Sunday Mornings | 9:45-10:45am
In order to encourage and equip you to grow and live out your faith as a disciple in EVERY aspect of your life, we have dedicated time on Sunday mornings for devotion and obedience to God's Word with age-appropriate discipleship for all ages between services from 9:45-10:45am. A life of discipleship is about the journey along the way with those God has placed in our life, so that together, we grow as His loved, redeemed people in Jesus Christ. We’d love to have you join us on this journey of discipleship, and together we can continue Jesus’ Kingdom work in and through Gloria Dei!
Sermon Series Study | Chapel
Join us every Sunday in the Chapel, as we engage in God's Word together using the current sermon series themes and Scripture readings. Led by the pastoral staff of Gloria Dei, this Bible study will be an opportunity to unpack even more application of the sermons in our daily lives of discipleship. This class will also be available online to those who don't feel comfortable coming back on-campus. Click the link below to join us on our online streaming site.
Join a parent group on Sunday mornings. Parents of infants-12th grade meet at the Life Center Dei Break Café Area (led by Lara Brumm).
We also have specific Parent Groups for those with students in Confirmation in the Student Center.
New Testament | LC 210 & 212
Join us for a survey of the New Testament. We are currently going through the second letter to the Corinthians before we head into Paul’s letter to the Ephesians with a focus on apostolic activity in the city of Ephesus. From there we will journey through 1-2 Timothy and 1-3 John. Led by Gary Himmler and Richard Zalesak. On-going bible study.
Men's Bible Classes
Tuesdays 6:45-8am | LC 214 & 216
Beginning September 26th we will begin a thirteen week study in Acts.
The theme of Acts is the spread of the Gospel to all the known world (1:8). Luke records the growth of the church in Jerusalem and Judea, Galilee and Samaria, Antioch, which became a missionary to the Gentile world, Asia, Europe and Rome. Luke centers in on Paul. Acts provides essential background information about the churches Paul founded and to whom he wrote his epistles.
Email Ron Petri with questions.
Women's Bible Classes
Wednesday Morning Classes | 9-11am | LC210-LC216
Classes are held on Wednesday mornings from 9-11am. Fall classes run from September 20th through December 20th with a break the week of Thanksgiving. All classes gather at 9am in LC210/212 for worship and announcements before breaking into individual classes. For more information or to be added to the email distribution list contact Beth Hranicky.
Understanding the book of Revelation, written in apocalyptic literature style, history is seen as a cosmic battleground in which the forces of good and evil contend for final control of the earth and its inhabitants. Satan and his hosts seem to gain the upper hand. However, Victory belongs to God and His hosts, as the forces of evil, which have been overcome by Christ on the cross, are ultimately destroyed. The real purpose of the book of Revelation is to give comfort to Christians at all times. When God’s people fear that the world is raging out of control, they see here that God is always in control of history. Come join us as we hear the “The Triumphant Christ“ speak to His church through all the chapters of Revelation to the final chapter of “Our Victorious Lord Reigns Forever”. LifeLight: Revelation Study Guide cost $10. Room 210/212, Led by Kathie Stocker
Teachings John’s Gospel & Epistles
In John, the importance of Jesus’ identity is not merely theoretical; it has drastic, real-life consequences. Jesus of Nazareth was a historical figure who was born, died, and rose again. He is also the eternal Son who created us, saved us, and gave us the right to become God’s children. When we get Jesus’ identity wrong, we miss out on the salvation He offers. If we get it right, though, everything else in our lives becomes rightly ordered.
And the apostle John’s letters to the Christians of the ancient world tackles issues of false teaching, sin, and atoning work in Jesus Christ. The epistles of John proclaims the good news of the Lord to which John testified. He reminds us that as we face the temptations of false teaching in our day, we need to be ready to test everything against the Scriptures and to examine ourselves. Bible: 1, 2, 3 John. No cost. Room 214, Led by Mary Fricke
A Study in 1 and 2 Samuel
What does the history of Israel’s kings have to do with the Christian life today? You might be surprised! The Old Testament books of 1 and 2 Samuel trace the development of Israel’s monarchy from its establishment under the prophet Samuel through the reigns of the nation’s first kings, Saul and David. In this study, using three leading teachers, guiding us: Study book by Kay Gabrysch (22-year WBS leader) , Video with Michael DeFazio (New Testament & Hermeneutics Professor at Ozark Christian College) and we will hear also from Alistair Begg who walks us through books of 1 and 2 Samuel. 1 & 2 Samuel, Rise of the Lord’s Anointed - $5. Room 216, Led by Beth Hranicky
Wednesday Evening Classes | 6:30-8pm | ZOOM
The Bible Recap (Zoom only)
The evening class will be led by Dixie Russo via ZOOM from 6:30-8pm. The fall session kicks off on September 6th and runs thru December (no class week of Thanksgiving).
The Bible Recap by Tara Leigh Cobble. This is the fourth of four sessions covering the entire Bible in two years. New members are always welcome. To join the evening class contact for the ZOOM link and more information.