Fall 2022 Bible Studies!

We are excited to be able to offer a great variety of Bible Studies this Fall! Some are in person, some are on Zoom and they are all led by amazing people who are on this same journey to learn more about God and our wonderful Catholic Faith!

*NEW* What We Believe: The Beauty of the Catholic Faith: Meets Tuesday Mornings, from 9AM- 11AM in the Gathering Space and the Library; 10 Sessions, starts September 20th, Ends December 6th– Cost: $35

What is the Catholic Church all about? What does it mean to be Catholic? What do Catholics actually believe? The Catholic Church is extraordinary. Founded by Christ himself, the Catholic Church is where we encounter God in his Word, his sacraments, and his saints. The Church faithfully proclaims the fullness of faith, leaving no truth out. It proclaims the fullness of life, leaving no person out. It calls all to repent and to believe in God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the source of all life and salvation. Maybe you’ve been Catholic your entire life. Maybe you’re just beginning to explore the Catholic Faith. Wherever you may be in your journey, you will be profoundly moved by the beauty and the richness of the Catholic Church.

Epic: A Journey Through Church History: Meets Tuesday Mornings, from 9AM- 11AM in the Youth Center, Lower Level, Room B; 20 Sessions (will continue into next year), starts September 20th, Ends March 7th– Cost: $30

This is our story, our family. As Catholics, we are the inheritors of holy men and women who over two thousand years built a great civilization and spread the gospel throughout the world. The history of the Church is not just the recitation of popes and saints; it is a story of adventure, intrigue, rebellion, reform, and devotion. In this study you will learn about the important people, places, and events in over two thousand years of Church history. You will discover the true stories behind the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, and the Protestant Reformation. You will also learn about the massive persecution of Christians in the twentieth century. Throughout, you will be gaining an understanding of the workings of the Holy Spirit in our Church. The better we know our history, the better prepared we will be to face the future.

Matthew: The King & His Kingdom: Meets Tuesday Nights, from 6:30PM- 8:30PM in the Youth Center (Long Ave.) Lower Floor, Rm. B; 24 Sessions (will continue into next year), starts September 20th, Ends April 4th– Cost: $40

This study shows how Jesus fulfills God’s promises to Israel and establishes his kingdom on earth. Through references to the Old Testament promises of God to his people and the messages God sent them through the prophets, this Bible study provides the key to understanding the rest of the New Testament and Christ as the fulfillment of God’s plan. Matthew portrays Jesus as the true King who fulfills the Law the people of Israel have failed to keep and who introduces the new law that will accompany the New Covenant. In this 24-part study of Matthew’s Gospel, Jeff Cavins explains how Jesus is challenging and empowering us to a new level of holiness and shows how we must be thoroughly immersed in the kingdom of heaven on earth, the Church, to live it.

Life Eternal: Meets on Wednesday Mornings, from 9AM- 11AM in the Lower Level of the Youth Center; 7 Sessions, starts September 21st, Ends November 9th– Cost: $20

The biblical promise of eternal life appears late in Scripture, but it blossoms into fullness with the resurrection of Christ. Explore the growing nature of the hope of those who have called upon the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the past, and the crystallization of our hope for eternal life in the victory of Christ over death. Those with some familiarity with Scripture will find it both inspiring and informative as the hope of eternal life develops and crystallizes through the sweep of salvation history.

Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come: Meets Thursday nights on Zoom, from 6:30PM- 8:30PM; 11 Sessions, starts September 22nd, Ends December 8th– Cost: $30

Perhaps no book of the Bible fascinates people more than Revelation. Yet relatively few people have studied it, especially from a Catholic perspective. Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come shows how the kingdom established by Christ in his Church is intimately connected with the kingdom of heaven. In this study, presenter Jeff Cavins pulls back the veil on the rich symbolism present in Revelation. Discover what the mysterious figures and images of Revelation mean and see how Revelation is more than an apocalyptic vision of the “end times.” Explore the Church’s teaching on the second coming of Christ and the Last Judgment. Understand how God, the Divine Bridegroom, and the Church, his spotless bride, enter into a heavenly, holy, and mystical marriage every time we celebrate Mass.

