Disciple Bible Study

Register for DISCIPLE Bible Study classes beginning in August!

Long term DISCIPLE Bible studies to begin on August 29


DISCIPLE I – Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study

Wednesday mornings, 9:30 am – 12 noon

This first study in the DISCIPLE program is a thirty-four week journey through the biblical story from Genesis to Revelation. The first half of the study is devoted to the Old Testament and the second covers the New Testament. Completion of DISCIPLE I is the pre-requisite to all of the other long-term studies in the DISCIPLE program. Cost is $60.

Register here for DISCIPLE I

DISCIPLE III – Remembering Who You Are

Wednesday mornings 9:30 am – 12 noon
Wednesday evenings 6:30 pm – 9 pm  This class is full!  Please call Rae Frenette (512.255.3336) if you’d like to be put on a wait list.

This thirty-two week study connects memory and identity as the people of God. Several themes are studied: the call to remember; the call to repentance; the need for renewed vision; and the place of community. Sixteen sessions cover the major and minor Old Testament prophets (excluding Daniel) and sixteen cover the thirteen letters traditionally attributed to Paul. Cost is $60.

Register here for DISCIPLE III morning class

Short term DISCIPLE Bible Study classes begin in August or September


Invitation to John

Wednesday mornings, 9:30 – 11:30 am – begins August 29

This  11 week (12 including orientation) covers the Gospel that stands apart from the others. In it, we find Jesus speaking not in parables, but in lengthy discussions about miracles and his servant nature. We hear Jesus’ great promises, beginning with “For God so loved the world…”, and we receive Jesus’ invitations: “Come and see” and “Follow me.” There are no pre-requisites for short term classes. Cost is $25.

This class is full.  If we have enough people on a wait list, we will open another class.

Click here to put your name on the wait list.

Invitation to Romans

Monday evenings, 6:30 – 8:30 pm – begins September 10

This 8 week (9 including orientation) study invites us into conversation around several themes: Paul’s emphasis on communal salvation; the centrality of God’s righteousness; and the relationship between Jews and Gentiles and the relationship of both to God. There are no pre-requisites for short term classes. Cost is $25.

Register here for Invitation to Romans


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