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Below are the descriptions of the Current Small Groups! 

Tuesday

Women of the Word (WOW) Bible Study
When: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 10:00-11:30 a.m. or 6:45-8:15 p.m.
Where: Salem Fellowship Hall (morning), Hermundslie Lounge (evening)
What: The group is currently using the study titled Breathe by Priscilla Shirer.
Who: This study is open to all women, no childcare is provided.
Contacts: Cheryl Squires (morning), Marcy Toensing (evening)

Contact Cheryl Squires (cherylsquires82@gmail.com) for more information.


Wednesday

Wednesday Bible Study

WRESTLING GOD: Both Morning and Evening with Pastor Jonna Fantz

God seems to enjoy going toe to toe with his human creatures. Take a look at three stories among many where human beings physically, verbally, or prayerfully struggled with God in turning point moments in their lives.  We’ll start with the iconic story of Jacob and then in the light of that story look at Moses and Hannah as they engaged God in this intimate and life-changing discipline that has ramifications with our own spiritual lives.

February 9: Jacob Wrestles, Genesis 32:3-33:20

February 16: Moses Wrestles, Exodus 3-4:17

February 23: Hannah Wrestles, 1 Samuel 1-2:11, 2:18-21

 

Thursday

Bible Art Journaling
When: 2nd Thursday of the month, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Starting October 14
Where: Kathy’s home
What: Explore a new, visual way to respond to Scripture. Kathy sends out a weekly Bible verse every Friday. Participants meditate on this verse until they have a visual image (drawing, painting, collage, picture from a magazine, etc.) to add to their Bible art journal. At the monthly meetings, we share our pages, and pray for one another.
Who: Open to all
Contact: Kathy Sammartano


Saturday

21 Servants of Sovereign Joy by John Piper
When: Monthly, 3rd Saturday of the month, 6:30 p.m., Starting October 16
Where: Members’ homes
What: This book is a biographical collection of heroes of the faith, from Augustine to C.S. Lewis, with dozens of familiar names but also many that may be unfamiliar. The stories of these flawed saints are meant to inspire us to live Christ-exalting lives of courage, passion, and joy. Some additional research will also be encouraged, but not required on a volunteer basis.
Who: Open to all
Contact: Ron Tungseth

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