Adult Learning Opportunities

Adult Sunday School

Doughnuts & Discussions

Nourished by coffee, snacks, and fellowship, this group examines the relationship between theology and contemporary culture. Topics have included a survey of the teachings of Islam and an examination of the theology of Martin Luther throughout his life. Doughnuts & Discussions meets in Strickler Hall.

 

Sunday Lectionary 

Sunday Lectionary, also referred to as the “Second-Floor Bible Study,” meets in the Conference Room. The class reads from the Augsburg Adult Bible Study Series, a renowned series that explores the varieties of meaning of Biblical texts and provokes discussions based on major themes, such as “Sustaining Hope” and “Creation: God Loves Us.”

 

Faith Matters

This class, which meets in the Library, provides a platform for engaging in a focused conversation regarding themes such as justice, women in the Lutheran church, and the roles of Christians in society. The group is presently partaking in a study entitled “Faith, Sexism, and Justice: Conversations toward a Social Statement.”
 
 
 

Adult Learning

Adult Mid-Week Study

 

Men’s Bible Study 

The Men’s Bible Study meets weekly at 7:00 AM on Wednesdays at Charlie’s Café, 4024 Granby Street, Norfolk, 23517.  The group discusses the scriptural readings of the week from a practical and genuine perspective.

 

Women’s Bible Study 

The Women’s Bible Study meets seasonally to explore the varieties of religious experiences, concerns, and joys of women of the Lutheran faith through scripture. The group also collectively reads and examines books of spiritual importance, such as John Ortberg’s Soul Keeping: Caring for the Most Important Part of You.
 
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