ADULT BIBLE STUDY

 

Life Groups 101

BEGINS JANUARY 19  •  WEDNESDAYS  •  11 AM & 6 PM •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS

This Spring semester we will have two 10-week Life Group classes called Life Group 101 that will walk people through what it looks like to be in a life group. Life groups are one of the best ways to meet others and get connected in the life of St. Peter's. We will have an informational meeting on Wednesday, January 12th at 6pm to ask questions and see what these classes are all about, then begin the classes on Wednesday, January 19th. Rev. Jamison Doehring will lead one Life Group 101 class at 11am, and Rev. Amy Holcomb will lead another Life Group 101 class at 6pm.

Zoom Bible Study

ONGOING  •  MONDAYS  •  8 PM  •  ZOOM

Join Pastor Alex every Monday evening on Zoom for a weekly Bible study. We take whatever chapter of Scripture the sermon is from and read slowly through section by section. The group is an excellent fit for an avid Bible reader or people who have never really studied the Bible.

Disciple II

BEGAN ON SEPTEMBER 1
WEDNESDAYS  •  6:30 PM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - E106

Rev. Pat Sparks will be leading a 32-week study of the entire Bible, teaching Bible study skills and spiritual practices that help to deepen your faith.

The Making of Biblical Womanhood

JANUARY 19  •  WEDNESDAYS  •  6:30-8 PM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - ASBURY

This Bible study will be an in-depth look at the book The Making of Biblical Womanhood by Beth Allison Barr. We will use the book as the main guide for the study and use large and small group discussion to dive deeper into what the book details.

Monday Morning Bible Study

BEGINS JANUARY 10  •  MONDAYS  •  9:30 AM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - E225

Monday Morning Bible Study will be studying the book of Matthew this semester. MMBS runs through the school year and you can join it at any time. We have monthly lunches and participate in several charity events. For more information, contact Maryann Fanty.

Tuesday Bible Study

BEGINS JANUARY 18  •  TUESDAYS  •  9:30 AM  •  ONLINE 

We will begin a six-week study of “A New Reformation” by Rob Fuquay on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 9:30 a.m. on Zoom. This study will introduce us to the life of Martin Luther and two important themes of the Reformation he sparked: the centrality of Scripture and the power of God’s grace. Through a close look into the life of Martin Luther and the world of sixteenth-century Europe, we will discover what makes Luther’s message revolutionary today—and how we can embrace reformation in the church and in our personal lives. If you would like to join this study, email Elaine Saunders at elainesaunders66@gmail.com.

Sisters in Christ: A Woman's Heart, God's Dwelling Place

BEGINS JANUARY 18
TUESDAYS  •  9:30 AM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - S101

Perhaps no Old Testament event so dramatically illustrates God's persistent desire to relate to His children as the building of the tabernacle in the wilderness. Through the tabernacle God initiated a deeper relationship with His Chosen People by bringing reconciliation and revealing His glory. And certainly, no Old Testament event so richly prefigures the coming of the true Tabernacle, Jesus Christ. Join us for this enriching Bible Study by Beth Moore and time of fellowship!

UMW: The Salvation of Dr. Who 

BEGINS JANUARY 19
WEDNESDAYS  •  10 AM  •  VIRTUAL

UMW will be starting a new Matt Rawle study, The Salvation of Doctor Who, led by Melissa Gargani, via Zoom at 10 A.M. on the following Wednesdays: January 19, February 16, March 16 and April 20. This study charts the intersection of faith and science. There is a study guide book available from bookstores, or Amazon. The book is not necessary to participate. We encourage all to join us for this study. Email info@stpkaty.org for Zoom link access or for more information.

If you would like more information about these groups, please contact Elizabeth Bucher at ebucher@stpkaty.org.