DiscipleU Wednesday

"The Book of 1 Peter"

Wednesdays at 7:15am in person in the Sanctuary and livestreamed

Taught by Pastor Seth


Join us on Wednesday mornings at 7:15am in the Sanctuary, or via our livestream, for a Bible Study exploring the meaning and message of the parables of Jesus. If that time is not convenient, you can watch the recorded sessions below on this page.

In our study of 1 Peter, we will examine the history and circumstances of the early church and how God called His people then, and continues to call His people now, to be faithful and persevere through times of conflict, challenge, and even persecution. Just as Peter assured the church in their first-century context, Peter assures the church today that we too can trust that, no matter what the circumstances we face, as Jesus’ disciples, we can live hopefully and confidently because we know Jesus is on the throne! 

Every week, the Wednesday morning Bible study begins with Worship, as we sing some of the classic songs of faith.  We then pray together, lifting up to our Heavenly Father, the needs of the church, our needs and the needs of others. This study is open to men and women of all ages.  

Bring your Bible (if you don’t have one, we’ll get one for you) or catch our livestream!  

Virtual Bible Study with Pastor Seth

Discipleship Pathway

As members of Red Hill Lutheran Church, our mission is to Reach and serve our local community, Equip their hearts, minds and souls, and Release them into the world to share God's love.

Please click here for a document that details the pathway to discipleship here at Red Hill Lutheran Church.

DiscipleU Sunday

For information as to when this study is scheduled to resume, please contact the Church office

"Overview of The Bible"

This study is on hiatus.

We continue our study of the story of Scripture. When we open the pages of the Bible, we discover there is One God, One Book and One Story.  By presenting Scripture as a cohesive narrative of God's work in the world from Genesis to Revelation, this course provides an overview of both the Old and New Testaments depicting God's unfolding plan of salvation in Jesus Christ.

The same study is offered at both 10:00am and 11:30am to accommodate whichever service you attend. Bring your Bible!