Bible Studies for the fall begin on Sunday, October 18.
With several six-week studies and many longer-term studies, there’s plenty from which to choose.
All fall Bible Studies are 9 am to 10:15 am, beginning next Sunday.
Search and sign up here.
Fall Bible Studies
Led By Anthony West
Become familiar with the background and focus of the Gospel books of Matthew, Mark, and John. At times similar in content, yet diverse in purpose, this six-week narrative journey through three of the four Gospels includes a video and conversation-based study of the life and ministry of Jesus. sign up here
Led By Rob Blumrick
Are the first five books of the Old Testament irrelevant to us? Are they just a thing of the past? Or, do these five books, often called the Torah, give insight on the beginning of humanity, the origin of God’s people, and the launch of His redemption for us all? You’re invited into this six-week video and conversation-based study as we dive into the design and purpose of these beautiful books of the Bible. sign up here
9 am to 10:15 am
Led By Bryan Kelley, Jeremiah Kilgore
Our mission at TheMET is inviting people into meaningful relationship with God and each other. Our calling as followers of Jesus is to be disciples who make disciples. How do we do just that? This study for single adults focuses on how we can turn friendships into meaningful relationships that make disciples. sign up here
Led By Mark O'Connell
The first book in the New Testament, Matthew’s gospel, is a powerhouse book full of Jesus’s life and teachings. In this verse-by-verse study, you’ll see the glory of God through the work of Christ like never before. sign up here
Led By David Mynatt
We talk a lot about being a disciple of Jesus here at TheMET. What is the journey of discipleship? How do we know if we’re on the right path? What are the first steps we can take? What’s the next step we can all take? Join us in this six-week study focusing on some of the most fundamental yet life-changing behaviors of being a disciple. sign up here
Led By Mike McDonald
No other book in the Bible focuses on joy like Philippians. This small, delightfully relational epistle will equip you to walk in a manner worthy of the gospel, amid every circumstance. sign up here
Led By Vicki Bischoff
The book of Daniel reveals how God shows His everlasting wisdom, power, and faithfulness through one of Israel’s greatest prophets. This study focuses on the first six chapters of this incredible book. sign up here
Led By Chris Garside
Is the Christian faith thoughtful and intelligent? Can we love science and still believe in a Creator? If God does exist, what are the implications? If words and topics such as cosmology, ontology, morality, good and evil, and why is there so much suffering in the world interest you, this six-week study is for you. sign up here
Led By David Freeman, Deb Phillips, Eileen Cagle
God doesn’t just want us to read His Word, He wants us to know it and live its truth. In our Explore the Bible studies, we go book-by-book, through Scripture, framing every passage in its biblical and cultural context. You’re invited to join us as we open God’s Word and grow together. sign up here