“Sabbath School is one of the most important parts of Sabbath. It gives us the opportunity for fellowship, mission understanding, outreach and one of the greatest parts, Bible study and discussion. What a privilege to be able to study our Bible and the Adult Bible Study Guide in a small group setting and make the wonderful biblical instructions practical for our spiritual experience the next week. No one should miss Sabbath School!”—Ted N C Wilson, president, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Sabbath School Lesson
Here in Wellingborough, we have Sabbath School classes tailored to meet the needs of children, teens, youth, and adults. The time we spend in studying the word of God, guided by the Quarterly Lesson Study, is priceless. We use this time to gain a deeper understanding of the Scriptures, share words of encouragement, and learn how we can practically apply the Sciptures to our personal lives.
The lessons for this quarter's study, including links to access the lesson in your preferred language, can be found here. Audio, video, and braille resources for the Adult Study Guide can be accessed here.
You'll also be pleased to know that these lessons can be accessed via the Sabbath School Quarterly app for android, and for iPhone.
This quarter (July- September 2017) we will be studying the book of Galatians. Begin reading the riveting introduction to this quarter's study - The Gospel In Galatians - below.
"The Protestant world is getting ready to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, when Martin Luther — guided by the Holy Spirit — brought to millions crucial biblical truths that were long hidden under centuries of superstition and tradition. One could argue that out of the pages of Galatians (along with Romans) Protestantism itself was born half a millennium ago! It was while reading Galatians that Martin Luther first was touched with the glorious good news of righteousness by faith, the great truth that spawned the Protestant Reformation, which freed millions from centuries of theological and ecclesiastical error. What he read in this book changed Luther, and the world has never been the same again...
In a manner unlike any other book in the Bible, Galatians addresses a number of themes crucial to the Christian soul. It is in Galatians that Paul tackles issues such as freedom, the role of the law in salvation, our condition in Christ, and the nature of the Spirit-led life, as well as the age-old question, How can sinful humans be made right before a holy and just God?
This quarter’s Bible study guide invites us to journey with the apostle Paul as he pleads with the Galatians to remain true to Jesus. " continue reading