Church at Home Video Study

Adult Education meets in the Cornerstone Room at 8:30 A.M. on Sunday mornings.


Find the links with the study questions on our weekly emails and our website (below). Copies are also available in the narthex each week.

Study Discussions

Here are all of our Adult Education themes for the year. Print your own copy or pick up on Sundays before we meet!

For older materials, visit our Adult Archive Page.

  • March 27: Revelation 12-22

    The book of Revelation uses Old Testament symbols and imagery to reveal a pattern of human rebellion and God’s plan to overcome evil forever.


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  • March 20: Revelation 1-11

    The book of Revelation uses Old Testament symbols and imagery to reveal a pattern of human rebellion and God's plan to overcome evil forever.


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  • March 13: Jude

    The book of Jude refutes corrupt teachers and encourages godly living, reminding Jesus followers that their lives indicate what they truly believe.


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  • March 6: 1-3 John

    1-3 John reminds Jesus followers to reflect God's light and love as they stay true to their beliefs amidst false teachers who are spreading fear.


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  • February 27: 2 Peter

    2 Peter issues stark warnings against corrupt teachers and encourages believers to hold fast to their hope in God and the new creation.


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  • February 20: 1 Peter

    In this letter, Paul celebrates the church's future hope as they remain faithful to Jesus and flourish in their faith despite persecution.


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  • February 13: James

    The book of James references key points from the Sermon on the Mount and calls on Jesus' followers to live wisely.


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  • February 6: Hebrews

    Hebrews challenges Jesus followers to remain faithful to him as the one who is the ultimate revelation of God's love and mercy.


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  • January 30: 2 Timothy

    Explore Paul's last letter, an encouragement to Timothy to accept his calling and endure suffering as he deals with corrupt teachers.


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  • January 23: 1 Timothy

    In this letter, Paul addresses church leadership and makes clear that a church should be known for its devotion to Jesus and the way we love.


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  • January 16: 2 Thessalonians

    2 Thessalonians addresses Jesus' return, and our need to remain faithful, reminding us that what we hope for shapes what we live for.


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  • January 9: 1 Thessalonians

    In this letter, Paul celebrates the church's future hope as they remain faithful to Jesus and flourish in their faith despite persecution.


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  • December 26: Compromise or Faithfulness?

    How do we avoid compromising our faithfulness to Jesus when we're under stress and in pain?


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  • December 19: Experiencing Jesus' New Creation

    What does it mean to experience Jesus' new creation on Earth?


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  • December 12: Sharing the Attitude of Jesus

    How can we share the same self-giving attitude as Jesus?


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  • December 5: Life and Peace in God's Family

    With despair and tension everywhere, how can we live in God's family with peace?


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  • November 28: Who Is Right?

    Who is right, who is wrong, and what does righteousness even mean?


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  • November 21: Resurrection Hope and Purpose

    How does Jesus' resurrection open a whole new reality of hope and purpose?


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  • November 14: Good News Spreading Like Fire

    Jesus has risen! So what do we need to spread this good news?


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  • November 7: The Suffering Servant

    How does Jesus reveal himself as the Messianic King?


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  • October 31: Jesus the "I Am"

    What does it look like for Jesus to be the "I am"?


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  • October 24: Upside-Down Kingdom

    What does it look like for God's Kingdom to come to Earth?


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  • October 17: Light of the World

    What does it mean for Jesus to be the light of the world?


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  • October 10: Who Do You Say I Am?

    What does it really mean for Jesus to be the messianic King? Is it glory, peace, and power?


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  • October 3: The Baptism of Jesus

    What is the significance of Jesus' baptism?


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  • September 26: Treasured by God

    When we're overwhelmed by the state of our world, what should we do?


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  • September 19: Who Does God Choose to Work Through?

    What kind of person does God choose to work through most often? Can he work through us?


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  • September 12: Is God Inclusive?

    Ezra and Nehemiah weren't exactly model characters for godliness and reform. So what can we learn from their stories?


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  • September 5: There's Hope in the Nightmare

    There's so much pain and injustice in the world. Is there any hope?


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Women's Ministry

Our active Women’s ministry desires to build strong relationships and continue to grow in faith in Christ. Whether you’re 19 or 119, these opportunities are open to all women to connect throughout the week and the year.    

Women’s Bible Studies: 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m. 

Each month during the school year, our women participate in a special Bible study led by one of the pastors. They gather for the study at 2 p.m. in the Social Hall and enjoy some refreshments and fellowship at 3 p.m. Hope you can make it!  

Quilting Ministry: 2nd Thursday of the month 9 a.m.-12 noon

Several times a year, our women gather to tie quilts for Lutheran World Relief and other ministries. More hands are always welcome! 

Click here to ask for more information about any of these events.

Men's Ministry

Our men’s ministry at Immanuel is focused on drawing near to the heart of Jesus and coming to know more what it means to be a courageous man of God within our families, communities, and world. There are many ways to grow and serve together and we’d love to have men of all ages join us!


Men of Immanuel:  Saturdays at 8 a.m. in the Social Hall 

Join this group of men every Saturday morning at 8:00 for coffee, pastries, and some good time of fellowship and discussion. Whether you’re able to come every week, once a month, or once a year, we’d love to have you join this group! Contact Pastor Kurt for more information. 

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