HOPE LUTHERAN GRADE SCHOOL
SEATTLE LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL
SUNDAY CLASS SCHEDULE
9:30 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL - Meet in the Music Room. We will be studying the following:
Preschool & Kindergarten - "God's Love to Us" - Moses in Exodus
1st through 5th Grade - "Who's in Charge?" - Samuel in 1st & 2nd Samuel
CHILDREN'S CHURCH - Join us at the 10:30 service. The children will be dismissed during the sermon to sing songs, make a craft and study Bible stories.
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES - Sunday Morning
"NOT A FAN" by Kyle Idleman. This six week study will be led by Loren Sommer, starting Sunday, November 10, in Room 218. Study guides are $9.00. Come even if you didn't order a book. The book will enhance your study, but is not necessary to attend the class.
AMOS AND HOSEA - This study starts Sunday morning, November 10, and is led by Paul Brott in the View Room. We will consider the questions: what is a prophet and when and why did prophecy arise? What are the major themes and what does it mean for us today? All are welcome to this free class.
EZRA AND NEHEMIAH - It is a six week study, starting Sunday, November 10, in Room 217. Class leaders: Mary Anne deVry, Gretchen Schmidt, and Heidi Eilers. Ever felt an urge to become closer to God? Ever been faced with opposition while trying to do what is right? Ever been put in a difficult leadership role? The Biblical books of Ezra and Nehemiah are historical accounts that cover all these situations, relating the story of Israel's return to Jerusalem after generations in Babylonian captivity. See how the story of these amazing leaders of Israel can give us insight into our own spiritual path and inspiration for any struggles we may be facing!
FRIDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY - 10:00 a.m. join the group in the Fireside Room as they resume their weekly Bible study under the leadership of Paul Brott. All are welcome! They are beginning a study of "Exodus -- Gateway to the Bible." Exodus is a unique book in the Bible. There we find a description of the formation of the people whose story provides the framework of the Old Testament. The events of Exodus (the liberation of Israel from Egypt and the gift of the law at Mr. Sinai) are events that shape the identity of God's people and become signposts for reflection and renewal in Israel's later history and the early decades of the church.