Because a Bible study may have to be postponed at times, please contact us for current schedule.
Adult and Family Bible Studies:
Please be sure to call us if you plan to attend, in case the study you are interested in has been canceled for the week. Call us at (406)761-3511 for the most current updates. We also post cancelations on our facebook page.
A part of spiritual growth is to study the Bible, pray, and worship Christ with fellow Christians. Please join us in any (or ALL!) of the studies below. We hope you join us on our quest for a better understanding of Christ and His infinite attributes.
The first step in any discipleship program has to be Bible Study so that our members are grounded in God’s Word. Come visit us and see what we have to offer. You’ll grow in your knowledge of the Lord and make new friends who endeavor to do the same.
Youth and Adult Sunday School Class:
The youth and adult Sunday School class is led by David Odom. The class is held in the Fellowship Hall from 9:30-10:30am on Sunday mornings.
Ladies Monday Evening Bible Study:
Join Kim Burrall and a group of ladies to study God’s word each Monday Night. They are studying “Jonah-You Can’t Outrun Grace”” by Paul Tripp. The Bible study is from 6:30-8:30pm at the Burrall’s home (3404 Bison Lane Great Falls). For more information call Kim at 781-6245 or email email@example.com
Men’s Thursday Evening Bible Study:
Join Michael Burrall and a group of men to study God’s word each Thursday evening. They are studying “Jonah-You Can’t Outrun Grace”” by Paul Tripp. The Bible study is from 6:30-8:30pm at the Burrall’s home (3404 Bison Lane Great Falls). For more information call Michael at 452-0638 or 781-6245 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Men’s Friday Morning Bible Study:
Join Joseph Moyer and a group of men to study God’s word early in the morning! Joseph is teaching “Acts: Living as Spirit-filled Men.” The Bible study begins at 6:00am downstairs at the church. Contact Elder Joseph Moyer for more information.
Wednesday Evening Family Fellowship and Worship:
Most of you know that Westside has a family integrated form of worship and fellowship. In that respect, our Wednesday nights are a time of family fellowship, worship, and prayer. The family remains together throughout the evening. Those attending are pleasantly surprised at how well this arrangement works! It is a tremendous blessing to see how children as well as adults interact during this time together. We encourage everyone to join us and find out more about a family integrated form of worship. 7pm in the Sanctuary, ALL are welcome!
If you have questions, please contact Joseph or Cindy Moyer, (406)761-3511
New Wednesday Night Study at Westside Baptist Church:
The Bible’s Psychology of Comfort…in a Catechism
“Psychology” literally means “the study of the soul.” In America it has become both a scientific field and a popular means of giving people peace.
Since the soul is non-physical, it cannot be studied scientifically. We cannot put our soul in a bottle and run lab tests on it. Instead, we must go to our “Manufacturer” to understand our soul. The Bible is God’s manual for that understanding.
Starting June 17th, we will explore an overview of biblical truth and how it shapes our soul. For this study we will use a resource never touched in Westside: a catechism. This is a question-and-answer format that summarizes basic doctrines.
Joseph Moyer will teach from the Bible using a little book called An Orthodox Catechism. It is based on the famous Heidleberg Catechism published in 1563. A Baptist pastor revised it for his church in 1680. This catechism’s first question sets it apart from others: “What is your only comfort in life and death?” Comfort is a fundamental concern of modern psychology. The Scriptures provide the only reliable source for anyone to know comfort.
Copies of An Orthodox Catechism are available for $10 if you want your own book. You can also order you own copy on line through the publisher: www.rbap.net. We will print out a weekly portion for the teaching. So you do not absolutely need the whole book. At the same time, the catechism is an excellent summary of basic Christian doctrine. You will find it a great resource for the future.
If you have any questions about this new study, feel free to contact Joseph Moyer.
“To open this book and find someone taking seriously the biblical call of ‘agonizing to enter the kingdom’ and . . . boxing and sweating like a champion to get victory over sin is the most refreshing thing I could have set my eyes on.”
—John Piper, Founder, desiringGod.org; Chancellor, Bethlehem College and Seminary