Bible Study

Lenten Bible Study 2021 1/22/2021


There will be two opportunities to study during Lent:

Lenten Daily Devotional

A Lenten Daily Devotional will be distributed from the church each week during the Lenten Season.  If you are interested in receiving the Lenten Daily Devotional and are not currently on our e-mail distribution list, please provide your e-mail address to Sherri in the Church Office at 412-264-0470, x10. Or visit our "Contact" page to share your contact information.

"The Ten Commandments"

We will be reading Adam Hamilton’s book, “The Ten Commandments."

Books have been ordered for those who expressed an interest in purchasing. The books will be distributed next week (week of February 21).

When you receive your book, please set aside some time to read and review both Chapters One and Two. As a reminder, Reverend Tom will be available after each worship service for a brief Q&A period as we journey through Lent reflecting on the Ten Commandments.

COMPLETED! Incarnation - Rediscovering The Significance of Christmas, by Adam Hamilton 10/20/2020

We completed our Fall Bible Study on November 17th. We hope to meet again in 2021 for our Spring Bible Study.

Thank you to all who attended our Fall Bible Study!


Beginning on Tuesday, October 27th through November 17th. This season’s study will reflect upon Adam Hamilton’s Book, “Incarnation - Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas.” To accommodate church meetings and Election Day, we will be meeting at 7:00 p.m. on the following days:

Tuesday, October 27th: Presidents and Kings

Monday, November 2nd: The Savior & Our Need for Saving

Tuesday, November 10th: Emmanuel in the Midst of a Pandemic

Tuesday, November 17th: The Light of the World

STUDY BOOKS are now available; recommended donation is $15.00 per book. Please see the Church Secretary if you are interested in obtaining a book. Social Distancing will be maintained in the Social Hall during our Bible Study. Please consider being a part of a small group engaged in study of the Bible, thoughtful faith exploration, and Christian fellowship.