Adult Education First
There is a Bible Study open to one and all every Monday at 10 a.m. in Conference Room A. This Bible Study focuses on scripture readings from the upcoming weekend in worship. Led by lay leaders and clergy, this study is designed to help the participants prepare for weekend worship. Coffee and goodies are served with a full measure of God’s Word and fellowship. You can’t find a better way to start the week!!
Theology on Tap!
Theology on Tap will resume on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at Geneseo Brewing Company, beginning January 9. Join Pastor Matt
for a Bible Study on the Gospel of John. All are welcome!
First Lutheran offers Adult Education opportunities during Wednesday Night Faithtime.
First Book Club
Come and join us for discussion on the content of the book "The Keeper of Lost Things" and faith response to the author Ruth Hogan on Wednesday, January 10 at 5:30 p.m. in Grace Place. Linda Storm is the facilitator of this group. A listing of the 2017-18 book titles and authors can be viewed at the below link.
- February’s book title is A Winter Dream written by Richard Paul Evans. Joseph Jacobsonis one of
13 siblings, and happens to be his father’s favorite. Working alongside his brothers at his father’s
advertising agency, he can feel their hatred and jealousy. When the opportunity arises, his brothers
force him out of the company and banish him from his home in Colorado, unbeknownst to his doting
father. His whole life in shambles, Joseph moves to Chicago to rebuild his life at a new agency. Despite
the initial loneliness, Joseph soon comes into his own, becoming very successful at his new job, and
finding love with a kind waitress named April. Life finally feels good again, until April reveals a startling
secret about her past. Joseph must come to terms with and confront both his past, and April’s past,
before he loses everything all over again. Pick up a copy today and begin reading this holiday novel!
2017-18 SCHEDULE FOR FIRST BOOK CLUB
Adult Education on Wednesdays
A new class will be starting on Wednesday evening, January 17 from 6 to 7 p.m. in Grace Place. Our focus will be on the Gospel of Mark. Everyone is welcome!