UPDATE: With the new government guidelines regarding COVID we have moved our Bible Study online and will be offering two sessions instead of the original three. 

We are blessed to have three opportunities for further Ecumenical Bible study coming in the New year. Based on the interest that we had from parishioners for the Fall session, Peter and Kerry have graciously offered to create more options for study both online, and in person. We are grateful to Kerry and Peter Wilson who are providing these opportunities for our Family of Parishes. Kerry, who was received into the Roman Catholic Church, is married to Peter, who was raised in the Brethren tradition of the Protestant church. They will lead these programs examining the richness of the scriptures, and welcoming both Catholics and Protestants. This “bible study” has its purpose of celebrating our common biblical heritage as we grow closer to God.

PASTORAL EPISTLES: The gospel is not an abstract proposition but a personal reality. Join us in the New Year for a life-changing study of the pastoral epistles (1 and 2 Timothy and Titus). Paul wrote these personal and practical letters to his co-workers in ministry, and the truths he taught can guide us today. We’ll explore the importance of sound teaching and being intentional disciples, and with our focus on Jesus, we’ll be blessed with God’s grace as we discover His great plan for each of us. This is an ecumenical Scripture study. All are welcome!

HEBREWS: Explore the richness of the gospel as we study the book of Hebrews together. God has sent a better High Priest, a superior sacrifice, and the benefits of this New Covenant are eternal. Strengthen your faith and your assurance in God’s mercy and grace as we journey through this beautiful rendering of God’s plan of salvation. We welcome participants from all Christian traditions as we celebrate our shared story of redemption.

Please register below for the study group you would like to attend. Spaces are limited so please register early. 



Online Using Zoom

Wednesdays, 7 – 8:30pm

February 2 – April 

Pastoral Epistles

Online Using Zoom

Tuesdays, 7 – 8:30pm 

February 1 – April