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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 the church office.
Check out these opportunities and join in at any time!

  Early Morning Sunday Bible Study
Sundays, September 16 - November 18, 2018
7:15 am,
322/Conference Room
Facilitators: Jean Wahlstrom and Marvin Kananen
Journey with us through the book of AMOS this fall at the 7:15 am Sunday morning Bible Study. The prophet Amos brought a message of responsibility in an affluent time. This ten-week unit will cover the nine-chapter book. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
  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 have read through the Gospel of Mark, and have just begun a study of Mark with “Immersion Bible Studies” by Emerson B. Powery. This study series invites prayerful reading, reflection, and engagement with Scripture, including how to put it into practice in our lives..
Questions? Contact Dick Swaisgood through the church office.
  Tuesdays at 10:00 am in 322/Conference Room 
Led by Pastor James McEachran
We began Fall 2018 with a three week view into the Book of Ruth. It is meant to be a bridge writing between the First Testament and the New.
It is a unique writing which, unlike many books in the First Testament, engages us in themes of love and marriage, simple faith, and the tilling of the land. In a time of strife, the key is that common people live common lives with meaning and in hope. 

September 11 --- Introduction and Ruth chapter 1
September 18 --- Ruth meets Boaz and Ruth 2 and 3
September 25 --- Boaz and Ruth marry and Ruth 4
Come and share the time as we check into the Davidic Line and the roots of all that we celebrate with a later time birth in Bethlehem. 
October 2 --- "How to choose, and why you should choose, a good Bible or Two"
Pastor McEachran will bring a number of Bibles and suggest some of the best for beginning and in-depth study of the Word of God. Bring your favorite translation and join the workshop of Word-Digging. Oh, and guess which is his favorite translation!
beginning October 9 --- "Witness to New Life in Christ --- Paul’s Letter to the Romans"
Paul had a new vision for his mission, to travel to Spain in a missionary journey for the Lord. It may have been that his mission support came from the house churches in Rome.
The Letter to the Romans was his witness to what new life in Christ really meant.
We will begin a 10-week study on Tuesday, October 9. We will begin with a reading and unfolding of Romans 16.
This time will mark a study which will mark for each of us a path of witness and service as ambassadors for Christ in the world.
Here is the challenge, the opportunity. Invite a friend or two, bring you favorite translation. We will dig in, be open to the Spirit as we move through the fall.