Bible Studies


Bible Studies


Immanuel offers several opportunities throughout the week to dig deeper into the Bible.

Every believer is encouraged to grow in their knowledge and understanding of the Scriptures.


For more information about Bible studies and small groups, please contact

Pr. Chris at


Traditional Bible Studies

  • Sunday Forum, 9:3-10:30 AM, via Zoom

Begins Sun., Sep. 13. Led by Elvin Harms and Bob Schmidt. This class will walk through One Nation Under God: Healing Racial Divide, a Bible study written by our brother in Christ and friend of Immanuel, Pr. Keith Haney. Registration appreciateded.



  • Discovering Immanuel, TBD

Led by Pr. Eric Kennaugh. Covers information necessary to become an engaged participant and is essential for those interested in membership. Meet active members to answer questions and make connections, and ministry leaders to learn about opportunities. Registration is required.



  • Tue. AM Thessalonians, 9 AM, Fellowship Hall

Begins Tue., Sep. 8. Led by Pr. Ron Weidler. Registration is not required, but appreciated.

  • Tue. PM Thessalonians, 7 PM, Fellowship Hall

Begins Tue., Sep. 8. Led by Pr. Ron Weidler. Registration is not required, but appreciated.

Pr. Weidler will restart his Bible Study on 1 and 2 Thessalonians beginning on Tue. (NOTE THE CHANGE OF DAY IN THE WEEK!) Sep. 8 at 9 AM and 7 PM. The nine-week course is scheduled to conclude Nov. 3. Classes (for the most part) will be in the Fellowship Hall.  


  • Women’s Bible Study, Weds., 9-10:30 AM, Fellowship Hall

Led by Laura Klein. Begins Wed., Sep. 16

This group will study Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World, by Lucien and Max Lucado. Registration is required. Covid protocols will be followed.



  • Student Ministry Leader Study, Tue., 6:30 PM, Ministry House

If interested, please contact Pr. Chris at 630 879 7163 or



  • Thu. PM Acts, 6:30 PM, Multi Purpose Room

Begins Thu., Sep. 17. Led by Pr. Chris Davis.

Most of the Bible is written to the Israelite nation with applications to us, but with laws and callings of God that are not for Christians today. The Book of Acts is written by and for New Covenant Christians with great direction and guidance for Christians today. Registration is not required, but appreciated.



  • Fri. PM Hard Questions, 6:30, Multi Purpose Room

Begins Fri., Sep. 18. Led by Pr. Chris Davis.

What does the Bible say about the Hard Questions of life: Heaven and Hell, Government, Divorce, Justice and Forgiveness, Holy Spirit, Strange Bible Characters, Theological debates? What questions do you want to explore? Let’s seek God’s answers! Registration is not required, but appreciated.



Relational Studies

  • Experiencing God Virtual, TBD, via Zoom

Post-high school age group. No prerequisite.



  • Mindfulness, Thu., 9-10:30 AM, Glinke home

Begins Thu., Sep. 17. Led by Amy Glinke. No prerequisite.

Come as you are. Mindfulness is being aware of our thoughts without judgement. We will learn how to be more mindfully aware in our everyday lives including what it means in our walk with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Registration required. Class size is limited to six participants.