Due to the Sunday worship schedule, start/end times of classes are approximate.
Schedule is subject to change, join class group in REALM or contact leader for details.
All are welcome as we dig deeper into the current Sermon Series, where we will discuss the scriptures that are preached on each Sunday. What questions do these passages from the Bible raise for you? How are they challenging you to follow Christ and share your faith with others? Emerge also meets in person at Christ Providence (Music Room). -led by Rob Stark, Alexis Williams and Pastor Drew
The CLC Book Club reads and discusses books of all kinds – but primarily books on faith, our relationship with God, human nature, scripture, or biographies of faith leaders. Our discussions can be lively and frank. We do not shy away from controversial topics. We thrive on competing opinions, but we expect civility and respect for one another. Even if you have not read the assigned chapter, we encourage everyone to attend. We’ll catch you up and let you talk anyway! Sometimes there are donuts (when we meet in person). All are welcome. The book we are reading is Strange Rites by Tara Isabell Burton. CLC Book Club also meets in person at Christ Providence (Lackey Parlor). -led by Dan Hansen and Carl Edgren. (Zoom passcode: 4519)
From September 19th through November 14th, Faith Fellowship will be focusing on Provoking Proverbs: Wisdom & the Ten Commandments by Dr. David Lawrence Coe. This study categorizes different Proverbs according to the 10 Commandments. Each chapter focuses on one of the commandments paired with the complementary Proverb selection so that participants may easily analyze, personalize and memorize God’s Word – provoking us to fear, love and trust God above all things. Faith Fellowship also meets in person at Christ Providence (Forum A & B). -led by Barbara Burton, Milt Marin, Miriam Morrison and John Stensrud
From September 19th through October 31st, join The Crew for weekly study and conversations about the Book of Romans. We will explore St. Paul’s key themes (especially the righteousness and grace of God) that rocked the world of Martin Luther. In November, we will join the congregation in studying and discussing the 3rd part of Community Bible Experience (CBE): The Writings, which includes Psalms, Lamentations, Song of Songs, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job, Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther and Daniel. The Crew also meets in person at Christ Providence (W150). -led by David Deeds
This women’s group is dedicated to the study of God’s Word in a relaxed and caring atmosphere of love for one another. This fall we again delve into His Word to enrich our faith and seek answers for living in today’s world. Using the Augsburg Fortress Bible Study program, we will focus on the theme of “Celebrating God” based on scripture from both the Old and New Testaments, guiding us in how to live our lives celebrating God. Come join the women of CLC as we explore deeper into God’s word in an atmosphere of friendship and love. Women’s Bible Study also meets in person at Christ Providence (Forum C). -led by Jewel Barber and Joyce Brigman. (Zoom passcode: 4519)
Join with a pastor of Christ Lutheran each week to continue the discussion of our current book and how it relates to our Christian lives today. Coffee with the Pastors also meets in person at Christ Providence (W150).
We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am to dig deeper into the Scriptures for the coming Sunday. Grab a cup of coffee (or your favorite morning beverage) and join in the fun as we get to know each other better and discover the application of the scriptural texts to our lives today. Led by Pastor Tenny.
This class is open to all ages and also meets in person at Christ Concord. Led by Pastor Tenny.
Adults in their 20s and 30s: You grew up in the church, did all the Sunday School and Youth Group activities, and yet, as a young adult, you feel woefully inadequate about your knowledge of the Bible. You are not alone! Join Pastor Scott for an in-depth, verse-by-verse study on the Gospel of John, designed especially for those in their 20s and 30s. Who is Jesus? How did the Bible come to be? What does the Bible say about faith? Who is the Holy Spirit? And after we are done with John, we will turn our attention to the Book of Romans, the foundation of the Reformation! (re)Kindle Faith also meets at Christ Providence (Forum A & B). -led by Pastor Scott
Join this spirited group of ladies to discuss the weekly readings for Community Bible Experience. Women Making Connections also meets in person at Christ Providence (Worship Center Parlor). -led by Lara Barnett and Brooke Schell. Zoom passcode: 4519
If you or someone you know wants to better understand the story of Jesus, there is no better place to begin than with Luke’s Gospel. As the author Luke himself says, it is written down as an orderly account of Christ’s life. But this account wants to go beyond merely telling us what Jesus of Nazareth said and did. It wants to show us how in a humble Bethlehem manger, the Prince of Peace was born. It wants to reveal through the parable of a father welcoming home a prodigal son that nobody is excluded from God’s grace. It wants to convince us that Jesus rose from the dead to set our hearts on fire with faith. Come and join us for this Bible Study and be overwhelmed by the wonder of God’s love. The Gospel of Luke also meets in person at Christ Providence (Fellowship Hall). -led by Pastor Drew