about bible study

"Do you understand what you are reading?" That was the question Philip the Apostle asked a man from Ethiopia who was riding in a chariot on the desert road leading from Jerusalem toward the Mediterranean Sea. The man was the finance minister of Ethiopia, but he had been in Jerusalem for Pentecost and somehow obtained a copy of Isaiah the Prophet. The man's answer? "How can I [understand it] unless someone explains it to me?" --Acts 8: 30-31


Monday Night Bible Study is for everyone, no matter your experience or level of understanding. Join us on Monday evenings at 7:00 (September-May) for fun and interesting discussions about this most important book - the Bible! No need to sign up....simply join us in the sanctuary!

acts fellowship groups

Based on Acts 2:42-47, we are reminded that we enlarge our understanding of God when we fellowship with others. An important part of each of our discipleship journeys includes deepening connections with other Christians. 


You are invited to join us for 'Home Fellowship' style gatherings at the church.  Just as early Christians did, we'll come together weekly to get to know one another and think about our faith. The format of the meetings will simply be to answer 'check-in' type questions (e.g. What was your first car?) as well as some questions that help us talk about faith. Come and connect. No Biblical knowledge or faith background needed! Knowing that summer is a busy time, feel free to drop in for as many sessions work for you!  Contact the church office for more information.


Sign up for one of two groups:

  • Monday Nights (June 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th) | 7:00 - 8:00 pm | Pastor Lori
  • Tuesday Mornings (June 19th, 26th, July 10th, 17th) | 10:00 - 11:00 am | Bridget Case


Bible Study is for Everyone

The Bible is an incredible book of history and facts that proves that there is a God that created all things.  Most important of all, the Bible is the Word of God. But it can be hard to read and difficult to understand.  The Pastor's Bible Study helps us understand the people who wrote the scriptures and the societal influences during that time in history.  The discussion challenges our thinking and asks probing questions that transform us into "budding theologians" as we explore the scriptures more deeply.

               

Still Waters Church  

3617 Scenic Road

Jackson, WI 53037

(262) 677-1311