Adult Bible Studies

Need to Sunday morning Bible study or one during the week?

Growing in God’s Word is the primary way our minds are renewed and our lives continually transformed (Romans 12:2). St. Bartholomew’s offers a variety of Bible Studies that are open to every person desiring to strengthen the content of their faith.  

For more information on any of the following available studies, please contact our church office at (716) 831.1777.

Friday Night Bible Study

Ever wonder what causes our brains to think about certain things the way it does? What controls our thought processes. How does that relates to what God's word says? How do we maintain lasting joy in our hearts and mind? Join us on Friday nights as Fr. Ward shares with us how we can find joy in the world we currently live in. We will start our evenings with a meatless cover dish dinner at 6pm with the study to follow at 7pm.

Current study: Finding the Joy of the Lord in a World of Sorrow

Fr. Arthur Ward
Friday Nights (With a recap on Wednesday Night's) Starting February 28th
7-8:30pm in the Sanctuary

Men’s Discipleship Study

This Bible study and Fellowship group is open to all men ages 18 and older desiring to become more Christ-centered in our daily lives.

Current study: Knights of the 21st Century Men

Dn. Gary Wisniewski
Tuesday evenings

Women’s Tuesday Evening Fellowship & Bible Study

Biweekly Bible study for women written by God-centered authors and teachers, to draw closer in your personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Starting September 10.

Current study: The Acts Of the Apostles

Louise Jones
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of month

Women’s Wednesday Morning Fellowship & Bible Study

Weekly Bible study for women written by God-centered authors and teachers, to draw closer in your personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 

Current study: Praying the Names of God

Barbara Molison
Wednesday mornings


It hurts to lose someone.Find help at GriefShare.

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

Albert and Linda Matuch
7pm Fellowship Hall

Bethlehem Groups

St. Bartholomew's Church is excited to introduce our new home group ministry: Bethlehem Groups. These groups will meet at various times and days of the week. We meet to share food and friendship in order to grow together in Jesus for the sake of the community around us. All are invited to join us.

Fr. Thebeau
Various Times and days of the Week
Various Homes

Anglicanism 101 Why We Do What We Do

Join us on three consecutive Wednesday nights staring on February 5 and ending on February 19 at 7pm. Fr. Thebeau walks us through Anglicanism 101.

The first Wednesday, Fr. Thebeau will walk us through our Sunday worship service, explaining why we do what we do.

The next two Wednesdays, Fr. Thebeau will turn our attention to the Prayer Book with the focus of applying it to our individual and family lives. This will include some of the history and theology behind the Prayer Book.

Fr. Thebeau
Wednesday February 5th - 19th
Church Sanctuary 7pm - 8pm