"All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work." 2 Timothy 3:16-17
At. St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church we endeavor to teach the Bible. This may mean offering Bible study classes, study guides and resources, or scripturally-inspired worship. In all cases, we're a church that wants to share the good news! Read on to find out how you can become "proficient and equipped for every good work."
Summer Bible Study Groups & Classes
During our summer schedule there will be several opportunities for adults and youth to plug into a Sunday School class or weekday Bible study.
Lectionary Bible Study
The Walking in the Word Sunday School Class hosts a Summer Lectionary Bible Study. The class, open to men and women of all ages, gathers in the library on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. Copies of the lectionary studies for each week will be in the church library and are also available online. This week: Acts 1:6–14, Psalm 68:1–10, 32–35, 1 Peter 4:12–14; 5:6–11 , and John 17:1–11.
The Reflective Life
The Stillpoint Sunday School Class is reading through Ken Gire’s The Reflective Life: Becoming More Spiritually Sensitive in the Everyday Moments of Life. The class, open to women interested in spiritual growth through readings, silent reflection and lively discussion, gathers in Room 212 on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m.
God's Urgent Call
The Evans-Feezor Sunday School Class and the Friendship Bible Class are each discussing “God's Urgent Call,” taken from the Present Word curriculum. The Evans-Feezor class, a comradery of retired men, gathers in the Sacristy (behind the sanctuary) on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. The Friendship Bible Class, a strong fellowship of women mostly over 50, gathers in Room 240 on Sunday mornings, also at 9 a.m.
Weekly Lessons with Connette-Covenant
The Connette-Covenant class, led this Summer by Dumay Gorham, works through unique stand-alone weekly lessons. The class, comprised of men and women mid-fifties and older, gathers in Room 212 on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m.
More Than A Story
More Than a Story is an open women's Bible study group that meets year-round on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. in the SACPC library. On May 30 the class will finish the last chapter of 2 Kings, and on Tuesday, June 6, will begin the study of 1 Chronicles. Studying the Old Testament has been eye-opening and very enriching. Come join us - it is a lively group! Questions? Contact Cindy Simpson at email@example.com or (910) 274-5610.
Starting June 7, Bob Bardeen will teach the book of Galatians. The class will be held each Wednesday at 10 a.m. and again at 7 p.m. (covering the same material). Study guides are available in the Sanctuary, Brown Hall, the Gathering Area, and online.
Spiritual Formation Group
Christ said that where two or three gather in his name, he is present (Matthew 18:20). If you would like to be a part of a small group who listen to God's Word together, reflect upon it, share insights and pray for each other, let me know. I'm interested in forming a group for this purpose!
Robert Lapp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Children and Youth...
Looking for the John Study?
This past year our church embarked on a study of the Book of John. Many church classes, including middle and high school D-Groups, used a study guide developed at SACPC. Download the study guide below.
Something missing? Want to start a group?
Is your Bible study group missing from our list? Do you have an idea for a new Bible study group, or want to start one? Let us know! Contact us online, or call the church office at (910) 762-9693.
Bible Study Resources
SACPC Library: Our church library is lovingly curated and offers a wealth of resources for self-paced and group Bible study. The library is open during regular business hours, unless it has been reserved by a class or group.