Upcoming Studies

To quote the Professor in Rescue from Gilligan's Island: "Judging by our various experiences, we've had lessons in Lust, Greed, Envy, Sloth, Anger, Gluttony and Pride. The same Seven Deadly Sins that have always plagued mankind!" In this video-based Bible study, you'll see how Gilligan is Sloth, the Skipper is Anger, the Professor is Pride, Ginger is Lust, Mary Ann is Envy, Mr. Howell is Greed and Lovey Howell is Gluttony! Don't get stranded! There are seven sessions, each takes about an hour to accomplish. This study uses the classic TV movie Rescue from Gilligan's Island as a modern parable.

Class begins Sunday, February 18, Sunday Mornings, Sunday School Building



Disciple Fast Track - New Testament

Wednesday Bible Study

Classes meet on Wednesday evenings

beginning January 10 

from 6:15 - 7:30 for 12 weeks. 



Bible Study will be the 'Disciple Fast Track - New Testament' study.

This is a continuation of the 'Disciple Fast Track - Old Testament' study that was done last Fall.  However, this is a fresh start with a new book; and it doesn't matter whether you participated in the previous study or not!

Participants read a manageable 3-5 chapters of the Bible daily in preparation for the weekly meetings, which last approximately 75 minutes.  A brief, illustrated review video enables participants to recall important facts and ideas; lively and engaging video presenters then offer insights into the current week's session.  The remaining time is devoted to discussing the week's readings and determines meaningful ways they can serve and live out their discipleship commitment.


 beginning as soon as those interested request

If Grace is True:  Why God Will Save Every Person by Philip Gulley

Gwen Keller, our facilitator, explores authors and Quaker ministers Philip Gulley and James Mulholland deepened meaning of God's perfect grace.  Seekers, thoughtful Christians, and the simply curious, are invited to explore this beautiful and timeless message of hope. Please contact Gwen if interested in this book discussion. programs@stcharlesumc.com