Study & Fellowship
Adult Sunday School
Every Sunday morning at 9am, Pastor Craig leads a Bible study entitled, “Current Events through Scripture.”  In this study, we look at a current news event from a Biblical perspective.  Each week lively discussions ranging from racism, politics, suicide,  homelessness, depression, public prayer, pride, capital punishment, and the joys and uncertainties of faith are but a few of the topics you might encounter in this compelling Bible study.  All thoughts, opinions and people are welcome!
Luther Bible Study Group
Organized in 1991, and originally called the “Golden Agers”, the Luther Group has evolved to the Luther Bible Study Group.   Open to everyone, they meet the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1:15pm in the fellowship hall.  The fall multimedia study Animate: Faith will begin Tuesday, Sept 3rd.  The focus will be on God, Religion, Jesus, Salvation, the Cross, the Bible and the Church.
New Hope
This support group is for anyone dealing with  anxiety and depression.  They meet weekly in the fellowship hall (beginning Thursday, Sept. 12th) from 6:30-7:30pm. New Hope will following the teachings of Gregory Jantz Ph.D. from his book Healing Depression for Life: The Personalized Approach that Offers New Hope for Lasting Relief. 

Lifetree Café is an hour-long experience packed with interesting stories, fascinating people, and lively conversation that will feed your soul. The main entrée at Lifetree Café is food for thought. Come enjoy a comfortable, safe place where you can share your thoughts about compelling topics and hear the thoughts of others.  It’s a place where you’ll discover ways to serve your community and your world. Sound good? Then Lifetree Café is your kind of place. Lifetree Café is every Wednesday at 6:30pm.

We have several community groups
that meet in our centrally located facility.
Fox Hall AA
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they can solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The group meets every Tuesday at 7 pm.  
Al-Anon is a program of recovery that provides strength and hope for the families and friends of alcoholics, regardless of whether the alcoholic recognizes the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.  This group meets every Monday at 7 pm, and every Wednesday at 12 pm.
Dr. Case offers extensive piano lessons to students of all ages.  She accepts new students and has flexible hours.