Disciple Bible Study
Disciple Bible Studies are in-depth 36-week studies of the Bible that are held during the school year. There are four classes: Disciple I, II, III, IV. Although each study stands alone, it is recommended that you take Disciple I before any of the other studies. The remaining studies can be taken in any order. To get more information about the class, contact Karen Ediger.
Wednesday Night Bible Study
This is an energetic and contemporary Bible study on topics of interest that lead us every Wednesday night in discussing the relevancy of our faith and just how we intend to take what the Word of God says and make it part and parcel of our lives. The class meets every week at 7:00 pm in Bethel Room 106. If you have questions or would like more information, contact Delores Fenwick.
Men's Bible Study
The Men's Bible Study meets on Wednesdays at noon in Bethel Room 210.
A variety of short-term studies are carried out during the year. If you have questions or would like more information, contact Charlie Philipp at 281.485.7641.
Mom's Bible Study
The moms meet every other Thursday at 9:00 am for a potluck breakfast and awesome Bible study based on books and video series that are relevant in today's world. If you have questions or would like more information, contact Robin Tatem.
Country Place Bible Study
The Country Place Bible Study is held for all senior adults. The study is held off site at Peace Presbyterian Church on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month from 7:00-8:00 pm. Sessions are led by Dr. Bob Joiner. If you have questions or would like more information, contact Bob.
Christian Believer focuses on classical teachings of the Christian faith—presenting, explaining and interpreting them in a way that participants can understand, through the use of words, symbols and hymns. Over a 30-week period, participants will examine the writings of ancient and modern Christian commentators and view video presentations by leading Bible scholars. Each lesson includes an explanation and commentary on the doctrines being studied, raises questions for reader reflection and written response and suggests ideas for additional reading and study.