Small Group Studies
Small Group studies abound at First Lutheran! We are happy to get you connected to a group that can meet your schedule or interest. Keep an eye on this page or subscribe to our updates and/or newsletter, to learn more about our small group happenings on a regular basis!
Upcoming Small Groups & Studies
People who would like to become members of First Lutheran are invited to a three-week introduction to the church, presented in a small-group setting on Oct 22, 29, & Nov 2. To register contact the office by email or at 608.783.2236.
Current, year-round groups are also open for new participants!...
Weekly Small Groups
Meets every Tues at 8:30am, in Room 201.
Meets every Sun, between worship services.
Meet every Wed at 6am, in the Fireside Room.
Meets every Wed at 6:30am, at Uptown Cafe. Open to all!
Meets every Sun at 9:15am, in the Upper Room.
Monthly Small Groups
For birth to 3-years old & their grown-ups, meeting next on Sun, Oct 29, at 9:15am in room 102.
Two groups meet monthly on the first Thur: 1pm in the Upper Rm or 7pm at Gloria Kubiak's.
First invites all women to the spiritual discipline of retreat. Sat, Nov 11, 8:30am.
Meeting every 3rd Mon, 6-9pm, in fellowship hall, for a time of creativity and fellowship
The OWLs, our Older Wiser Lutherans, enjoy a time of fellowship and food at their monthly potluck! Next one: Wed, Oct 18 at noon.
Monthly Women's Circles
Current list under construction. Click here for old list.
Sermon Notes & Podcast
One of the many blessings of being a part of First Lutheran Church is our wonderful worship, including sermons that challenge us to think about how we live a Christian life in this secular world. To help you “take the sermon home” and let it stir in your mind and heart beyond just the worship service, we have begun to develop sermon notes.
Sermon notes are meant to be used…
- During worship to write down things you hear that surprise, shock, or otherwise strike a chord with you.
- At home, to think about what you heard during the sermon and what it means to you, in your life, right now.
- In small groups, to share your thoughts and to listen to others talk about how they heard the sermon and were moved by it.
Maybe right now you aren’t in a small group. You can still use the notes to discuss the sermon with your family. Or, you might decide this is the time to join a small group because the use of sermon notes is an easy way to have a discussion without spending a lot of preparation time.
Small Group Leaders
Small group leaders, click here to use the Team Checklist form to submit requests for building usage and event promotion.
Want more information about small groups at First? Click here to send a message to Bridget Crave, our Director of Small Group Ministry.