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 Men’s Bible Study – Fall 2020
Wednesdays from 6:45 - 8:00 p.m.

We’re excited to welcome you back to Men’s Bible Study.
There are in-person and Zoom options available.
For in-person, we’ll be meeting in the same room as last year, C002 which is located down one level in the Commons building.

This week's Discussion Questions

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For our study, we’ll be finishing Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology. We’ll be starting with chapter 44 and cover the introduction to the Doctrine of the Church. Each week’s study will stand on its own so please join us at any time. Together, we’re going to dig a little deeper and develop our spiritual muscles so that we can press on in our faith and faithfully bring others with us!  We are also excited to welcome back Dr. Victor Kuligin as our primary teacher and you can find the complete schedule here.

There are a few updates and tweaks due to COVID restrictions.

  • Capacity. Our room has a limited seating capacity of 40. That’s less than half of the amount of men we had per week last year. Therefore, we will be sending a weekly email every Monday with a link for a quick RSVP. The first 40 guys get a seat. If you don’t get a seat, don’t worry. We’ll have a weekly Zoom option for everyone. Please sign up here to receive the email if you do not already receive the Men's Ministry email. 
  • Masks. Masks will be required for the care and safety of everyone, that’s what we need to do when we’re in the building. So, if you come in person, you’ll be required to wear a mask.
  • Distancing. As we meet in the room, we will be practicing social distancing. We’ll have 6-ft tables set up with one seat at each end of the table. You’ll have a surface for your stuff, but we won’t be sitting at round tables in groups.

A special note on Groups. Because of the restrictions mentioned above, our hope is to move from table discussion to one-on-one or one-on-some groups.


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Josh Stringer, Pastor of Discipleship, ext 149

Sherri Arndt, Administrative Assistant for Discipleship & Women's Ministries, ext 123

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