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Sunday Morning Bible Study
We consider the study of God’s Word just as important as attending worship.  During the school year, St. John offers an adult Bible class between our worship services.  The class begins at 9:15 a.m.  We study God’s word by taking a look at a book of the Bible or a certain teaching of the Bible.  Those in high school and older are encouraged to attend this class. 

Midweek Bible Study
Throughout the year, St. John holds a midweek Bible Study on Monday mornings at 8:00am and Tuesday evenings at 5:30pm.  We study the same topic in both classes each week.  Similar to our Sunday Bible Study, this class studies God’s word by taking a look at a book of the Bible, a teaching of the Bible, or another topic. 

Bible Information Class
St. John offers a Bible information class (BIC), an adult instruction class.  This class is designed to teach the basic teachings of the Bible.  This BIC class is for people interested in becoming members of St. John, or for people just looking to study the basic teachings of the Bible as a refresher.  Please contact one of our pastors for more information concerning the next class. 
Ladies’ Lunch
Our Lutheran Women’s Missionary Society (abbreviated LWMS) meets on the second Monday of each month during the school year at noon in order to study God’s word, enjoy a meal, and to enjoy fellowship with each other.  The ladies of LWMS also support some of the mission work of our Synod through prayers, monetary gifts, and other means.  Our group is one of many such groups throughout the nation.  Visit LWMS.org for more information. 
Men’s Study
This group meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. throughout the year. They meet in order to study God’s word, enjoy fellowship with each other, and to eat some food.
During the school year, members of St. John meet Wednesday evenings in order to learn psalms, hymns, and songs in order to sing praises to their Savior.  These songs are then sung during the worship services.