Bible Study

Romans Bible Study

Members of all ages and stages are welcome to join this weekly discussion on Wednesdays, led by Rev. John Semmes and Rev. Catherine Foster, 11:00 am to noon in Heritage Hall. Now through November 14, 2018, the group will study Art Ross and Martha Stevenson’s book, Romans.

Wednesday Morning Bible StudySchedule

September 12, 2018 Unit 1: RomansLinked to the Old Testament - Source of Life for the Church
September 19, 2018Unit 2: Romans 1:1-17Opening the Letter - Meeting the Author & Recipients
September 26, 2018 Unit 3: Romans 1-18:2:16Sin & Salvation
October 3, 2018 Unit 4: Romans 2:17-4:25Faith as "Trust" vs. Obedience or Belief
October 10, 2018 Unit 5: Romans 5:1-6:23Justified, Reconciled, Sanctified
October 17, 2018 Unit 6: Romans 7:1-8:11Beyond Religion to Faith
October 24, 2018 Unit 7: Romans 8:12-39The "Convictions" of the Church
October 31, 2018 Unit 8: Romans 9:1-11:36The Promises of God to Israel and to Us
November 7, 2018 Unit 9: Romans 12:1-15:13After Talking the Talk, How Do We Walk the Walk?
November 14, 2018 Unit 10: Romans 15:14-16:27Valedictory

Small Groups

Small groups offer a wonderful space to learn about scripture, connect with friends, pray together, and explore how our faith shapes our everyday lives.

Moses Reluctant Prophet

Small Group with Amy Caldwell
Dates: September 5-26 and November 7 & 14
When: Wednesday nights, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Topic: Adam Hamilton’s Moses
Who: All Adults
Where: Shallowford Presbyterian Church, Room 307
Contact: Amy Caldwell

Presbyterian Women Bible Study

God's PromiseGod’s Promise: I Am with You
By Amy Poling Sutherlun

The 2018–2019 Presbyterian Women Horizon’s Bible Study is God’s Promise: I Am with You. The Bible Study takes readers on a journey through scripture to consider circumstances in which God articulated God’s promise of presence. This study does not delve deeply into manifestations of God’s presence but rather on God’s actual articulation of God’s promise. We will see anew that God offered these words of profound comfort and commitment to individuals and communities from the time of the patriarchs to that of the prophets; from the judges to the kings; before, during, and after the exile; into the New Testament and beyond, to the end of the age.