Bible Studies

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 ?

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-

A Name Like No Other by Jere Philips (6 sessions)
Examine the majesty and power of the name of God.

Owning a Faith That Matters by Matt Tullos (6 sessions)
Study the Gospel of Luke and deepen your faith to get through life’s unexpected curveballs.

A Cry for Justice by Julie Tilman (special focus session)
Through this Sanctity of Human Life study, understand that God is just and has authority over all creation—even when injustice and wickedness seem to rule the day.

Day/Time: Sunday mornings at 10 am

Location: North Glen Community Church

Leader: Contact Tony Foca via email  for more details

Study: Fire On The Mountain

This six-session small group Bible study, Fire On The Mountain, by noted teacher and historian, Ray Vander Laan, is volume nine of the 12-part That the World May Know series. When the Israelites left Egypt, they were finally free. Free from persecution, free from oppression, and free to worship their God. But with that freedom comes a new challenge – learning how to live together the way God intends. In this ninth volume of
That the World May Know, discover how God teaches the Israelites what it means to be part of a community that loves him and what that means for us today.

Filmed on location in Israel, Faith Lessons is a unique video series that brings God’s Word to life with astounding relevance. By weaving together the Bible’s fascinating historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts, teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan reveals unique insights into the Scriptures’ significance for modern believers.

Day/Time: Thursdays, 10:30 – 11:30 am

Location: North Glen Community Church

Leader: Maureen Johnson  Contact Maureen Hill via email  for more details

Study: The Book of Revelation                                                                 

This small group Bible study is using the Zoom online meeting app. To join the group, use the Email Link below to contact the leader.

Our Small Group is currently studying the book of Revelation. This book has been looked at by many as a “mystery” book, one in which the reader sees many strange images, signs and prophecies. While this is true, the main theme is not the fantastic images contained within the book, but the central theme of the book is the revelation of Jesus Christ. God would have not given us a book in His word that leaves us confused and baffled with its meaning. Granted, we can not know everything about Revelation as some parts are thousands of years of history and some parts are still to come. But as with any book of the Bible, our small group believes that the Bible must interpret the Bible and we are given many insights into Revelation from such books as Daniel, Isaiah and Jeremiah to name a few to help us “demystify” many of the chapters in Revelation.

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.

We would love to have you join us as we study and work through the Book of Revelation.

Day/Time: Mondays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Location: Small group study meeting – Currently Online using Zoom

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

Study: Study of 1st Peter

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 great theme of this epistle of Peter is Christian hope in the time of trial. Although Peter deals with great doctrines and handles weighty subjects, he doesn’t write in a cold manner. Peter has been called the apostle of hope while Paul has been called the apostle of faith and John has been called the apostle of love. This epistle puts a great emphasis upon hope and suffering.

Peter also emphasizes the grace of God, and some expositors feel it is his main emphasis. However, the word suffering or some cognate words that go with it occur in this epistle sixteen times. Hope is always tied with the suffering. Therefore, it is fair to say that the theme is the Christian hope in the time of trial.

Day/Time: Saturdays, 10:30 am

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

Leader:    Contact Michelle Priebe via email  for more details

Study: Love and Relationships

Topics will include how we view ourselves, world view and what does God Word say about it.

This small group Bible study is In-Person and also using the Zoom online meeting app.

Meeting ID: TBD 999 9999 9999     Password: no password

Day/Time: Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8 pm

Location: In Person at the home of Vicky McDuffie in Dundalk and also available thru the Online Zoom Meeting

Contact: Leader Vicky McDuffie at

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