Sunday School and Bible Class

But Jesus called them to him, saying, “Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for such is the kingdom of God.
Luke 18:16

Sunday School
Springfield Campus

We have a new Sunday School program for the Springfield Campus beginning Sept. 11. Shannon Schmidt is our Sunday School Superintendent. She will be separating the kids by age groups and they will follow a VBS style type of format using CPH material. This style makes it more active and engaging while learning about God’s word. We have several experienced educators volunteering, but we can always use more volunteers. You don’t have to be a teacher, just willing to share God’s love with the kids. Sunday School begins at 9:30 am in room 144.

    Nixa Campus

    Children’s Sunday School will continue with a one group format using the same material as Springfield. Families can drop off their children (age 3 through 4th grade) with the teacher in the first preschool classroom on the left. Youth ages 5th grade through high school will meet in the Youth Room. Sunday School begins at 9:30 am

    Adult Bible Study
    Springfield Campus

      Led by Kathy Kollmeyer, you will study Amos.  On the surface, Amos is full of condemnation. We’re going to turn every condemnation into an invitation to the Good Life!  It’s God’s invitation to seek Him and seek life with Him!  The God Life is the good life!   Room 147


      Book of Daniel led by Tom Seboldt.  Room 149

      Love and Respect - Marriage Class Room 115

      Christianity, Cults and Religions “Millions of Americans practice a religion other than Christianity.  Would you like to understand the differences between what they believe and what the Bible teaches?  Each week of the study, we will compare Christianity with one of the world’s largest religions or cults. Fellowship hall

      Nixa Campus

      Nixa Campus will continue with one group class that will be live streamed to our website beginning at 9:30 am after fellowship time (the link can be found below).  Pastor Koenig will be lead a study on the book of Colossians.  Located in the Nixa Campus Fellowship Hall


      New Member Class at Nixa beginning Sept 25th in the Conference Room led by Tony Manasseri.  Class begins at 9:30 and will run 8 weeks covering the 6 Chief parts of Luther’s small catechism, as well as provide information about who we are at Redeemer Lutheran Church and how we together Grow in Christ, Share His Word, and Care for All.  If you are new to Redeemer, or would like a review or overview of Lutheranism and the Small Catechism, please plan to attend!


      THAT is how we will start making a difference in our families, our community and our world.

      As part of our commitment to provide all members with a well-rounded understanding of God’s Word, we will annually provide at least one class in each of the following:

      • NT Studies: A synoptic Gospel1, Acts or a Pauline epistle2, John or a general epistle3
      • OT Studies: History4, wisdom & poetry5, prophecy6
      • Theological Foundations: Doctrine overview, the confessions, a Lutheran teaching
      • Life Application: Witnessing, personal devotional life, coping skills
      • Theological Topics: History, current issues, other religions
      • Relationship Application: Parenting, marriage, living single

      Every three years:  Genesis or Exodus, John, Romans or Galatians, NT Overview, OT Overview, Hermeneutics, Reformation History

      1. Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke
      2. Pauline Epistles: Romans – Philemon
      3. General Epistles: Hebrews – Revelation
      4. History: Genesis – Esther
      5. Wisdom: Job - Song of Solomon
      6. 6Prophets: Isaiah – Malachi

      Springfield Campus Current Classes


      Leader: Tom Benson

      Location:  Room 116 (6th Grade)

      This letter by the Apostle John is often looked at with confusion and fear – but it was actually written to bring comfort and assurance to God’s people.  Come learn the true meaning of Revelation and be filled with joy!

      Nixa Campus Current Classes 

      "Journey from Unbelief to Faith"

      Sundays 9:30 AM - Through the end of February

      Fellowship Hall

      In this new year, as we celebrate our baptismal identity in Christ Jesus, we are beginning a 4 week Study on Sunday mornings at the Nixa campus. Join us as we hear the stories of 4 different individuals who were deep in the darkness of unbelief, but who by the grace and mercy of God came to faith in the light of the world - Jesus himself. As we hear about their journeys, we are sure to learn more about our own journey of faith as well. See you all this Sunday!

      Click here to learn more!