SURVIVING DIVORCE:  Meets Monday nights, from 6:30PM – 8:30PM in the lower level of the Youth Center, Room C (1080 Long St, Richland); 12 Sessions, starts September 12th, Ends Dec. 12th                                           Come join others who have experienced separation and divorce. In this video series, Rose Sweet, Catholic author, speaker, and pastoral counselor, tackles the pain and suffering of divorce from her own experience and that of the Catholic Church. Joined by a group of distinguished priests and professionals who have dedicated their lives to helping people understand and cope with loss and grief, they will guide you through the shock, anger, denial, and emotional upheaval of separation and divorce.  Questions? Or to sign up, contact Meggin Sanner (541-571-8402) or ckadultre@gmail.com or Elizabeth at 509-420-4509.

Virtual Monday Night Faith-Building Studies: (ongoing with different topics) This is a virtual bible study that meets online on Monday nights at 7PM throughout the year. They go through a variety of studies that are usually free, meant to help deepen one’s faith and love of God. To join this bible study, please contact Cathy Exarhos at cathyex@gmail.com.

Winter/ Spring 2022 Bible Studies

Our Fall Bible Studies have finished for the Year 2021. Now we are ready for our next sessions starting in January 2022! Here is the list of our bible studies being offered. (Please note, two of these are continued on from Fall 2o21). You can sign up by either e-mailing Meggin Sanner at ckadultre@gmail.com or calling me at 541-571-8402.

Wisdom: 8 weeks (Ascension Press) Tuesday Mornings- 9AM- 11AM in the Gathering Space starting on Jan. 18th, 2022. Drawing on the wisdom literature of the Bible—Proverbs, Wisdom, Sirach, and Ecclesiastes—Wisdom: God’s Vision for Life will teach you how to actively seek sound guidance and increase your sense of peace in navigating life. In everything from friendships to finances, from making decisions to attaining peace of mind, Scripture offers a vision for happiness and well-being. With this program, you will learn how to gather, gain, and grow in wisdom, and you will experience the joy it brings to your life. Cost: $25

The Sacraments: 6 weeks (Word on Fire)- Tuesday Mornings, 9AM- 11AM in the Parish Library starting on Jan. 18th, 2022. The great sacraments of the Church have endured for thousands of years and structured countless lives. Everything in the Church’s life comes from and returns to them. But there is far more to these ancient rites than meets the eye. In this follow-up to The Mass, Bishop Barron looks at the great sacraments of the Church in all their theological depth, spiritual effects, and pastoral promise. The Sacraments will help you understand these signs and channels of grace and discover the secret behind their persistence down the ages: the presence and power of the Savior himself. Cost: $30

No Greater Love: Biblical Walk-Through of Christ’s Passion: 5 Weeks (Ascension Press) Tuesday Mornings- 9AM- 11AM in the Youth Center, Lower Level, Rm B. Filmed on location in the Holy Land, No Greater Love is a biblical pilgrimage that reveals Christ’s amazing love for us. Best-selling author Edward Sri guides you through the last hours of Christ’s life. You will walk step-by-step with Jesus from the garden of Gethsemane to Mount Calvary. Every step of the way, Old Testament prophecies, messianic expectations, biblical symbolism, and historical context shed light on the mystery of Christ’s suffering and death. Experience a deeper understanding and appreciation of God’s immeasurable and unconditional love for you—grow closer to Jesus than you ever have before. Cost: $35

Passion and Resurrection Narratives of Jesus– 6 weeks (Little Rock Scripture Study) Wednesday Mornings- 9AM- 11AM in the Youth Center, Lower Level, Rm B, starts on Jan. 19th, 2022. The gospel stories of the passion and resurrection of Jesus are at the core of Christian faith, revealing the nature of God, the person of Jesus, and the path of every disciple. Explore these essential stories in the unique accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John with reliable guide Stephen Binz, and embrace the cross and resurrection in your own life. Cost: $25

Virtual Monday Night Faith-Building Studies: (ongoing with different topics) This is a virtual bible study that meets online on Monday nights at 7PM throughout the year. They go through a variety of studies that are usually free, meant to help deepen one’s faith and love of God. To join this bible study, please contact Cathy Exarhos at cathyex@gmail.com.

