Current Bible Studies

Class times...

Worship Times
Both Online & In Person

Sundays- 8:00am & 10:45am
(Live-streamed at 8:00am)

Mondays- 6:30pm
(in-person only)


Main Campus

Eternal Love Lutheran Church
1011 E. Midway Rd.
Appleton, WI 54915

(920) 749-9744

SUNDAY MORNING BIBLE CLASS

Course:  Baptism
Time: Sundays from 9:25-10:25 am 
Location: Eternal Love Lutheran Church — Chapel
Instructor: Pastor Dave Backus
Format: Discussion

Description: At this Bible study on the sacrament of Baptism,  we’ll discuss some of the following questions as we study God’s Word and apply it to our lives: What is baptism? What are its blessings? Who baptizes, and whom? How can I make better, daily use of my baptism? How
do Christians differ regarding their beliefs about baptism, and why?

 

YOUTH BIBLE CLASS

Course:  TBD
Time:  Sundays from 9:25 -10:25 am 
Location: Eternal Love Lutheran Church — Teen Classroom
Instructor

Description

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE CLASS

Course:  The Gospel of Mark 
Time: Wednesdays at 8:30 am
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams (contact Pastor.Pries@eternal-love.org for log-in)
Instructor: Pastor Dave Pries

Description:  Mark is the shortest gospel in the Bible, but it is packed with the riches of our Savior Jesus. If you can set aside one hour a week, you will be blessed by God as we take a slow and carful look at parables and miracles and the amazing deliberate actions of Christ. 

 

WEDNESDAY WOMEN'S BIBLE CLASS

Course:  God's Word for Today — 1, 2, & 3 John
Time:
Wednesdays at 1:00 pm 
Location:
Eternal Love Lutheran Church — Fellowship Hall
Format:
Discussion

Description:  Toward the close of the first century AD, the apostle John wrote three letters. In 1 John, the apostle uses simple language to communicate some of the most profound theology in the Scriptures. Using contrasts such as light and dark, love and hate, and Christ and antichrists, John puts forth his underlying view of the world: the cosmic battle between God and the devil. In 2 John, the apostle encourages his readers to walk in truth and love, and warns against false teachers. In 3 John, the apostle commends Gaius for assisting traveling missionaries and criticizes Diotrephes for failing to welcome them.