Sunday Morning Bible Study

On Sunday mornings, before the Holy Eucharist service, we meet in the East Wing at 9:00 am for Bible Study.

Currently we are studying the first letter of St. Paul to the church at Corinth. 1st Corinthians is the second longest epistle in the New Testament. Unlike Romans (Paul's longest letter), which is a sort of essay with a sustained argument, 1st Corinthians is an "occasional letter" -- written in response to a particular situation and addressing a variety of topics.

1st Corinthians contains some of the most important passages in the New Testament:

  • on the way of the cross,
  • on the Holy Spirit,
  • on the Lord's Supper,
  • on speaking in tongues and charismatic gifts,
  • on the primacy of love, and
  • on the bodily resurrection. 

Underlying it all is an urgent concern for unity and humility in the Corinthian congregation and for the healing of factionalism. What could be more pertinent in today's world?  Come and join us as we engage with Paul's exhortation to deeper faith worked out in our daily lives.

 
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