Studying God’s Word will change your life, if you put what you learn into practice.
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. Psalm 119:105 (KJV)
Pastor Bill be leading a ZOOM bible study of the book of Ephesians on Tuesdays beginning next week March 31st at 7:30 pm.
Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:30 am in the ChapelSenior Pastor Bill Pfohl leads this study. The Wesleyan Path to the Good Life: In the Fall Season of the Tuesday Spiritual Growth we will be examining Scripture and the writings and hymns of John and Charles Wesley, and also reflecting upon the lived history of a people called Methodists. Each class will specifically seek to not only inform us of the past, but also help individuals examine their own Christian experience and intentionally pursue lives of practical divinity. This session will run on Tuesdays from September 24th through December 17th. All are welcome.
Thursday at 9:45 – 11:30 am in the Carriage House.
Come join us while we study God’s word, discuss God’s truth and encourage and support one another on the journey. This is an ongoing group made up of women from different faith backgrounds and ages. This fall we will be focusing on the Bible’s primary passages on the Holy Spirit. We will be using Stonecroft’s “Who is the Holy Spirit” as our guide for discussion..Beginning Thursday, September 5th. We follow the school schedule; we do not meet during school vacations and weather cancellations.Sign Up: Open to all women; drop ins welcome; babysitting available with advance notice.Contact: Debbie Ahle,, (203) 438-6782.
Monday nights, 7:00-8:30 pm
Around the Table
We’re looking forward to including new members this fall when we study The Calvary Road* by Roy Hession. With a focus on what it means to experience personal revival, the author helps us see how brokenness, humility and confession can prepare our hearts to receive the fullness God wants for us.
Around the Table meets Monday nights, 7:00-8:30 in the Chapel. We resume September 9. Questions? Elizabeth Rabinowitz, firstname.lastname@example.org, (203) 241-1729. * Books available at Books on the Common; mention you are part of this study to receive 15% discount. Questions? Elizabeth Questions? Elizabeth Rabinowitz,, (203) 431-8502.