Epiphany Bible studies and classes are open to anyone. Some classes may meet all year long, while others may meet for a quarter or continue longer. These studies will help you on your journey of faith and also offer a wonderful fellowship opportunity. Epiphany disciples get together throughout the week in small groups to study God’s Word, discuss and learn from the Bible and each other. Please contact the Church Office at 937-433-1449 if you have questions about any of our studies listed below. Newcomers are always welcome! 
 

Tuesday Afternoon Zoom Study

Beginning April 13, 11 AM

The Zoom Bible Study that was previously meeting on Wednesdays will begin meeting on TUESDAYS at 11 a.m. beginning April 13. Bob Ransbottom will facilitate the study, which will be based on the coming Sunday’s worship scripture. The Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/97190298541. All are welcome! 

Wednesday Morning Women’s Study

Beginning April 14, 10 AM
Far Hills Campus

Wednesday morning Women’s Bible Study resumes April 14 at 10 a.m. Phyllis Scholp will be leading a four-week study on the Resurrection Narratives. All Epiphany women and their friends are welcome to attend! Please note that current health protocols remain in place, so we continue to require masks on Epiphany grounds. Please see note about the study below. Questions? Contact Natalie Heimann.

“He is risen” “He has been raised” was the proclamation three days after Jesus died on the cross. Did anyone witness the resurrection? What “proof” do we have? All four of the Gospels have resurrection narratives, but they are each different in the details. The original text of the Gospel of Mark ends with the discovery of the empty tomb. Appearances were added later (Mark 16:9-19). The Gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John record appearances of Jesus after his death on the cross, but the appearances are unique to each gospel. Each gospel addressed a particular Christian community and each was written at different times (Mark 70 CE, Matthew and Luke 80CE and John 90 – 100 CE). We will look at these texts and compare both their content as well as the Christian communities to which each was addressed. Whatever happened, all the gospel writers agree something happened between God and Jesus on that first Easter.

Saturday Morning Men’s Group

Saturdays, 9 AM

Saturday Men’s Group continues to meet via zoom. All men are welcome to join at 9 a.m. every Saturday: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4515605122?pwd=SU5oNHN6QzByUVVRRXFhbWlrOUpDUT09.

Justice or Just Us Study


Wednesday Evenings, April 21-May 12
7 PM, Far Hills Celebration Center
Confronting racism is not just a social or political matter, but a theological one. It is the Bible that calls us to pursue justice, and the Bible that calls us to oppose racism. Join us for a four week series of short videos and related discussions led by Pastor Larry Hoffsis, Jim Evans, Mary Moenter, and Joan Durham.
The video series is based on a sermon series and anti-racism commitment at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Attendees must wear a mask over nose and mouth and social distancing will be observed. We ask that you indicate interest by registering below, but you are welcome to attend even if you don’t register.