"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:1
Basics of the Christian Faith & What Lutherans Believe
Next Session Begins: Tuesday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m.
you know any adults who would be interested in studying what the Bible teaches
about the basics of the Christian faith? Would you like to know what the
Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod believes?
This six-week course will use the book Basic Bible Teachings by CPH for discussion. Adult confirmation is offered to any who are interested following the completion of the course.
The course is taught by Pastors Thomas and Thomson and includes topics: Living with Expectations; Living with Jesus as Savior; Living as God’s Child; Living the Christian Life; Living Forever with Jesus.
Any new members, including those received through adult confirmation, transfer, and affirmation of faith will be received into membership after completion of the course. If you’d like to attend, please call the office at 314.822.0447.
Pastors’ Bible Class: Pastors Thomas and Thomson lead this study of the upcoming readings for the next Sunday.
Class is broadcast live on KFUO AM850 or kfuo.org, and archived on KFUO.org. (Gym)
Foundation: Discussion-based study of Christ as our foundation, how that foundation prepares us for daily life, and what competes daily for our foundation. (Fellowship Hall)
Resuming in September - Acts of the Risen Lord: A Study of Luke’s Account: Class led by Rev. Dr. Mark Seifrid. (Music Room). Note that Dr. Seifrid's class will be hiatus for the summer, resuming on Sunday, September 8.
Living Way: Wednesdays at 9:00-10:30am or Thursday eveneings at 7-8:30pm.
Weekly in-depth Bible study with lesson plans, small-group discussion, group lecture and Q&A with pastors and vicar. Our current study is Miracles of the Old Testament. See more information about Living Way below.
Monday Morning Men’s Bible Study: 6:00-7:00am in Fellowship Hall. Topic: Echo,
Unbroken Truth. Worth Repeating. Again. by Pastor Jonathan Fisk.
Tuesday Women’s Bible Study: Tuesdays, 9:00am, LL3. Acts: The Gospel Throughout the World: led by Jan Eisenloeffel.
What We Believe: Tuesdays at 6:30pm. Contact the church office for details on the next class.
Institute of Theology: Tuesdays, 7pm. The current session has concluded.
ECHO Youth Group: 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays at 6:30-8:30pm, Youth Room. For high school youth; includes Bible study, fellowship, time to hang out with friends.
MOPS: A Group Just for Moms! Meets 1st & 3rd Thursdays, 9-11am. For moms of children age 5 & under. For details and registration, click here.
Confirmation Studies for middle school students.
Apples of Gold is a unique intergenerational women’s Bible study opportunity. Women reach out to each other with love, compassion and wisdom from God’s Word. Apples of Gold helps to rebuild marriage relationships, offers insight on parent/child relationships and emphasizes the importance of spiritual development. This eight-week nurturing program is based on Titus 2:3-5 (kindness, loving your husband, loving your children, submission, purity and hospitality). It offers practical homemaking skills and encourages women to be the Christian women God has called them to be. Space is limited – register online here or with the church office.
DATES: September through April.
CURRENT SEMESTER'S STUDY: Great Miracles of the Old Testament (January to April, 2019)
- Wednesday mornings at 9am in Sanctuary & various break-out rooms or
- Thursday evenings at 7pm in Fellowship Hall
The Living Way in-depth study format features a weekly lesson with assigned readings and worksheet questions to answer, break-out time in a small group to discuss the lesson in a casual setting, followed by a lecture on the lesson topic by our pastors or vicar. During the pastors' lecture time, Q&A are always welcomed.
Join us on Wednesday mornings (beginning January 9) or Thursday evenings (beginning January 10) for this semester's study, Great Miracles of the Old Testament. In this study, we will examine some of the tremendous
moments of our Lord’s intervention in the natural course of history and human
events. We will see how God’s interventions were important to His
overall plan of demonstrating redemption and salvation through His Son, Jesus
Christ. This study will give a greater appreciation of the Lord’s ongoing
presence in our lives and communities, an appreciation for His constant
providence and care in the midst of a fallen world suffering the consequences
of sin and death.
Register for Living Way online by clicking here.
LESSON PDFs, AUDIO & CALENDAR: Click here to jump to our Media page, where you can find lessons to print, listen to the audio of a Living Way lecture, or review the calendar of lessons and breaks.