Community Bible Study
Come see what happens in people’s lives when they discover God through the study of His Word, the Bible. Our classes meet weekly during the school year. Each class participant receives a course book with a commentary and home study questions. Each week, you will gather with a small group to go over your study questions from the week and listen to a short teaching about the lesson.
Community Bible Study is a gathering where women of all ages and of all levels of Bible knowledge can interact with each other to learn more about God through the study of His Word, the Bible.
Our children and youth ministry is for children or grandchildren of women who attend the class that are ages infant through eighth grade. Come be a part of a caring, in-depth Bible study!
We will be meeting in person again this year! The Class year begins September 6th. If you would like to join us, you can register by clicking the "register now" button at the top of this page.
Got questions? Get in touch with us from the “email us” button at the bottom of the page.
Also at the bottom of the page are links to find out more about Community Bible Study and our statement of faith.
2022-23 Year Information:
We look forward to meeting in person when we start our new class year on September 6, 2022 to study:
Colossians is a letter written to combat error in the church. Paul pointed the believers at Colossae to Jesus as the Head of His body, the church. Paul also told the Colossian believers that they had fullness in Christ. The questions in this course are thought provoking and challenging.
Set in the Babylonian captivity, the book of Daniel focuses on God’s sovereign control of heaven and earth, from beginning to end. The familiar stories of Daniel 1–6 provide a great model for living a godly life in a hostile environment. Chapters 7–12 provide compelling pictures of God’s eternal, unshakable kingdom that will prevail, no matter how bad things seem at the moment. Class members will be encouraged in the areas of prayer, persevering under trial, living wisely, and seeking God in troubling times.
1st and 2nd Peter
In these two letters, the apostle Peter offered encouragement to followers of Christ who were living as exiles and being persecuted for their faith. These books exhort believers to hope and godly living. They teach about godly relationships and warn about false teachers. They point to Jesus as our example in suffering and faith, and remind us that true security can be found only in God.
525 E 200 S, Clearfield, 84015
Tue at 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM
525 Eash 200 South, Clearfield, 84015
Tue at 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM