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Adult Bible Studies

Lent Studies and Classes


Luke: Jesus and the Outsiders, Outcasts and Outlaws

Tuesday Evenings

7pm - 

Begins Feb. 28

In person and on zoom

Led by Pastor Paul

Pastor Paul will resume his "Along the Way" Tuesday evening sessions both in person and through zoom at 7:00 pm on February 28. During Lent, participants will study Adam Hamilton's study of Luke's gospel, celebrating Jesus' ministry among the people of his land, especially those considered as outsiders, outcasts, and outlaws. This Adam Hamilton resource will also guide our sermon series through the Lenten season.


Finding Jesus in the Psalms

Wednesday Women's Study

9:30 - 11:30 am

In Person / Zoom

Begins March 1

Led by Kim Carroll

Book Available Here

Combining an interpretation of the psalms with real life stories, author Barb Roose leads us through the familiar words of Psalm 23 toward the painful cries of Psalm 22 uttered by Jesus on the cross. The study includes reflections on the life of King David and the original context of the writings, along with connections between the psalms and the life and death of Jesus the Messiah.

“The Psalms provide a perfect framework for experiencing Lent through the verses that were Jesus’s own scriptures, offering both him and us strength and wisdom in a painful and redemptive season. The Book of Psalms hums with the heartbeat of our humanity with divinely inspired words that find purchase in the tenderest places in our hearts when our human words or wisdom fails us.” Barb Roose


Lenten Dinner Table - Intergenerational Pot-Luck Meals

3 Thursdays

March 9, 23, 30

5:30 - 6:45 pm

Please bring a dish to share along with serving utensils.

Each week we'll share a meal together as we listen to a dramatic reading of one of the Lenten Bible stories and discuss its meaning in its historical context and for us today.

We'll also have an after dinner activity such as a craft or a prayer walk through the labyrinth. Everybody is welcome at the table - activities are appropriate for all ages.

Walking with Jesus - Wellness Group

Ongoing Wednesday Group

starting with a 6-week study

Begins March 1, 4 - 5 pm

In person, zoom option

Led by Kim Carroll

During Lent, we will begin a new small group for those seeking to improve their physical, mental, emotional, relational, and spiritual health. Meeting for one hour each week (in person with a zoom option), we will start by learning about the five essential factors of a healthy lifestyle (faith, food, fitness, focus and friends) through the 6 week Daniel Plan Bible study. This on-going group will support one another in our individual health journeys, sharing each other's successes and challenges, and problem-solving through possible pitfalls. At some point, we will add an additional 30 minutes to the start or ending of the meeting to include an optional indoor walking element. 


Easter Painting Workshop

2:30 - 4:30, March 26

Led by Leslie Piggott

Join Leslie Piggott and learn how to paint a Texas Bluebonnet! This free class will walk you through the steps of painting our state flower onto two watercolor cards: one for you to send to a friend and one for the church note-writers to use. The second card will also be on display in the church on Palm Sunday. Leslie will provide the cards; you only need to bring your watercolor paints and paintbrushes. All ages welcome--children under 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Hope to see you there!


Ongoing Studies

Men's Bible Lunch

Wednesdays at Noon

At the Texican Cafe

on Manchaca Road

All are welcome!

Join us for a weekly Bible study in the lunch hour (12-1pm) led by David Linkletter at the Texican Cafe on Manchaca Road. Registration is not needed. For more information, please contact Emmett Thomason.

Women of the Bible:  Kings Through Nahum

January 5 - May 25

10:00 - 11:30 am

Led by Julia Walker

Meets on Zoom

We are continuing the study of women in the Bible beginning Thursday, January 5th from 10-11:30 every Thursday through May 25th.  This class will continue to dive into the history of these women in both Judaism and Christianity. You are welcome to join even if you have never taken a Bible Study Class, there are no requirements for participation!  A Bible would be helpful!

Note: New people can join in at any time!

Help is Here: Finding Strength and Purpose in the Power of the Holy Spirit

Women's Bible Study

Meets In Person on Sundays

4:00-6:00 pm, every other week

Begins January 15

Led by Ellen Carpenter

Please purchase your own

book and study guide.

No pre-reading before 1st class.

Now more than ever, we're all weary from the loads we carry and the challenges we face. Max teaches us that we can find fresh strength and purpose in the power of the Holy Spirit. The Bible makes more than a hundred references to the Holy Spirit, but do we really know the Spirit? In Help Is Here, Max will give you the tools and encouragement you need to:

  • Learn who the Spirit is and how the Spirit can help

  • Become joyful, enthusiastic, and empowered as you draw closer to God

  • Confidently take on any difficulty with the power of the Spirit

  • Discover your unique gifts and purpose to further God's kingdom

No more walking this path alone. No more carrying weight you were not intended to bear. It's time for you to enjoy the presence of the Holy Spirit and experience the vigorous life he offers. You can rest easy knowing that Help Is Here.

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