Group Bible courses are a great way to learn more about the Bible, grow closer to God, and build friendships with other Christians. Currently many of our groups are not meeting due to COVID-19.
We offer a variety of academic and relational courses covering basic Bible teachings, current issues facing Christianity, lifestyle challenges, books of the Bible, and more... all to help you grow in your understanding of God’s Word and its role in your life. Click the links below to see a schedule of lessons for each course.
Bible in a Year with Pastor Pete
A Guide for Reading the Bible in One Year - Video Devotions accompanied by daily thoughts on the readings by Pastor Pete Panitzke.
Into from Pastor Pete:
"I have used this Bible reading plan for many years. You are not on this journey alone, I'll be reading the same sections as you. If you have a question, email or text me. Here are my suggestions: The best day to start a Bible reading plan is TODAY. Whatever the date, jump on it. If you don't have time to read both the Old and New Testament selections, focus on the New Testament. If you fall behind or miss a few days, don't try to catch up. Just skip ahead to today's date and start. Every day is a fresh start! Thanks for joining me in our own Fellowship of the Empty Tomb. May God bless your reading!"
Sunday Mornings - In the Grace Room
Tuesdays 7:00 PM - Following The Promise - In Person and by Zoom
Following The Promise: a study of Bible basics for review and/or preparation for church membership. This 12 week class is held in person and by Zoom on Tuesday evenings and is available for streaming later. The next class begins on July 13, 2021 or call for a current schedule.
Wednesday 6:30 AM - Sunrise Bible Study
A small group of men and women that meets weekly in the Faith Room (West wing of church).
Saturday 8:00 AM - Men's Bible Study
A small group that meets for breakfast and Bible Study in the Grace Room (West wing of church).
In-Home or Zoom Small Groups Study
Small groups of 6-12 individuals meet weekly or every other week for Bible study and discussion. Most small groups use GroupWork, the discussion guide based on the week's sermon. Contact Us to join a small group.