Bible Studies

UPDATE  ON  OUR SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDIES DUE TO COVID-19

Our weekly small groups have been adjusted during this time. Most are now available Online using the ZOOM Meeting application.  See below for more details. 

If you are interested in joining a Small Group Bible study in the church or home setting, below is our current list of Bible Studies along with the location and time of the study and group leader.  Small Groups allow those who come to build relationships, share with one another their life experiences about the topic, pray for one another, and get connected.

Study: Why Are We Here ?

This study is not currently Active

Bible Studies for Life: Adult Personal Study Guide® helps engage participants in Bible study before and during the group meeting, challenging them to live out their faith right where they are. This quarter’s studies are Living with Hope in a Broken World and Why Do I Need the Church ?

Day/Time: Sunday mornings at 10 am

Location: North Glen Community Church

Leader: Contact Tony Foca via email for more details


Study: God Heard Their Cry

This study is not currently Active

Using the Discovery Guide books and the supporting DVD which provides an up close view of the Holy Land as it was filmed on location in Israel and presented by noted teacher and historian, Ray Vander Laan.

In ancient times, nothing was bigger than Egypt…powerful pharaohs, strong armies, and a multitude of gods. God’s people were no match against the Egyptians. Discover how God answers the cry of His persecuted people and proclaims Himself Lord to them and their oppressors.

Day/Time: Thursdays, 10:00 – 11:30am

Location: North Glen Community Church

Leader: Maureen Johnson


Study: The Book of Acts 

Did you ever see a movie, or read a book, that started off with a ton of action right from the beginning and just kept going throughout? One that kept you spell bound, wondering what is around the corner, on the next scene or next page?

Ladies and Gents, welcome to the Book of Acts!

Many call the book the Acts of the Apostles, and while there are many scriptures in Acts about what the apostles did and where they went to proclaim the good news of Jesus ( and so much more), the book of Acts can also rightly be called the Acts of the Holy Spirit.

In Acts, right out of the gate, we read about Jesus commanding those who believed in Him, to wait for the promise of the Father (ch 1:4-5). We then see that promise happen on the day of Pentecost (ch2) , when the Holy Spirit comes as “the rushing of a mighty wind”, to fill and empower the little group of believers (about 120) and the church was born. It doesn’t stop there, it’s just the beginning.

Did you know that when Jesus tells his followers that “you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you”, the Greek work for power is “doo-nam-is”. Guess where our English word dynamite comes from? You guessed it! That’s the kind of power we read about in Acts, the power that caused the church to grow from about 120 to over 3,000 believers-in one day! He is that same power we have as believers, because He is the same Holy Spirit.

Join us as we read and discuss the book of Acts. In it, we see Jesus appearing to His disciples and ascending to heaven, the baptism of the Holy Spirit upon believers, persecution of believers, the churches being established all over the known world. Gifts such as tongues, prophecies, healings (what they are to be used for) and so much more!

Our Bible study is an inductive Bible study, which is to say that we take time to slow down and really look at what the scriptures are saying ( without a preconceived agenda). We use the Bible as the main source of information about the Bible (the Bible has to interpret the Bible).  Along the way, we pray (no one is EVER called on to do so, or read) and even have a few laughs together in sharing fellowship and friendship with each other.

So I ask-have you seen any good movies or read any good books lately? Join us each Thursday evening at 6:30 pm, as we discuss and learn from the book of Acts – a script that not even Hollywood could, in a million years, dream of. The best part is – it’s a true story! See you there!

Day/Time: Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Location: Small group study meeting at the home of Barry and Sharon Mager – Currently Online using Zoom

Leaders: Barry and Sharon Mager – Contact Barry Mager via email for more details and to join online


Study: Book of John Study

Join this special group focused on various topics in the Bible. Whether you are a new believer in Jesus or a seasoned Christian, we will seek God’s Word as we grow together in our faith. This informal setting allows for a lot of personal interaction in a comfortable environment. All questions are welcome as we learn together. The theme of John’s Gospel is that Jesus is the long-awaited, promised Messiah and Son of God. By believing in Jesus, people have eternal life.

Day/Time: Tuesdays, 10:30 am

Location:   Currently Online using Zoom – Join the group in this Zoom meeting here – Join Bible Study

Leader:    Contact Michele Priebe with any questions at 410-440-9173


Study: Kingdom Woman Study

All ladies are invited to join. We will be covering the book… Kingdom Woman by Tony Evans and his daughter Chrystal Evans Hurst. Embracing Your Purpose, Power, and Possibilities – In depth study for woman seeking to become a Kingdom Woman!  A kingdom woman gives the devil as much reason to fear as a kingdom man. She lives confidently in the knowledge that Christ died and rose for her so that she can experience the significance of the destiny to which she has been called.

Kingdom Woman reminds women of their calling from God to be free, delivered, healed, and hopeful. The authors bring insight that encourages women to correct distorted perceptions and understand who they really are in Christ.

Please let our leader Kim Gayleard know if you are interested in attending.
Contact: kim@northglenchurch.com

Day/Time:  Fridays, 1 pm

Location:  Currently Online using Zoom – Join the group in this Zoom meeting here Join Bible Study

Leader:     Contact Kim Gayleard  via email for more details

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