Sunday Morning Adult Education
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As we celebrate 500 years of the Reformation with our “Still Being Reformed” theme this fall you are encouraged to come downstairs between worship services (9:50-10:35) for a series of classes, led by a variety of presenters on Martin Luther and the Reformation. Each session is a stand-alone event so please come whenever you are able.  
 
September 17 and 24:
Luther Academy
Our introductory sessions will be led by our own Luther expert, Carl Eeman. Carl will unpack the historical events that led up to the Reformation and its ongoing impact on our Lutheran faith. You won’t want to miss Carl’s energy and knowledge! Bring your questions.  

October 1: Reformation Celebration
Let’s celebrate our Lutheran roots! On this day we will have a series of activities designed to help learners of all ages learn more about the Reformation. 

October 8 and 15: You won’t want to miss this two part series on Martin Luther taught by Dr. Mary Lowe from the Religion Faculty at Augsburg College.  She will be focusing on Luther and his understanding of vocation, the role of lay people in the church and the priesthood of all believers. She is an interactive and engaging presenter.

October 22: This will be the fall break for our Luther Academy – no adult forum this day.

October 29 and November 5: Join us for Rick Steeves’ DVD presentation of Luther and the Reformation.  The well-known travel writer will take us in the footsteps of Martin Luther – distilling the story of the bold monk, the chaos of the Reformation, and the larger political, economic, and theological context into an easy-to-understand presentation for congregations.  



Behold!, a lectionary-based Bible study, is held weekly on Thursday mornings at 10 AM. Participants consider the texts appointed for the coming Sunday.

Men's Bible Study Groups are formed out of the Men's Ministry and meet around each small group's preferred schedule.

Circles are women's groups that meet for bible study, fellowship and service. 

The Dominick Memorial Library has books, magazines, videos and other resources for both children and adults.