Discipleship Classes

Isaiah Bible Study

Isaiah’s name meant “the Lord is salvation,” and this was his message for over 40 years. Join Pastor Tom on Sunday mornings to learn and discuss how this ancient prophet teaches us about our salvation in Christ. All are welcome!

Sundays at 10:45 AM | Fellowship Hall

Faith 101: A Lutheran Introduction to Jesus, Christian Spirituality & What the Bible Teaches

Are you new to the Christian faith or looking to go deeper? Curious about Christian spirituality or what “Lutheran” means? Faith 101 class is for you! You’ll have a veteran teacher as your guide for this engaging survey of the content of the historic Christian faith and how it’s expressed in the Lutheran tradition. Come ready to discuss or just to listen—you’re welcome no matter where you are in your faith journey. 

Sundays at 10:45 AM | Youth Room

A.I.D.: Actively Involved Disciples

Actively Involved Disciples is a different kind of Bible study. We call it vocational Bible study because it involves both biblical learning and sharing practical insights about following Jesus where He has promised to be throughout the week. Our mission is “Helping each other help another.” Since following the call of Jesus to “Love your neighbor as yourself” is such a difficult challenge, participants support one another by learning from Jesus’ teachings in the Gospels and sharing some of the lessons we have learned from recent experiences of caring for others. If you feel the Holy Spirit tugging at your heart to become a more actively involved disciple of Jesus, simply join us in the Castle Room any Sunday morning at 8:15 or 10:45. We would love to have you!

Sunday at 8:15 and 10:45 AM | Castle Room

Women's Thursday Morning Bible Study

Jesus doesn’t always tell us what we want to hear, but the One who is Truth and Love always tells us what we need to hear! Jesus’ most challenging and hard-to-understand teachings are the focus of our new women’s study on Thursday mornings, based on the book Jesus Said What? by Christopher Kennedy. We’ll tackle 15 of Jesus’ most difficult sayings on topics like money, family relationships, and consequences for sin, and we’ll learn how context and other biblical texts can help us arrive at a faith-enriching understanding of His words. 

Class starts Thursday, April 4 at 9:30 AM in Fellowship Hall and on Zoom. All women are welcome! Reach out to admin@hcdallas.org for info on how to connect via Zoom. 

Thursdays at 9:30 AM | Fellowship Hall

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