We offer many different opportunities for adults to become involved in activities at Our Redeemer.
Small Group Ministry
Like nothing else, Small Groups have the power to change lives. They’re the ideal route to discipleship – a place where the rubber of Biblical truth meets the road of human relationships. Small Groups are intentionally formed “communities of care” of 4-12 people that share a common interest and meet regularly in their homes around Scripture, prayer, service, and concern and support for one another.
Wednesday Evening Midweek Classes
As Psalm 119: 105 says “Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.” Join us for adult Midweek every Wednesday evening during the school year. We meet in Room 208; topic of study varies.
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Sunday Bible Study
Adult Bible study.
Bible study for Men
Three G’s (Guys Growing in God): Men of Our Redeemer and men of our community meet for a monthly morning breakfast and practical life application Bible study on the first Saturday of each month at 7:30 AM at HyVee. This men’s group is open to all men.
Lutheran Layman’s League: Meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month, four months a year in January, March, May, and October. All men over age 18 are encouraged to join.
Bible Study for Men: Meets the second and fourth Saturday of each month; focusing on a book of the Bible.
Bible study for Women
Small group studies meet during the school year on Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings with a specific study focus.
The Women’s Mission Guild is a local society of the National Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML). Our purpose is to help all women in the church to grow spiritually, to encourage and equip women to reach out in love, and to provide opportunities for helping others. We aim to support each woman of the church as she finds ways to “Serve the Lord with Gladness.”
Please join us! We have devotions, a featured program, short business meeting, and fellowship with a meal or dessert. We also invite you to participate in any of our projects such as the spring Tasting Bee and Christmas Cookie Walk which are fundraisers to support mission outreach.
Their vision statement is The Our Redeemer Stephen Ministry prepares and supports laity who provide Christ-centered care to people facing a variety of crises or are life challenged. A crisis, used in this context, is defined as a dangerous or worrying time; that is, a situation or period in which things are very uncertain, difficult, or painful, especially a time when action must be taken to avoid a complete disaster or breakdown. It is not a foreshadowing of doom, but a time of unbalance, where the trusting relationship between the affected person and God is strained by preoccupation with worldly concerns.