Bible Workshop - Six Week Bible Study Series
February 25 - April 2, 2020
at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Learn how Scripture can impact our lives and draw us closer to our Lord, Jesus. This workshop is designed for any adult who desires a deeper understanding in how to incorporate the Bible as a means of growing in their faith through a Catholic lens. The information is geared towards those individuals who have had limited experience in reading the Bible.
Together we will learn:
- The basic history of the Bible
- How to set aside apprehension and start reading the Bible or get more out of it if you are reading it already
- The types of Books found in the Bible - Historical, Wisdom, Gospels, Prophetic, etc.
- Biblical terms that can be helpful for reading Scripture
- How to pray with Scripture
Choose a session that fits your schedule:
- Tuesday evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm (begins Feb. 25)
- Thursday mornings, 9:30 - 11:00 am (begins Feb. 27)
- All sessions held in Seton Hall - lower level. (*Feb. 25 will meet in Matthew/Mark room)
- If childcare is needed, please register by February 16th.
Oscar Lukefahr's book, "A Catholic's Guide to the Bible" will be our primary resource for this workshop. Orders taken for books at registration.
Complete the following online registration today or contact Sue Switalski at (262) 782-8982 for more information. Preregistration preferred. Walk-ins welcome.
Our Faith Sharing/Bible Study Groups offer an opportunity to explore our faith and open our hearts to a deeper personal relationship with Christ. Small Groups offer opportunity for personal study and small group discussion that link our everyday challenges and struggles with the solutions given to us through the teachings of Christ and the Roman Catholic Church. Groups are open to any and all who wish to participate.
- Tuesday evenings – 7 PM
- Wednesday Evenings – Women’s Group – 7 PM
- Thursday Mornings – Men’s & Women’s 8:45-10:30 AM
- Sunday evening – 7 PM (In parishioner’s home)
This ministry has an incredible opportunity to grow. Small groups have the potential to transform a parish community through education and interaction paving the way for active discipleship. If you have an idea for a small group or bible study, please contact Sue Switalski.