“They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” – Acts 2:42

Old Testament Bethel (6:30 pm in Suite C)

Leader: Andy Holmes

Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed by the Scriptures? Who were the Judges? Who were the prophets? What about all those Old Testament kings? How does it all fit together?  And does it make a difference in my life today? In Bethel, you will begin to see the framework of how the Scriptures fit together as you watch God’s work and God’s planunfold. This study will give you a framework that will be a blessing to your understanding and study of the Bible for the rest of your life. Ultimately, you will see that the entire Old Testament is aiming at one moment, the birth of a baby in a manager in Bethlehem.  


The Augsburg Confession: A Look at the Heart of what Christian Believe, Teach, Confess, and Live (6:30 pm in the Chapel)

Leader: Pastor Schuschke

Who is God? What does he feel about me, especially when I fail and break his commandments? Who is Jesus Christ? Is he God or man? How are we saved? Do we need to be saved at all, or is just a matter of trying hard to get better?  What is the church? What is the point of the Sacraments, do they matter today? We all ask these questions sometimes, and the world today is asking them with a vengeance. In this study, we will discover that these questions are as old as time and that faithful believers have answered them before. As we study these topics and many more, we will find that the answers from God’s word are as important as they ever were! This class would be a great compliment to the Christian Belief in the Age of Skepticism class being offered on Sunday.  

Please join us for delicious home cooked meals, fellowship and Bible studies.  Dinner starts at 5:00 pm and will be served in the School Cafeteria.

Contact: communitynight@stlukes-oviedo.org