Grow deeper in faith through study. See below for upcoming classes and Bible studies.

Take a Deeper Dive into Faith

The dates for the next Bible 101 class are TBD.

We are a Bible church, but not all of us in this church have the same knowledge, understanding, or interpretation of the Bible.

Using the book, "Making Sense of the Bible," by Adam Hamilton, we will engage on the history of Scripture, the context of the Old and New Testaments, the authority of Scripture in our lives and various ways to interpret. Then, we will begin to discuss topics such as violence, suffering, science, sexuality, tattoos, and end times with our various understandings of scripture. In this class we seek to hear and understand one another and not defend or explain our own understandings.

Watch Past Classes Here

Do I Stay Christian? A guide for the Doubters, the Disappointed, and the Disillusioned by Brian McLaren is the book we will be discussing this session. Books are available in the church offices. The dates for the next class are TBD.

The RLC Library is open to everyone. There is so much material to explore: Christian movies, book studies grounded in scripture, resource materials, devotionals and Bibles.  

The library is located in Luther’s Lair in the Outreach Center. The library is self-serve and checking out materials is as easy as…

  • Make your selection* and remove the library card from its pocket
  • Fill in the date and your contact information 
  • Place library card in the Card Index File box

*If an item has a RED dot on it, please do not take it off campus or contact for special circumstances.

Returning Material
​Simply place returned materials in the
"RETURNSbasket, located on the bottom shelf of the library. We will replace the library cards in the material and restock the shelves.  Please do not take books/studies from the “RETURNS” basket.

Library Directory

Studies by Topic

Library Q&A

What does it mean to be Lutheran? Who was Martin Luther? What do Lutherans believe? What are the most distinctive themes of Lutheran theology? Discover the answers to these questions and much more in the 4-session video class below.

Find videos of Lutheran 101 classes here.

Men are invited to participate in this small-group lay-facilitated study. The Serendipity Bible for Groups, 4th Edition is used. Copies will be available at the sessions. Members of the group will take turns facilitating using the guide questions in the Serendipity Bible. The group typically meets October through May on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 8:00 am to 9:00 am in Luther’s Lair in the Outreach Center at the Oro Valley Campus.

For more information, please contact Duane Udstuen at 612-518-3690 or

​​Women of all ages and denominations are invited to participate in this small group ministry. Bible-related books are studied. A designated facilitator guides the group through the study. The group meets year-round on Thursday mornings at 9:00 AM.

Borrowing from best-selling studies by Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, Lisa Harper, Kelly Minter, and Jennifer Rothschild, this 6-session study explores crucial moments in the lives of five Old Testament figures--Esther, Gideon, Malachi, Nehemiah, and Hosea. Through their stories, discover how God uses the lives of ordinary people for His glory and the good of His people. Strengthen your faith as you walk alongside these larger-than-life figures who all chose to obey God no matter the circumstances.

Come and join us every third Saturday, from 9-11:30 for coffee, snacks and fellowship, followed by a film and small discussion groups. Sign up here or at Space is limited. The first meeting on June 15th; subsequent meetings will be on the third Saturday of each month. The Workbook can be purchased on Amazon for $15.99. The Syllabus will be passed out at the first meeting on June 15th. If you are currently in the Faithful Living Fellowship "Basket Case" study, and have told your Facilitator that you wish to continue, there is no need to sign up again here.

Women’s Faithful Living Fellowship