Bethlehem Lutheran Church Sun Prairie, WI

Bible Classes

Sunday Morning Bible Class
Book of Acts
September 18 – November 20

On Sunday mornings at 9:15am in the Fellowship Hall, Pastor Charlie will begin a Bible class on the Book of Acts. We will study how the church grew through the ministry of Paul. Video segments will take you to the actual locations that Paul visited as we go verse by verse through Acts.

“Sneak Peek” Bible Study & Social
Monday Mornings
9am – 10am

We’re getting familiar with the Scriptures for the upcoming Sunday! Our pastors will lead a discussion where we dissect the common themes throughout the readings and look for the personal “sweet spot” that encourages and challenges us. Each Monday we will wrestle with the Scripture together for an hour, from 9:00am to 10:00am in the fellowship hall, and after that all are encouraged to hang around for a time of fellowship. This “social time” after the time together in the Word is also so beneficial. God created us for relationships and this time with coffee and friends is awesome! 

Men’s Bible Study
“Being Lutheran”
Friday Mornings

The 6am Friday morning men’s Bible study is held each Friday, from September through May.

We are reading and discussing “Being Lutheran” by LCMS pastor Trevor Sutton. You are invited to go through the material too! Guys do not have to be a part of our congregation to attend the 6am study at Bethlehem. And if that is too early or you just want to dig into the material, Concordia Publishing House has a free resource in the Faith Courses! If you go to you can register for this video series that accompanies the book. If you have not taken a Faith Courses class before it is easy to sign up with your email address.

Not a video or book person? No problem! If you have a library card and smart phone (or computer) you can go to the Hoopla App and put in your library card number which will give you access to tons of library titles – including Being Lutheran the audio book. Pastor Rod likes to listen to books that way he can play them at 1.75 speed.

About the Author of Being Lutheran, Rev. A. Trevor Sutton is associate pastor at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Haslett, Michigan. A frequent speaker and writer, Sutton has been published by various Christian publishers, and his work has appeared in Faith & Leadership (Duke Divinity School), The Cresset (Valparaiso University), and Concordia Journal (Concordia Seminary). Sutton has a BA from Concordia University in Ann Arbor and an MDiv from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, and is currently a graduate student in Writing and Rhetoric at Michigan State University.