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A Little Book on Joy
Sundays | 9:15am
Join Pastor Kroonblawd for Bible study Sundays at 9:15am when we’ll study LCMS Synod President Matthew Harrison’s book, A Little Book on Joy, published by Concordia Publishing House. You don’t need to have read the book and you don’t need to buy the book.
Meeting ID: 734 5739 3090
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"Romans," a Living Way study
Mondays | 10am | by phone
Romans emphasizes the righteousness from God. Luther referred to Romans as "the soul's daily bread." This study is a great help to grow in the truths of Scripture. Come join us on this exciting journey through Romans!
To join the class call 1-314-474-1976 and use PIN number 111 945 746
Men's Bible Study
Wednesdays | 6:30am | Conference Room
Now studying Romans
Biblical scholars agree the book of Romans was composed by the Apostle Paul to explain that salvation is offered through the gospel of Jesus Christ. Come deepen your faith as we apply this Gospel message to our lives.
Women of the Word (WOW) Bible Study
Fridays during the school year | 9:00am | Conference Room
"Women of the Word" (WOW) Bible study welcomes TLO women and friends and guests. Come for prayer, Bible study, friendship and a coffee break. Child care for young children is offered as needed. WOW meets in the TLO Conference Room, upper level near the Sanctuary, on Fridays when TLO School is in session. Plan to make WoW Bible study part of your routine beginning September 2020.
Women's Bible Study
Saturdays | 9:00am | via Zoom
Lynn Kroonblawd hosts a virtual Bible study on Saturday mornings from 9:00-9:40am. Please contact the church office if you are interested in joining. There will be a different study every week, so join in when you can!
Privileged to Pray
First day of the month | 7pm | via Zoom
Gather via Zoom on the first day of every month for wonderful fellowship and a dedicated hour of prayer. Open to singles and couples, we welcome men and women of all ages. Bring your Bible and a heart ready for prayer.