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod

St. Paul’s currently offers the following weekly bible studies.  All (including non-members of St. Paul’s) are welcome and encouraged to attend

  • “Donuts and Discipleship” bible study meets each Sunday from 9:15-10:15 a.m.  It’s theme is “Longer Look At the Lessons.”  Grab a coffee and pastry and join us!  All are welcome. You can view videos of these bible studies and download the bible study lessons on our Bible Study Videos page.

  • The Wednesday Bible Study meets 10:00 am Wednesdays at the church. This Bible study is led by Pastor Smith.

  • Christ in Film (Ben-Hur): Join us on Wednesday evenings at 7pm thru March 6th for a study on the portrayal of Christ in film. We will be watching the 1959 version of Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ. We will watch and analyze the film as Christians should—drawing from what is good and true and discarding that which is contrary to God. This study will be led by DCE Michael Leapley. Class discussions will be livestreamed. Those watching class online will need to secure their own copy of the movie.

  • The Women’s Bible Study will be beginning a new book on March 6, 2024 at 5:15 p.m. All women in the church are invited to join in this upcoming study of Waiting: A Bible Study on Patience, Hope and Trust by Sharla Fritz. According to the author, “Throughout history, God has called on HIs people to wait for His timing and His will. This study focuses on the lives of eight biblical women who waited and yearned and ached. Women like us. Waiting highlights principles that make these times more bearable, and maybe more meaningful, even if it feels like God isn’t present or there’s nothing we can do. Learn how to surrender your worries to God, and handle the daily-ness of waiting, and draw close to Jesus.”

  • Circuit Bible Study meets monthly during the school year and is conducted at either St. Paul’s or Our Savior Lutheran Church.  These studies are pastor lead and are for youth in confirmation.