Emmanuel offers Sunday and weekday classes based in scripture and centered in Christ. Our adult Bible-study program is designed to help us better know and understand the Bible, strengthen our relationship with God and one another, and give us hope and courage for daily living.

SPRING CLASS SCHEDULE

A brochure with schedule and room locations for adult, Sunday school, confirmation, and youth classes is available in the rack in Ebenezer Hall.

No classes on April 21 (Easter) or April 28 (Mission Presentation).

SUNDAY CLASSES
Meet the Corinthian Christians and see how Paul’s letter to them speaks to us, too
(Brandt Hall)
Conclude the study of Hebrews, then experience the rich traditions of Old Testament feasts and festivals.  (Ebenezer Hall, Lower Level)
—(For men) Get to know other men of the church as you pray and study together.  (School Conference Room-next to Activities Center)
Find out what Lutherans believe and why—in Lutheran Christianity.  (Room 103, School)

LUTHERAN CHRISTIANITY
Through April 14
Instructors: Rev. Tom E. Eggold, Rev. Art Klausmeier, Rev. Dan May, Mrs. Lana Hille
New Location: Room 103, Middle Level, School
A course for every new member and anyone else who’d like to explore what we believe and why we believe it. Questions about God, faith, and church are welcomed. Plus, we will look at our Emmanuel family and the building where we gather to worship.

1 CORINTHIANS: A LifeLight Study
March 3-May 19
Instructor: Rev. Gene Brunow
Location: Brandt Hall
Step into the New Testament world of the Corinthian Christians with us. You’ll recognize yourself, your church, and your own world—as we explore issues the Corinthians faced and study Paul’s counsel about forgiveness, our rights and the needs of others, and taking temptation seriously.

HEBREWS AND THE OLD TESTAMENT FEASTS OF ISRAEL
March 3-May 19
Instructor: Rev. Dennis McFadden
Location: Ebenezer Hall, Lower Level
Last quarter we covered the main “sermon” of Hebrews (through chapter 10). This quarter concludes the book with exhortations to faith, hope, and love in the life of a disciple (chapters 11-13). Then we turn to the Old Testament to examine the rich backdrop of feasts and festivals that honored God’s goodness and pointed to Christ (and which Hebrews kept referencing).

MEN’S BIBLE/BOOK STUDY
March 3-May 19
Instructors: Greg Wasson and Richie Cummins
Location: School Conference Room (next to Activities Center)
Get to know other men in our church as we read, study, and pray together.

MAY 5, 12, 19: CHOOSING WHERE TO LIVE AS WE AGE: The Best Options for Seniors
Presenters: Alex Kiefer and Rev. Art Klausmeier
Location: Sanctuary
A class for seniors and the children of seniors. When it’s time to choose a retirement community or residential care for you or a loved one, how do you decide? These sessions provide answers, a virtual tour of some local facilities, and a look at spiritual nurture available in these communities.

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MISSION SUNDAY: APRIL 28. Pastor Joshua Gale, Executive Director of Just Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network, will talk about the need for and the mission of this emergency shelter providing temporary housing for homeless families in Fort Wayne. Join us in Ebenezer Hall, Lower Level.
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WEEKDAY CLASSES

Mondays
Monday Morning Motivation   6:45-7:30 a.m.   (for women; continuing)
Providing a devotion, Bible study, fellowship, and COFFEE to start your week off right.
Leader: Sarah Martin   Location: Mocha Lounge, Covington Road

“Altogether Beautiful”   9:00-10:30 a.m.   (for women; bi-monthly, calendar provided in class)
Video-with-homework Bible study: The Song of Songs—what it means to be loved and called beautiful by God and made beautiful by His Son.
Facilitator: Bridget Eggold   Location: The Loft

The Epistle to the Ephesians   12:30-2:00 p.m.   (1st and 3rd Mondays)
Try us out! Everyone is invited.
Instructor: Jim Croxton   Location: Ebenezer Hall

LifeLight: Law and Gospel  5:30-7:00 p.m.  (begins March 18, goes through May 13)
Instructor: David Kuker  Location: Ebenezer Hall

Tuesdays
NEW—Women’s Christian Book Study   8:00-9:00 p.m.   (for women; 1st and 3rd Tuesdays)
“Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up” reveals the Jesus of the Bible, as well as false Christs that are embraced even by well-meaning Christians. Join us as we find comfort in the real Jesus.
Instructors: Hayley Buchholz and Beth Williams   Location: The Loft

Wednesdays
Men’s Bible Study   6:30-7:30 a.m.   (continuing)
Instructor: Rev. Daniel Sheafer   Location: Brandt Hall

“Prayer: Does It Make Any Difference?”   8:30-9:45 a.m.   (for women; continuing)
This study puts fresh eyes on the topic of prayer and turns communication with the God of creation into a natural, wonderful relationship.
Instructor: Lana Hille   Location: Brandt Hall

Pastor’s Bible Study   10:00-11:00 a.m.   (continuing)
Instructors: various presenters   Location: Ebenezer Hall

Thursdays
Lutheran Women in Mission   1:00-3:00 p.m.   (for women; 1st Thursdays)
1-2 p.m.—Mission Project
2-3 p.m.—Bible Study: Women in the Bible
Location: Ebenezer Hall, Lower Level

Fridays
Men’s Ministry Bible Study   6:30-7:30 a.m.   (for men; continuing)
We’ll examine readings for the upcoming weekend with discussion, prayer, and COFFEE.
Instructor: John Martin   Location: Mocha Lounge, Covington Road

Moms and More Bible Study   9-10:30 a.m.   (for women; 1st and 3rd Fridays; childcare provided) 

"God Loves Moms”—a study of 13 biblical women shows how God reveals his grace through Christ.
Instructors: Lisa Moellering and Holly Diffendarfer   Location: The Loft

Bible Study: the Book of Acts   1:30-2:30 p.m.   (continuing)
Instructor: Rev. Manfred Fremder   Location: Lutheran Life Villages—South Anthony

 

 

Puerto Rico Trip

SUPPORT OUR MISSION TRIP
to Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Mayaguez.
May 18-25
Use Donation Envelopes outside Becki's office.
Muchas Gracias!