Give instruction to the wise, and they will become wiser still; teach the righteous and they will gain in learning.” Proverbs 9:9

Bible & Book Studies

Exploring Faith Through the Small Catechism – Saturday, January 18–Worship:8:30; Class 9-10:30

New to faith? Curious about about baptism? Never went through confirmation?

Just want to know more about what it means to be Lutheran and a disciple of Christ?

Lay School is offering an opportunity for those who are interested to take a deep dive into the Small Catechism the By Heart curriculum. This study will engage students in an exploration of the commandments, the creeds, the Lord’s Prayer, the sacraments, and life together as members of the body of Christ. No Prior Knowledge Required! This study is for anyone interested in learning more about the Christian faith in a supportive, positive environment that encourages questions. Although it is helpful to bring a Bible to the study, we will have some on hand. Materials for the study are being provided by the synod, and there is no cost to you! The study will meet once a month when lay school meets: February 15, March 21, April 18 & May 9. If interested or you want to learn more, please call Pastor Jen Hoffman @ 715.581.7378 or email her at [email protected]

Adult Sunday School Sundays, 9:30 am (September – May)
Participants study a variety of scripture passages through conversation and teaching utilizing the International Bible Study curriculum.  This fall’s focus is on the book of Genesis. Each lesson is self contained so join the group at any time! Bring your bible and meet in the Parish Room – just off the fellowship hall.

Sunday Evening   Sundays, 6:30 pm (September – May)
Our Sunday Evening studies with Pastor Jenn will focus on an in-depth walk through the book of Genesis.

Reading Reflections Tuesdays, 9:00 am (Year round)
Join other women for a peer led conversation and study group that utilizes a variety of books and video resources to deepen faith.

Son Risers – Wednesdays, 6:45 am (September – May)
Join fellow members for breakfast and conversation around God’s word as we consider the appointed readings for the coming week.  “The Master Builder’s Bible” is the resource for conversation.

Men’s Bible StudyWednesdays, 10 am (September – May)
Join fellow members for conversation around God’s word as we consider the preaching text for the coming week.  “The Master Builder’s Bible” is the resource for conversation.

Wonder? Women “Lectionary Study”Wednesdays, 9:30 am (September – May)
Join fellow members for conversation around God’s word as the lectionary readings for the coming week are discussed.

Luther’s Small Catechism
+ Mobile device users are welcome to download a free app version of Luther’s Small Catechism for use personal or family use. Follow the link here.
+ An online copy is available by clicking here.
+ A pocket copy of the catechism is also available for personal use.  Copies are available in the church Narthex or just a simple ask at the church office is all that is needed.

Financial Peace UniversityNext class date: tbd
Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson money class that teaches step-by-step how to create a budget, pay off debt, spend wisely, and save for the future. The class is for 9 weeks. The classes are held periodically at Saint Andrew with the next date yet to be determined.  Visit for more information about the program.

Lay School of Ministry

In our ever-changing society, there is a growing need for empowered and equipped laity. The Lay School of Ministry offers just that! The Central Wisconsin School of Ministry of the ELCA’s East Central Synod of Wisconsin was established in September of 1999. We are blessed to offer theological education specially formatted for the busy lay person right at Saint Andrew. Classes are taught by seminary professors, ordained clergy with special areas of expertise, and trained lay leaders. You can register for the two year program (four classes at a time, meeting one weekend per month through the school year) or choose one or more class that interests you. You’re invited to come learn, grow, and explore your faith, gifts and calling.

For more information contact Jeanette Carlson at (715  848 2108) or Mary Neumann (715 693 2087). Visit the web site to learn more.