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Our Fall Bible Studies


Women's Morning Bible Study starts Septmeber 4

Starting September 4, the women will meet Wednesday mornings from 10:00-11:30. Join us for Carolyn Moore's 7-week study, Encounter the Father. Discover the freedom that comes in the revelation that your heavenly Father calls you his own. We will gather in the Grace living room. Babysitting is available. 

For more information, contact Patty Bordwell.


Young Adults Bible Study starts September 4

 Our Young Adults group is a gathering of those who are college aged and young professionals.  This is a group rooted in fellowship and spiritual growth as an individual and community. Young Adults meets on Wednesday nights from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. in the living room (to the left of the foyer). 

For more information, contact Henry Covert


Men's Bible Study Resumes September 7

Genesis, the Book of Beginnings, answers some profound questions: who are we, what sort of world is this, why are our lives such a struggle, and what can we do about it? Genesis also begins to answer another question: who is God? 
It is an extraordinary Biblical book that can set your feet on a firm foundation if you will invest the time to digest its contents. Want to learn more about who you really are and what is really wrong with life? Join us in the Men’s Bible Study and breakfast on Saturday mornings. Coffee and fellowship begin at 7:30 a.m., breakfast at 8:00, Genesis at 8:30, we’re done by 9:30. These two hours each week can change your life.

For more information, contact Bill Russell


Adult Forum starts Septmeber 8

Do you want to know more about God? That is, do you want to know more about who God is, what he’s done, is doing, and will do—and how you fit into it all?

If so, Grace Anglican’s Sunday Adult Forum is just the place for you this coming fall through next spring. Beginning Sunday morning, Sep 8 and continuing through next May 31 join us at 9:30 in the Living Room for an in-depth exploration of our powerful and loving God.

Our time together promises to be different from typical Bible studies you may have experienced about God. In this study, we’ll take 34 Sundays to examine the theology of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Our material all comes from the Bible, but it will be organized in a way to help you focus on each person of the Trinity “individually,” so to speak.

And, we’ll use the Nicene Creed, the Church’s classic declaration of the Christian faith, as our guide. Each Sunday you will learn something new about our infinite God, something that just might come to your mind as we recite the Nicene Creed together in our worship after the Forum.

God has gone to a lot of expense to reveal himself to you and the rest of humankind since the beginning of time. Literally. After all, he made us to enjoy him. Why not take him up on his offer and spend a few Sundays to hear what he has to say about himself? Who knows, you might just be able to hear him better when he speaks directly to you!

For more information, contact Bill Russell


Women's Tuesday Evening Bible Study starts September 10

Have you noticed how sometimes you have a story in the back of your mind that keeps coming up, even when you're talking about something else? In Ephesians, throughout its worship, prayers and instructions for living, Paul can't contain his joy and amazement at the larger story of God's plan to save us in Jesus the Messiah.

On Tuesday, September 10, our Evening Women’s Bible Study will resume with an exploration of the book of Ephesians. We will be using N. T. Wright's study guide. N.T. Wright is an Anglican bishop, scholar and teacher. These eleven studies from Tom Wright will help us see the significance of our role in God's grand narrative, and encourage us to live more fully as people who are lavishly loved by God.

The cost of the study guide is $7.50. We gather at 7:00 p.m. in the Grace Living Room. For more information, contact Karen Henson.