bible studies

Bible studies are a great way to get to know God, ourselves and our neighbors better. In the summer, the men periodically will get together for 'Bibles and Barbecue' and the Ladies get together for a study, typically 7 weeks, with a potluck meal in someone's home. In the Fall, our Men's and Ladies' studies begin in September. If you are interested in joining a study please contact the church for further information here or call at 817 386-3000.

men's  bible studies

Dear Christ the Redeemer Family,

All men are welcome and encouraged to join us. The primary purpose of our study is two-fold: (1) to prepare us and our families for Sunday worship; and (2) to consider how our preparation for the same applies to our daily life and living on the days in between Sundays. There is no homework and each week offers a stand-alone lesson, so you can come anytime and never feel like you're behind or lost.

 

Here is our schedule:

6:45  Breakfast and coffee for the early-birds

7:00  Devotion

7:15  Teaching

7:30  Small group discussion

7:45  Closing Prayers

 

See you next week!

Yours in Christ,

Fr. Chris Culpepper, Rector


If you have any questions, please contact the church here or contact Fr. Chris here.

Fall Ladies' Bible Study

All Things New: A study of 2 Corinthians by Kelly Minter

Hosted by Laura O'Brien & Led by Ruth Story

Wednesday mornings from September 26 – November 14

10:00 am to noon

The city of ancient Corinth was much like our own modern-day cities: a melting pot of electrifying cultural experiences to be had, along with the myriad pitfalls of spiritual depravity. Still, Paul wrote to the Church of God in Corinth - meaning God's Church is meant to thrive in any city and every circumstance in which we find ourselves. Paul's letter is as timely as ever.

Over 8 sessions, Kelly Minter will lead you through the Letter of 2 Corinthians, exploring the anchoring truths of bearing treasures in jars of clay, meeting Christ through a pressing thorn, opening wide your heart in the midst of hurtful relationships, and what it means to embrace the lost and lonely as ministers of the new covenant. Each of us has a message to proclaim and live by: Because of Jesus the old has gone, the new has come.

There is a workbook for this study.

If you have any questions, you may contact Laura O'Brien here

or the church here.