Adult Bible Studies

At Community Congregational Church we currently offer three Adult Bible study classes. These classes are open to everyone.

On Sunday Mornings at 9:00 AM, the class meets in the Conference Room (located inside the church office). The group studies the Bible with the aid of their teacher and uses the curriculum from the Adult Bible Studies series. Adult Bible Studies is a quarterly study (thirteen lessons) presenting stimulating lessons that explore the biblical message and how to apply it to daily life. Individuals and classes studying from this series will use the International Lessons, also called the Uniform Series. Adults move from a focus on the Word to reflection on personal, family, church, and community concerns.

On Sunday Mornings at TBD (ask at church office) the Tagalong Bible study group meets in the Small Dining Room (located in the Administration Building) for study and fellowship (with food).

On Thursday Mornings at 10:00 AM, the class meets in the Conference Room (located inside the church office). The class is led by our Associate for Senior Ministry, Rev. Victoria Freiheit. The class is currently using the Bible study Aid John’s Message: Good News for the New Millennium. This study aid helps adults gain deeper insights into the Book of John. This short-term gospel study will helps participants understand more about John’s world, how this gospel informs and connects with contemporary life, and how it challenges the future of the Christian life.

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11:00am Fellowship

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