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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 SUNDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
  Early Sunday Bible Study
Facilitators: Jean Wahlstrom and Marvin Kananen
Sundays, June 11 - July 30
8:15 am
 
PROPHETS: Elijah, Elisha, and Obadiah??
Come join us as we look at the role of the prophets in general. Then we narrow our focus to two well-known prophets: ELIJAH and ELISHA in the BOOK OF KINGS as to their unique roles and impact on the History of Israel. In the midst of these (on the one week Jean will be gone) studies, we consider the message of one of the deservedly so lesser known prophets, OBADIAH. Always, pondering their potential influence on our world today.
You are welcome for one or all of the studies; coffee and ‘something for the other hand’ will also be available.
   
TUESDAY MORNING MEN
  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! 

We will not meet on Tuesday, July 4.
Beginning July 11, we spend a few weeks beginning a study of Galatians.
Following the study of Galatians, we will return to our Reformation focus for the remaining Tuesdays leading to the 500th anniversary. .    
 
We welcome you to Room 212 every Tuesday morning -- ALL MEN ARE WELCOME!
   
TUESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
  Tuesdays at 10:00 am in 322/Conference Room 
Led by Pastor James McEachran
     
A Study of the Gospels
 
We will resume meeting again on Tuesday, September 12, for a ten-week study over-viewing the Gospels. How did we get them? Why are they different? Are there more than four? 
 
As always, invite a friend and bring your favorite translation of the Bible.