Bible Studies

Scroll to the bottom of the page for our Google calendar of Bible Studies

For Men

  • Tuesdays at 6:30 am at Burger King. Led by Pastor Troup. They’re taking a break for the summer and will resume on August 8th.

For Women

  • Thursdays at 7:00 pm in the overflow room. They’re taking a break for the summer & will resume on August 10th.

For All Adults

  • Sundays at 9:00 am in the overflow room. led by Pastor Troup. Current Topic: Luther and His Times.
  • Sundays at 9:00 am in the church basement kitchen. Led by Scott & Jen Janssen and Tim Scheibe. Current Topic: The Case for Christ. (Feel free to bring your little ones with you to the study.)
  • Wednesdays at 9:30 am in the overflow room. led by Pastor Demski. Current Topic: A study of Jeremiah.

For Pre-K-College

  • Preschool-2nd grade: Sundays at 9:00 am in the education building. Led by Cindy Troup and various teachers.
  • 3rd-6th grade: Sundays at 9:00 am in the church basement. Led by Millie Menke & Gayle Mesnarich.
  • 7th-8th grade: Sundays at 9:00 am in the multipurpose room. Led by Alan Stumpf. Current Topic: Accounts of Christian Teaching and Service. (Parents are welcome to attend with their students.)
  • High School & College-age: Sundays at 9:00 am in the library. Led by Pastor Demski. Current Topic: Evangelism. (You don’t have to be in college, young adults are more than welcome regardless of academic circumstances.)

If you are interested in becoming a member of Immanuel and are not currently a member of an LCMS congregation, we offer Adult Information Classes (AIC) 1-2 times per year.  Please contact us for more information.

Bible studies are conducted for the spiritual nurturing of all Christians. Various topics are studied and these change as topics are completed. For a more thorough study of the Bible, you may want to use or purchase The Lutheran Study Bible. The LCMS publishes it’s resources using the ESV (English Standard Version) translation of the Bible, so that is what we commonly use in our studies. However, due to familiarity, many of our members still use the NIV (1984) translation during studies.