Adult classes

Sunday Morning (9:45-10:40am):

A Man Named Martin - with Pastor Ben and Lyle Heggemeier in the Auditorium

As part of Faith's recognition and celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we have a special adult Bible class on Sunday mornings throughout the summer.  This class focuses on Martin Luther's life and the various theological issues that confronted him, and which still have a lot to say to us today.  Issues we're studying include penance (forgiveness), communion, purgatory, indulgences, and the papacy.  Join us for as many lessons as you can - each lesson will be filled with new insights and opportunities to grow!

Monday Evening:


(Classes resume this fall)

Watch the Monday Evening classes online at:

Adult Small groups


Women's Faith Connections

Facilitator: Sandy Hoffarth (746-6514)

Time: 7:00-8:30pm (twice a month)

Meeting Place: Church Library


Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Facilitators: Marv & Lois Jacob (381-6161)

Time: 10:00am-12:00pm (every other Tuesday)

Meeting Place: Community Room

Women's Small Group - "Bad Girls of the Bible and What We Can Learn from Them"

Facilitator: Donna Kaser

Time: 7-8:30pm (Tuesdays in May)

Meeting Place: Donna's home


Women Faith Partners

Facilitator: Nancy Hammond (381-6968)

Time: 1:00pm (2nd & 4th Wednesday)

Meeting Place: Church Library


Men's Faith Connections Bible Study & Breakfast

Facilitator: Gordon Long (223-2356)

Time: 8:30-10:30am (2-3 Saturdays per month)

Meeting Place: Jr. High Youth Room (Room 204)

Lutherans In Fellowship Together (L.I.F.T.)

This fellowship group meets once a month for a different activity.  Activities may include: hiking, game night, chili cook-off, river cruise, and much more!

Check the monthly newsletter called Faith Notes for more info about this month's activity.