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Small Group Bible Studies

Small group Bible studies are not only one of the best ways to grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ, they are great ways to connect to others and feel the sense of belonging and care from others. 
For more information about any of these groups, contact Director of Discipleship Ministries Emily Harrow.
Check out these opportunities and join in at any time!

  Early Morning Sunday Bible Study
7:15 am, 322/Conference Room
Facilitators: Jean Wahlstrom and Marvin Kananen
Check back for the dates of our next class offering. We learn together.
  Tuesdays at 6:30 am in Room 212 (Library)
All Saint Andrew’s Men (SAM) are welcome to join us at 6:30 am every Tuesday morning for study, faith growth, prayer, and conversation. It is a blessing to share this time together in learning and fellowship! 
No matter what stage of life you’re beginning, you can bet God has a plan for you. The Tuesday Morning Men’s group is reading and discussing “Calling & Clarity: Discovering What God Wants for Your Life.”
Author Doug Koskela is the son of long-time Saint Andrew’s members, Kay Lynne and Roger Koskela. Writing books is a sideline for Doug. He is a professor of theology and associate dean for undergraduate studies at Seattle Pacific University.
Questions? Contact Dick Swaisgood through the church office.
  Tuesdays at 10:00 am in 322/Conference Room 
Led by Pastor James McEachran
On Tuesday, May 29, we begin a three week study of Pauline Parallels and begin to notice the key theme of his letters. We begin with a look at the way he begins his correspondence with congregations: Salutation, Thanksgiving, Blessing, and his Opening to the Letter.
As we begin, read the first chapter of each of Paul’s Letters. You will begin to understand his approach to a variety of congregations.
A copy of these will be provided, but still bring your favorite translation and invite a friend!