Coordinator: Discipleship Ministries

Staff Liaison: Director of Discipleship Ministries

Sunday Morning Bible Study has sessions usually lasting 4-10 weeks at a time. Each session covers a book or books of the Bible.

As the struggle continues on how to cope with this pandemic, Saint Andrew’s is offering series of online Sunday Bible Studies.

Current Study:

Early Sunday Morning Bible Study

Sign up below for the Bible Study(ies) you would like to attend.

Descriptions for each follow the sign-up.

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Early Sunday Morning Bible Study ~ Praying the Psalms

Sundays, April 11, 2021 - May 9, 2021 | 8:15 am | via Zoom

Led by Jill Nichols-Hicks

Join us for a five-week Bible Study series on Praying the Psalms. Together we will take a deep dive into the strength and richness of the Psalms adding more depth into our prayer life, including assisting others who are learning or struggling on how to pray. We will also look at ways we can share these beautiful Psalms to provide extra comfort to those we love.

Session #1: Prayer is Relationship-Praise and Thanksgiving
Psalm 147:1-11
Psalm 148
Psalm 136
Psalm 116

Session #2: Seeking Forgiveness
Psalm 32 and 51
Psalm 103
Psalm 130:3-4

Session #3: Prayer in Times of Trouble and Struggles
Psalms 6 and 102
Psalm 22- Cross
Psalm 23- Crook
Psalm 24- Crown
Psalm 88
Psalm 106:43-48

Session #4: Prayer for Wisdom and Guidance
Psalm 38
Psalm 119: 33-40, 66-68, 105, 129-136
Psalm 86
Psalm 25:1-10

Session #5: Prayer for Peace and Comfort
Psalm 71
Psalm 55
Psalm 56:8
Psalm 46
Psalm 30
Psalm 27

The one-hour gathering begins at 8:15 am each of the Sundays.

Early Sunday Morning Bible Study ~ Paul's Letter to the GALATIANS

Sundays, May 16 - June 27, 2021 | 8:15 am | via Zoom

Led by Jean Wahlstrom and Marvin Kananen

Let’s study the short (six chapters in seven weeks) Letter to the Galatians, Paul’s letter for “recovering Pharisees.” This gracious letter can liberate us from our legalism tendencies and help us “stand fast in the freedom with which Christ has set us free.” Its message is appropriate for this Easter Season as we explore this impact of Christ’s resurrection.
These are open discussion Zoom gatherings and all are welcome.

The one-hour gathering begins at 8:15 am each of the Sundays.


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