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About Our Studies

All of our Bible Studies, Life Groups and outreach ministries (like “GriefShare,” and “DivorceCare”) have one goal: to produce mature followers of Jesus in community. That’s another way of saying, “multiply committed followers of Jesus.” So, the question remains, “How do I choose which group is right for me?”

If you are newer to the faith and needing to review the basics of the Christian faith, we would like to pair you with a one-on-one discipler. This person will meet with you for a couple months (8-10 meetings) and review basic Christian teachings, how to read the Bible on your own, what a growing prayer life looks like and coming to terms with frequently asked questions. If you’d like to be paired with a one-on-one discipler, please contact us to request one.

Bible studies seek to teach us what God says to us in the Bible so that we can submit our lives, desires and behavior to him. Bible studies might be organized around who we are (a women’s study, men’s study, or study for young adults) or simply be a general study open to all (such as our Sunday morning “Equip” study). Peruse the various studies below and choose a study and time which works great for you. Our studies are all “drop-in studies,” which means that you are welcome to drop-in and check the study out any time that works for you.

Life Groups are groups of 8-14 people which meet in people’s homes about twice per month for the purpose of prayerfully applying the Sunday morning teaching to our everyday lives. In these groups we make friends, encourage each other to live out the Scriptures and pray for one another, especially in the area of being and making disciples for Jesus Christ. You can find out much more about Life Groups here.

The bottom line: we are better together. We learn to follow Jesus in small, Bible-saturated communities. And we long for everyone to follow Jesus more closely.

Bible Studies


Men's Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11 am

The book of Genesis emphasizes the promises of God and the proof that He is faithful. The people we meet in Genesis are simple, ordinary people, yet through them, God did great things. These are vivid images of how God can and does use all kinds of people to accomplish His good purposes.

No matter how dark the world situation seems, God has a plan.  God created you, loves you, and wants to use you in his plan.  

Join us to read and study Genesis together...and hope!


Disciplines of a Godly Man Study

Wednesdays, 6:30-8 pm
Lakeshore Health Center, William Weissert Community Room
1721 Saemann Ave, Sheboygan

Disciplines of a Godly Man is meant to develop a conviction to follow Jesus so closely that we influence those around us to follow him too. This course is designed to prepare men to love Jesus better, lead ministries better, and understand and teach the Bible better. Disciplines of a Godly Man in three words:

THINK God's thoughts (disciplined study of God's Word). DO what's right and pleasing to the Lord. LOVE him more than life itself.

This is a leadership development Bible study and that is not easy. Leaders put others first and serve them. Leaders deal with their junk so they can forget about themselves. Leaders care more about responsibility than freedom. Contact Pastor Jon with any questions you may have or to update your email address.


Bible Studies


Wednesday Morning Women's Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11am

This study for women meets every Wednesday morning to study God's word, pray for each other and the church, and learn how to be more like Christ in our everyday lives.


Bible Studies

Young Adults

Young Adults Bible Study

Every Tuesday, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Café 19

Refinement of Faith Through Trials

Suffering has many forms. The pain and anguish tempt a person to turn back, to surrender, to give in. Join us as we read Peter's letter of encouragement to suffering Christians and let us be reminded that trials will come to refine your faith. When they come, we must remain faithful to God.

For more information, contact Emily Glewen.


Equip Class

Current Series

Our Missions Story: Building a Legacy

Location: This series will take place Sunday mornings at 10am at the Lakeshore Health Community Center, 1721 Saemann Avenue.

From February 5 through April 2 our focus is on missions, or "Global Outreach." That focus will take three forms: missions education, missions prayer, and missions testimony. Whether you're interested in hearing about the church's missions history, what Scripture says about missions, or even how to approach Muslim neighbors, we're covering it all. Plan to be with us!

  • February 5 - A Story of Greatness: our first missionaries, mudslides, and the Tifal New Testament
  • February 12 - Student Ministries and Missions with Pastor Robert Lee
  • February 19 - Updates: how the ministries of retired missionaries continue today
  • February 26 - Roy and Darla Oksnevad: reaching your (Muslim neighbor)
  • March 5 - Ask of Me! Praying for all of our supported missionaries 
  • March 12 - Missions Conference 2023! Derrick and LaShawn Dobbs share about what God is doing in Papua New Guinea
  • March 19 - The Bible basis for missions, and how we do missions at Sheboygan eFree
  • March 26 - Local Outreach: Come hear Jackie Drewry (Anchor of Hope) and Marge Voigt (BabyCare) share updates from their ministries
  • April 2 - Ryan Karp from Chosen People Ministries shares how God is at work drawing Jewish people to Jesus Christ
  • April 16 - Rich Brown with Ethnos360

Our Missions Story Playlist

Past Series