Bible Study and Sunday School

 

Bible Study and Sunday School

 

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 complete informatino about Bible studies and small groups, please contact

Pr. Chris at cdavis@immanuelbatavia.org.

 

 

Sundays, 9:30-10:30 AM

 

Sunday Adult Forum

Fellowship Hall

Led by Bob Schmidt and Elvin Harms

Topic of Study: The Christian Difference

 

Sunday School, Age 3-Grade 5

Gym and classrooms

Led by Mary Wert [mwert@immanuelbatavia.org]

Topic of Study: Fruits of the Spirit

 

Middle School Bible Study, Grades 6-8

Middle school classrooms

Led by Tony Ciro, Brian Nahleweg, Paul Dauksha, Joe Circelli

Topic of Study: The Way

 

High School Bible Study, Grades 9-12

Heritage Room

Led by Becca Wert

Topic of Study: Everybody, Always

 

Weekday Studies

 

Mon. AM Bible Study

Mon., 9 AM, Fellowship Hall

Led by Pr. Ron Weidler

Topic of Study: The Book of Romans

 

Mon. PM Bible Study

Mon., 7 PM, Library

Led by Pr. Ron Weidler

Topic of Study: The Book of Romans

 

Relational Skills in the Bible

Mon., 7 PM, Heritage Room

Led by Julaine Kammrath

 

Tue. AM Bible Study

Tue., 9 AM, Fellowship Hall

Led by Pr. Chris Davis [cdavis@immanuelbatavia.org]

Topic of Study: The Book of Acts

 

Women's Bible Study

Wed., 9:30 AM, Fellowship Hall

Led by Laura Klein

Topic of Study: Fervent

 

Confirmation 

Wed., 6:30 PM, Grades 6-8, middle school classrooms

Led by Pr. Eric Kennaugh [church@immanuelbatavia.org]

 

Thu. PM Bible Study

Thu., 6:30 PM, Heritage Room

Led by Pr. Chris Davis [cdavis@immanuelbatavia.org]

Topic of Study: The Book of Revelation

 

Men's Bible Study

Sat., 8 AM, Heritage Room or Batavia Panera on alternating weeks

Led by Pr. Eric Kennaugh [church@immanuelbatavia.org]

Topic of Study: The Letters of St. Peter

 

 

 

 

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