Complete List of Bible Studies at Good Shepherd's Church
Children and Teens
Sunday School (4K-4th Grade)
Junior Youth Group (5th-8th Grade)
Youth Group (9th-12th Grade)
These children and teen groups meet Sundays at 9:15a September through May.
Location: school building.
Bible studies are held throughout the week on various topics and in several styles and formats. Come every week or just once in a while. While the content of most studies is aimed at adults, teens and children are also welcome to attend. It is up to the parent to decide if the topic is appropriate for their children. The church fellowship hall and church meeting room, located on the lower level, can each be reached through the church entryway via the stairs or the elevator. Click on the blue links for each Bible study listing to view more details about current and future topics. Please note that some studies do not meet during the summer.
Sunday morning studies have been recorded.
List of audio recordings
Sundays 9:15-10:15 AM
Each topic is usually taught by a guest pastor, professor, or teacher.
Location: church fellowship hall.
Summer Sundays 9:15-10:15 AM
Summer Sunday Topics
Under the direction of the pastors, lay leaders guide participants through study of Scripture using the Christ Light Bible Curriculum for adults. Location: church fellowship hall
Mondays 6:30-7:30 PM
Led by Senior Seminarian Nathan Buch. Bible study focusing on a selected portion of Scripture or topic.
Wednesdays 1:00-1:45 PM
Brew & Bible
Led by Pastor Knickelbein. Enjoy refreshments and fellowship while studying the Bible.
Location: church fellowship hall
Wednesdays 7:00-8:00 PM Schedule Note: No Class November 27-January 1
Bible study for women and taught by women. Study meets September through May, except during Advent and Lent.
Location: church meeting room
Thursdays 10:00-11:00 AM
Bible study for seniors, although anyone is welcome to attend.
Senior Topics Location: church fellowship hall
Thursdays 6:30PM - 8:30PM
People Close To God
What are the main teachings of the Bible? What is the purpose of life? Why is there pain and suffering in the world? Where did the Bible come from and can it be trusted?
Led by Pastor Wilcox or Pastor Knickelbein. This fourteen session course is repeated several times each year. Those who wish to attend this course but are not available on Thursdays can request that the course be scheduled or repeated on other days or times. All members of Good Shepherd's are encouraged to take this course to review the chief teachings of the Christian faith. This course also prepares any participant for church membership, but there is no obligation to become a member.
Location: church meeting room, church's lower level
Thursdays 7:00-8:00 PM
Led by Pastor Wilcox or Pastor Knickelbein (sometimes by guest leader).
Location: church fellowship hall
Anytime Anywhere Bible Studies
Anytime Anywhere Bible Studies (24/7) - Do you have 10 minutes a day for Bible study? Many of these new interactive studies have audio clips and illustrations. What is the Gospel? Who Is Jesus Christ? What is the Bible? The Judges. Moses and Israel. Joshua. The Life of Abraham. The Life of Jacob. The Life of Joseph.
Joyful Thanks Living
What is the Place of God in Daily Life?
This 10 part Bible study on Christian stewardship looks at how the Bible answers this question and others like:
-- What does it mean to worship God?
-- How much of my money should I give to God?
-- Should I give till it hurts?
-- Does God need my money?
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