Adult Classes

You're invited to take this opportunity to dig deeper into scripture and grow as a disciple, devoted and obedient to God's Word.

  

2021 Adult Classes

 

Sunday Discipleship Hour - 9:45-10:45am

 

Pastor's Sermon Series Class | Chapel | new series starts april 11th

Join us every Sunday in the Chapel, as we engage in God's Word together using the current sermon series themes and Scripture readings. Led by the pastoral staff of Gloria Dei, this Bible study will be an opportunity to unpack even more application of the sermons in our daily lives of discipleship.  This class will also be available online to those who don't feel comfortable coming back on-campus.  A link with the Teams Meeting information will be sent to you once you register. 

To view past classes, please click here.

To request the Teams Meeting information, please click here to register your email address.

Inspired: Living a Spirit-Filled Life | LC 211/213| April 25th-May 23rd

Led by Cristina Hergenrader. Inspired: Living a Spirit-Filled Life is a women's study about how the Holy Spirit empowers and equips us to love each other better. This 5-week study includes an Introduction, Four Weekly Emphases: Worship, Word, Prayer, and Reflection, and a Conclusion. It focuses on letting the power of the Holy Spirit equip you with God's love to live a better life. Cristina's new book will be released on May 25th, and is available for pre-order on Amazon here.

bible stories for adults | LC 214/216 | continuing January 10th

Led by Kurt Rosenhagen. Bible Stories for Adults is your opportunity to become reacquainted with the Biblical characters and events that Christians have come to love.  There is much we can learn about God as He reveals Himself through His-Story.
For more information please contact Kurt Rosenhagen

The Gospel of Luke: A Comprehensive account of Jesus | LC 210/212 | Continuing Januaury 10th

Led by Gary Himmler & Richard Zalesak. 

From the angelic foretelling of the miraculous births of John the Baptist and Jesus to the latter's final earthly benediction and ascension into heaven, the Gospel of Luke gives us a comprehensive account of the life, ministry, and teachings of the Lord. You are invited to join us as we journey step-by-step, event-by-event through the gospel to learn about Jesus and the comprehensive transformation He will make in our lives.

This class will also be available online to those who don't feel comfortable coming back on-campus.
A link to the Zoom Meeting will be sent to you once you register.
To request the Zoom Meeting information, please click here to register your email.

The Teachings of Jesus | LC 215/217 | continuing January 10th

**This class will be online only for January 10th. To request the Zoom information, please register below**
Led by Keith Chuvala. What did Jesus teach about politics? How about money management, forgiveness, and faith? And what did He teach about Himself, the Bible, and the Kingdom of God? Join us as we read about His words on these and other topics through the Gospels and epistles of the New Testament. Each week we'll cover a single teaching, so feel free to join us any time!

This class will also be available online to those who don't feel comfortable coming back on-campus.
A link to the Zoom Meeting will be sent to you once you register.
To request the Zoom Meeting information, please click here to register your email.

 

Mid-Week Class

Book of Daniel Men's Bible Study |  6:45-8am  |  In-Person (Tuesdays) & zoom (Wednesdays) | Continuing January 5th

Led by Ron Petri.  This book is considered to be both historical (chapters 1-6) and apocalyptic or prophetic (chapters 7-12). There are similarities between events and visions described in Daniel with those presented in the book of Revelation. Daniel's prophecies are as follows:

1. The statue: four kingdoms and then God's everlasting kingdom (ch. 2)
2. Nebuchadnezzar's insanity and recovery (ch. 4)
3. The fall of Babylon and the rise of the Persian Empire (ch. 5)
4. The "fourth" empire, its "ten horns", and "other horn" (ch. 7)
5. The Greek Empire and its "four prominent horns" (ch. 8)
6. The 70 weeks: the time from Daniel to the Messiah (ch. 9)
7. The troubles of the Holy Land during the period between the Testaments (ch. 11)
8. Signs of the time of the end (ch. 12)

If you are interested in this Bible study, please click the link below to register and the Zoom link will be emailed to you.
To request the Zoom meeting information, please click here to register your email.
Questions about the Men's Bible Study, contact Ron Petri.

 

 Wednesday women's classes

LifeLight: Matthew Part 2 | 9:30-11am | LC 210/212 | beginning january 13th

Led by Kathie Stocker. Matthew Part 2 examines chapters 13-28 of Matthew. In this study, you will deepen your understanding of who Jesus is and what He has done for you. You will grow as a faithful disciple as Jesus teaches how to live the life of a disciple. This class will also be available online for those who don't feel comfortable coming back on-campus.

A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to you once you register.
To request the Zoom meeting information, please click here to register your email.

The Psalms: A Walk with God | 9:30-11am | LC 214/216 | Resumes January 13th

Led by Beth Hranicky. Most Christians agree that is is important to have time daily with God, but many do not know how to do so. During this study we will walk through the book of Psalms using questions from A 30-Day Walk with God in the Psalms devotional. This class will help you draw closer to your Heavenly Father. By reading, studying, memorizing, meditating on, and praying through the Psalms we learn to live a lifestyle of praise.

40 Verses to Ignite Your faith | 6:30-7:30pm | Zoom | beginning january 27th

Led by Dixie Russo. Many of us have our "go to" verses. The ones we memorize, post on social media, and hang on our walls. But sometimes we need a fresh word or promise for the season we find ourselves in - something that ignites our faith in the face of fear, doubt, loneliness, insecurity, or overwhelming circumstances.

In this study, Laurie Short helps us dig into these "in between" verses we many times just read past. Together we will unearth fresh wisdom, guidance, and encouragement that will help us seek and experience God in new, dynamic ways. I hope you can join us!

If you are interested in this Bible study, please click the link below to register and the Zoom link will be emailed to you. 
To request the Zoom meeting information, please click here to register your email.