Due to the Corona Virus, Calvary Lutheran is providing our current studies via Zoom only. 
Sunday School Bible Study

For the Adult Sunday School, everyone is invited to join in as we delve into a new book called, Daring Greatly by Brene Brown. 

This bible study will be led by Pastor Paul and Wayne Giese every Sunday, via Zoom at 9am.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81991938951

Meeting ID: 819 9193 8951

Book Discussion

Our next Book Group Discussion will begin on Thursday, February 11th at 6:30pm. We will be reading a book by Rachel Held Evans called Inspired: Slaying giants, walking on water, and loving the Bible again.

To join the discussion, please email Pastor Lauren so she can get you on the email list for zoom links and reminders. 

If you would like to order through Adventure Bound Books, please either email Pastor Lauren or contact Angela directly at the store. For more information on the book or the author visit: 
https://rachelheldevans.com/inspired

Augsburg Series Bible Study – This class meets upstairs, just down the hall from the Nave (worship space). The primary study and reference source for this class is the Augsburg Adult Bible Studies Series, a quarterly publication of the Augsburg Fortress Press of the Lutheran Church. Each week an outstanding author writes a lesson based on pertinent and interesting Bible verses. Class members participate in lively discussions involving Bible history, theology, and implications of the Bible verses in our daily lives. It is a relaxed setting in which everyone learns from each other.

Book Discussion — This class meets in the “Bridal Room” in the Old Fellowship Hall. The format is typically an open discussion on a book that is currently being ready by the group, and is facilitated by rotating leadership. Sometimes it is a book from the Bible, and at times books with topics such as Faith, Grace, or Jesus. Our discussions are a sharing of our individual faith and beliefs. It is a relaxed atmosphere and everyone who attends soon feels comfortable joining the discussion.          CURRENT TOPIC: Prayer