Christian souls need to be nourished
and motivated by the Word of God
from cradle to grave.

Bible study is the Lord's way of speaking to us, strengthening our faith and helping us through difficult times. Bible study unlocks the secrets of God and motivates us to worship and serve him. 

Bible study at St. Paul is fun and informative. It's edifying and encouraging. One thing it's not: scary. No one will call on you to read or answer a question unless you raise your hand. Your level of participation is up to you. You can read, answer questions, and offer comments. Or you can simply sit, listen, and soak it all in. You don't need to be a Bible expert. No previous Bible study experience is necessary.  Please give us the opportunity to show you how wonderful studying God's Word with fellow Christians can be!

Sunday School

Everything we say and do in Sunday school is designed to focus our attention on Jesus so that both students and teachers grow in Christian faith and godly living. Children who attend Sunday school will learn key stories from the entire Bible and also learn Bible verses they will remember for a lifetime, coming to them at times of need as they walk through life. Sunday School is held every Sunday at 9:15 am from the third Sunday in September to the last Sunday before Memorial Day. Sunday School classes break for Christmas, New Year's, Easter and Confirmation Sundays.

Sunday Adult Bible Study

Bible class is an important part of Sunday morning at St. Paul. Each Sunday at 9:15 am we begin a group study of a scriptural topic. Sometimes we study a whole book of the Bible over a few weeks. Sometimes we consider a topical approach to the Word. Other times we consider subjects that connect us with God’s church and mission. No matter what the topic, God promises that he will strengthen our faith through his Word. Take him up on the promise and join us for Bible class this Sunday.

Sunday Youth Bible Study

The goal of our youth group at St. Paul is to give our high school youth and those about to enter high school an opportunity to study God's Word, to enjoy Christian fellowship with each other, and to find opportunities as a group to serve others. It's important that we help our teens set a pattern for faith and godly living as they grow and mature. Our Youth Bible Study is offered between services on Sunday mornings at 9:15 am. All 7th & 8th grade and high school students are invited and encouraged to attend. Guests and visitors are always welcome.

Women's Bible Study

The St. Paul Women’s Bible Study meets in the school library on Tuesday mornings from 8:00–9:00 am. Women from all walks of life who are connected with our church and school are welcome and encouraged to attend. It lends a lot to discussion to have attendees with a wide-range of experiences and circumstances.

Wednesday Bible Study

Join us on Wednesday mornings at 9:00 am for our group Bible study that focuses on a specific theme, topic, or book of the Bible. 

Jesus Cares

Jesus Cares is a Bible-based instructional class for developmentally disabled people. All ages are welcome. The Saturday morning classes are held at Luther Prep in Watertown from 9-10:30 am. If you know someone who may enjoy attending these classes or if you are interested in serving as a teacher or assistant, please contact the coordinator, Sarah Horn at (262) 853-2682 or email her.


Take a look below and join us on Sundays from 9:15-10:15 am as we grow in God’s Word together!


Leader: Pastor Nass

Description: The worldview of more and more Americans is secular humanism. Rather than God being at the center, people are. Truth is whatever people decide is true. Morality is whatever people decide is right. The meaning of life is whatever people want to make of it. Christianity is so refreshingly different! There is a God whose love for us in Christ brings everything else in life into focus.

Length: 4 sessions starting 1/7

Location: 8th Grade Classroom

Format: Videos & Discussion

Adults option 1: THE CHURCH

Leader: Pastor McKenney

Description: If there is only one true Church, why are there so many churches? Where does St. Paul fit in the world-wide picture of churches and where do I fit in the picture of St. Paul’s mission and ministry?

Length: 4 sessions starting 1/7

Location: Sanctuary

Format: Lecture


Leader: Pastor Tomhave

Description: Marriage is a precious union that God created bringing two unique people together as one. Because of the fall into sin, the "oneness" God created is always under attack. This 4 week study will follow the content of Chris Thurman’s book "The Lies Couples Believe about Marriage". The lessons will expose some of the lies we believe and focus us on the truth of Christ who works unity in marriage.

Length: 4 sessions starting 1/7

Location: 7th Grade Classroom

Format: Lecture/Q & A - use of PowerPoint and video...

Notes: Books will be made available, but not mandatory to participate. Sign up to buy a copy in the gathering area.