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Bible & Book Studies

At St. John's we have book studies and Bible studies for women, men and everyone. Studies change based on season and books are available online and at our Hospitality Center.

For Women

The Bereans Sunday School
Women's Bible Study
Mondays and Tuesdays

Periodic Bible studies for women that usually run 4-11 weekly sessions. Classes are usually held on Mondays and Tuesdays at various times during the day either in-person or via Zoom. There is a small charge for study materials. Childcare is provided for in-person classes with reservations. Contact: Donna Bruce at donnabruce@comcast.

Revelation of God Sunday School
Ladies Book Club
Meets 1st Monday of the Month

Women reading and discussing books. Selections of books are made on an alphabetical order of attendees so everyone has a chance to select a favored book. The books suggested must be available at the library so no one has to buy the book unless they want to. Meets the 1st Monday of each month at 1:00 p.m. in room 245 (except if the 1st Monday is a holiday and then the group meets the 2nd Monday). Contact: Ann Look at 505-768-7013 or visit sjumcwomen.org to get a list of the current books.

For Men

Orientation Class
Men's Bible Study
Mondays at 10 AM and 7PM

Six-week studies in the fall and spring, Mondays at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Contact Jack Nuzum at jcnuzum@juno.com or 505-265-5241 for current schedule.

For Everyone

Family Spirit Sunday School
Daily Email Bible Study
Online Daily

Readers from St. John’s and around the world study together in St. John’s email Bible study. Topics range from in-depth word studies to lighthearted applications of scripture to popular culture. A brief scripture passage and study tip are delivered Monday through Friday via email, and we each read at a time and place of our own choosing. Answers to reader questions come out on occasional Saturdays. Contact: Regina Hunter at 505-294-2877 or drhunter@nmia.com.

Revelation of God Sunday School
Walk to Emmaus
Held seasonally, contact for more information

The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program (a 72-hour cloistered retreat with follow up) intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. Contact: Mike or Linn Furnish at 505-884-6626.

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