Bible Studies

Alex Harantcavage, David Navaille, and Sharon Sampson make their way through the refreshments line before Sunday Adult Bible Class on August 19, 2012. Refreshments are available starting at 9:15, and there is time to visit over them, up to the 9:30 start of Sunday School and Bible Class.

Alex Harantcavage, David Navaille, and Sharon Sampson make their way through the refreshments line before Sunday Adult Bible Class on August 19, 2012. Refreshments are available starting at 9:15, and there is time to visit over them, up to the 9:30 start of Sunday School and Bible Class.

Those who believe in Jesus Christ accept the Bible as the divinely-inspired and so inerrant Word of God that testifies of Him of so leads to eternal life (John 5:39). All Scripture is useful for teaching and for training in righteousness, that our saving faith may also produce the good works God intends for us to produce (2 Timothy 3:16; Ephesians 2:8-10). We want to be in God’s Word and study it so that the Holy Spirit can work through it to grow us spiritually. At Pilgrim Lutheran Church we presently offer “on-ground” opportunities for Adult Bible Study at 9:30 on Sunday mornings before church services and at 7:00 on Wednesday nights (except during the seasons of Advent and Lent, when we have church services at that time). By using the links below, you can catch sessions of current studies you may have missed in person, follow along with current studies completely “on-line”, and review past studies.

We also encourage people to be in God’s Word with daily Bible reading that they can do on their own.  For more information on that reading plan, click here.

Current Studies

Growing in Christ (Sunday morning)
Salvation History is Our Story (Wednesday evenings)

Past Studies

Worship and Lutheran Service Book (Sunday morning)
Theology and Practice of Prayer: A Lutheran View (Wednesday evening)
“The Nativity Story” (Sunday morning)
Luther’s Large Catechism on the Sacrament of the Altar (Sunday morning)
Law & Gospel (Wednesday evening)
Athanasian Creed & Holy Trinity (Sunday morning)
Easter Enigma (Sunday morning)