One of the main themes of the Reformation was a return to Scriptures as God’s authoritative word rather than official church statements. As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, what better way can we celebrate than to return to God’s Word?

Have you ever tried to read through the whole Bible?

It’s a big book and can be confusing, but our 2-year “Read through the Bible” program can help guide you.

The kick off and opening orientation is Sunday, November 6 after the 10:45 service. You don’t have to attend this meeting to participate, so please consider joining us as we study God’s Word.

An online community forum, moderated by Pastor Priem, has been created to provide support. Post your thoughts, insights, and questions at bethlehembiblereading.wordpress.com. Connect with Pastor Priem and other participants each month for Q&A and discussion over lunch at “First Sunday Lunch.”

A detailed Reading Plan is available to help you stay on track and is available through the Document Library on our website.

“The Bible is alive, it speaks to me; it has feet, it runs after me; it has hands, it lays hold of me.” — Martin Luther