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Adult Learning

Live, share, and celebrate God's word through Adult Education at Lord of Life. Discover what it means to live a life of faith in today's fast-paced world. Share insights, questions, hopes, doubts, wonder, and struggles. Celebrate God's living Word, and how it challenges and guides us.

We gather at a variety of times to study a wide range of topics. Choose where you fit best: Sunday through Thursday, morning, evening, small group, or large - there is a Bible study for everyone! Go on a life-changing journey of faith – no ticket required.

  • Silent Retreat

    St. Walburg Monastery Guest House
    March 23-25, 2018

    There will be a silent directed retreat for women & men at St. Walburg Monastery Guest House March 23-25, 2018. Retreatants will have the opportunity to grow in their relationship with God. Lodging will be at the monastery’s Guest House. Each retreatant will have a private room and enjoy individual spiritual direction on all three days. The number of retreatants is limited to 9 persons. The fee of $175 is due with registration. Our experienced Spiritual Directors are Mary Jo Ruccio and Benedictine Sisters Cathy Bauer and Dorothy Schuette. For information and sign up, contact Sr. Dorothy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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  • Wednesday Morning Bible Study

    Women and Justice

    New Wednesday Bible Study
    Women and Justice
    February 14 - March 28, 10 am
    in the Library

    This Lenten season come and explore what the church is saying about the justice issues that women are confronted with routinely. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has formed a task force that is soliciting our response to a Social Statement on Women and Justice. Together, we will evaluate the Social Statement and wrestle with how we are called to combat the patriarchy and sexism in our society. To view the Social Statement, you can go to


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  • Thursday Morning Co-ed Bible Study

    Coffee bible

    Thursdays at 9:45 am
    in the Library


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  • Men's Bible Study

    Mens Bible Study Outside

    1st and 3rd Mondays, 7pm
    George Bryans' home

    This fall, the men are studying Making Sense of the Christian Faith. This book is an exciting exploration of the major theological doctrines of the Christian faith. Written as a conversation that invites you to "jump into" the conversation, these pages tackle Theology, Creation, Sin, Incarnation, Atonement, and much more.

    Books are available in the church office ($13).

    Join us!  Come as you are able.


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  • Adult Sunday School

    Sunday mornings, 9:30 am
    in the church library
    led by Ed Williams

    This year, we will study “Being The Church: Living Jesus’ Mission.” We begin by looking at what Jesus set out to accomplish; his mission as he understood it, lived it and explained it in the Book of Luke. From there, we will go to the book of Acts to see how Jesus’ mission was carried on and lived out by the Church in the Book of Acts. Thoroughly grounded in the biblical witness to Jesus’ mission, our next stop will look at how the church in our day and age can live that same mission. What are the barriers to fulfilling that mission and strategies to overcome those barriers so that all can be the church that Jesus calls us and the Holy Spirit empowers us to be?



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  • Creativity Retreat

    beautiful things retreat

    Beautiful Things: A Creative Retreat
    Saturday, January 27, 2018
    9 am – 5 pm
    Prince of Peace Lutheran Church (101 S. Lebanon Rd; Loveland)

    Participants can choose three workshops to engage in different types of creativity through the day, ranging from calligraphy to jewelry making to yoga.

    For more information or to register: http://popluther.org/beautiful-things/

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  • Women's CRHP Retreat

    It’s in Christ that we find out who we are and what we are living for. Ephesians 1:11

    February 10-11
    Lord of Life Lutheran Church

    Are you seeking renewal in your prayer life or journey of faith? Are you looking for a way to connect with others in our congregation? Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) is a personal and parish spiritual renewal process. This weekend, set apart in retreat, provides an opportunity to take a break from your busy schedule so that you can refresh yourself spiritually and renew your heart.

    This time will be led by women from within our congregation in an informal and relaxed environment of reflection, fellowship, and fun as their share stories from their journey of faith. Accommodations are basic, with the Lord of Life serving as “home” for the weekend. The process is personal, inspirational, and fulfilling.

    Plan now to be part of this transformative weekend!

    Registration now open. Stop by the CRHP information table in the narthex this Sunday, or contact Andi or Ava.

    Contacts: Andi Keenan, Ava Fiebig

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