School has begun for Fort Dodge youth, but local churches also have plenty to offer students both young and old.
From kids beginning their faith journeys at Sunday school to the all-inclusive Bible studies, Fort Dodge churches are offering teachings of faith for anyone and everyone interested and willing.
Pastor Matthew Martins welcomes everyone to join him at his Sunday morning Bible study class that will be starting this fall at Grace Lutheran Church. This is an opportunity for members and prospective members to get to know the pastor better and become more familiar with other members as well. The fall session will be devoted to the life and teachings of the Apostle Paul. For more information, visit the church website at www.graceluthelca.com or stop in and talk to Pastor Martins at the church, located at 211 S. Ninth St.
Sunday school is beginning for fall semester at First United Methodist Church. All are welcome to join the fun each Sunday, starting Sept. 16. This is a great opportunity to meet other students and get to know the Bible in the fun, inviting environment of First United Methodist. They have also lined up new teachers for the new semester. Anyone is welcome to volunteer. For more information about Sunday school and other activities, visit the church website at www.fumcfortdodge.org or stop by and see for yourself at First Ave. N. and 10th St.
Trinity United Methodist Church would like to invite all women looking to grow their education about the Bible to join them in the Women’s Bible study class, which meets every Thursday at 8 a.m. The current focus of the group is “Knowing God’s Word,” which is a Women of Faith Study Guide Series.
The church would also like to offer folks the opportunity to join the evening Bible study classes offered on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. This is a scripture-based Bible study class led by Mike Cassidy. For more information regarding Bible study classes, stop in the church at 838 N. 25th St. or call 573-3519.