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Kathy Paisley, Director of Ministry & Discipleship
    402-423-4769 ext. 107

Eric Bostrom, Associate Pastor
    402-423-4769 ext. 129

heridan's adult education ministries are intentional in class offerings to engage each another in learning and understanding of Biblical truths and develop a language of faith that helps us to shape and equip new generations. Sheridan believes that through Christian education, we acquire knowledge, wisdom, attitudes, beliefs, skills and abilities to think, feel, and act in ways that reflect our desire to follow Christ.

Adults may join classes at any time.

Registration is indicated if needed to attend. Any needed class resources may be purchased on your own or at our OneSent Market just off of the Great Hall.

Current Ongoing Adult Bible Studies

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Bible Studies

Sundays, Sept. 11, 2016-May 21, 2017; 8:30 & 9:45am; Conference Room

Wednesday Morning Bible Study: Heaven

Gather at 9:15am; begin study at 9:30am; Room 111

Heaven is hard for us to picture. We think of floating on clouds, singing praises and playing harps, or walking on streets of gold. While we know we want to go to heaven, we are a little nervous about what it will be like. These Bible studies provide a Biblical perspective on heaven- something richer and more exciting that we can imagine.

Ongoing Classes

Faith Stories

Wednesdays, March 8-April 5; 6:30pm; Room 413
Info: e.bostrom@sheridanlutheran.org

Everyone has a faith story and when faith stories are shared, both the speaker and the hearer are blessed. In the season of Lent, Pastor Eric will be asking individuals in our faith community to share their faith journey and how they’ve experienced God through their life. In a conversational style, Pastor Eric will interview a variety of people, helping them navigate their faith story. At the end, others will be able to ask questions bubbling up in their hearts. The spirit of this sharing will be safe, gracious, and respectful, honoring the gift the speaker shares. The hope is when we experience the God stories of others, we better recognize the God stories in our own lives.

Holy Yoga During Lent

Thurs., March 2-April 6; 6:30pm; Room 316

Join Yoga instructor, Maranda Hoefs, for a six-week Lenten series called “Jesus is Everything.” Holy Yoga embraces the essential elements of yoga: breath work, meditation and physical postures. In all of these elements, Christ is the focus of our intention. All levels of yoga experience are welcome. Bring a yoga mat if you have one. New participants must register online. This class is free.

Sundays at 11

Sundays, March 5 & 12; 11am; Conference Room
Info: Anne Kubr

The Lord’s Prayer is the March topic. Come one time, or make this a regular part of your Sunday morning.

Thursday Mornings

2nd & 4th Thursdays; beginning Jan. 12; 9:30 am; Chapel
Info: Patty Forsberg

Come and join in the discussion and practice of living with some of the questions Jesus asked. “Who do you say that I am?” “Has no one condemned you?” “Who are my mother and brothers?” New participants are always welcome.

Upcoming Classes & Events

Walk/Run for God 5K

Info Meeting: Wed., March 22, 6:30pm; Room 646.
Class: Thur., March 30-June 22; 6-8pm
Info: Suzi Dearmont

Join us as we work on improving our spiritual and physical fitness! Walkers and runners are invited to the Walk/Run for God Lincoln 5K Challenge (youth welcome, ages 10+ with a parent and 14+ on their own). This class will meet weekly for encouragement, education, devotion and a training walk/run. This course can enable those who have never run, to run their first 5K. The challenge concludes with the Witness Through Fitness 5K on June 24th to help you celebrate the journey you are walking/running with God. Register by March 17th. There is a cost of approximately $25 to purchase the devotional book (returning participants do not need to purchase a new book). Contact Suzi Dearmont with questions or for more information.

Book Discussion: “A Man Called Ove”

Wed., April 26; 6:30pm; Conference Room

“A Man Called Ove” is the next book selected for discussion. Ove is a curmudgeon—the kind of man who points at people he dislikes, has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. But behind the cranky exterior there is a story and a sadness. Author, Fredrik Backman’s novel about the angry old man next door is a thoughtful exploration of the profound impact one life has on countless others and is a heartwarming story about transformation. Books are available in OneSent for $10.