Continued from the Fall 2021:

The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation: (24 weeks)- (started in the Fall of 2021, continued into Spring 2022) Tuesday evenings at 6:30PM- 8:30PM in the Youth Center, Rm B, on Long Ave, started on Sept. 28th, ends March 22nd

The Bible Timeline study program takes you on a guided journey through salvation history. Presenter Jeff Cavins will show you how fourteen of the Bible’s narrative books tell the biblical story from beginning to end and will give you the keys to understanding the amazing story woven throughout Scripture. The Bible Timeline will teach you how to read and understand the entire Bible and introduce you to the wonderful narrative of Scripture in a way that will transform your life. Cost: $40

Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom: (20 weeks, continued into the Spring 2022 from Fall 2021)- Thursday nights at 6:30PM- 8:30PM virtually, starts on Sept. 23rd (Their first meeting will be in person in the Gathering Space on Sept. 23rd)

The book of Acts shows the work of Christ continuing beyond his resurrection as he empowers believers with the Holy Spirit to do his work.  It follows the journeys of the Apostles as they preach the Good News and expand the Kingdom of Heaven throughout the earth. Acts is the story of how a few Christians, empowered by the Holy Spirit, were chosen to bring Christ and the Good News to the ends of the earth. They faced secular forces, internal strife, and hostile crowds, and despite all of this, they brought the kingdom of God to a broken world and the love of God to the hearts of men. Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom traces how the gospel witness spread outward in waves from Jerusalem, and reveals how the seeds of Church structure and authority took root. 

This bible study will be meeting virtually, except for 4 sessions, when they may meet in person in the Gathering Space– Cost: $40

Blessed Advent and Merry Christmas!

Here we are again in this blessed season of Advent! I hope that this holiday season finds you all well. Our bible studies are wrapping up as well for this year, but we will start up again in January 2022. So keep an eye out on here, on our Facebook page and in the Church bulletin for information on the new bible studies that are going to be offered in the Winter/ Spring of 2022.

FORMED has many resources available to help us prepare our hearts this Advent : https://watch.formed.org/

Ascension Press also has some great videos for us each Sunday of Advent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8JAvuhtsBM&ab_channel=AscensionPresents

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ciLUH5SuGI&ab_channel=AscensionPresents

It’s time for Bible Studies!! (Updated!!)

We are all ready for Fall 2021 Bible Studies here at Christ the King. We have several bible studies, some in person, some virtual; so you will be able to choose based on what you are most comfortable with participating in.

We do thank you for all of your patience this past year and a half as we have all navigated through this pandemic to the best of our abilities. Please note that we will be following the current mask guidelines when we meet for our bible studies.

Please e-mail Meggin Sanner at ckadultre@gmail.com with your name, phone number and which bible study you wish to join. You can also call me at 541-571-8402. The first meeting will be to hand-out workbooks, meet our fellow participants and take care of any other business.


Here are the bible studies that are being offered this Fall

Jesus: The Way, the Truth and the Life: (10 weeks)- Tuesday mornings at 9AM- 11AM in the Gathering Space, starts on Sept. 21st
Jesus is more than a historical or theological figure. He is our Savior, our Redeemer, our Lord, and our God. While many of us already know a lot about him, how well can we say we really know him? Filmed on location in the Holy Land, Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life is a new and fresh look at Jesus—who he is, what he is really like, what he taught, and what he did for our salvation. Cost: $35

Psalms: The School of Prayer: (11 weeks)- Tuesday mornings at 9AM- 11AM in the Youth Center, Rm B, on Long Ave, starts on Sept. 21st
The Holy Spirit inspired them. Israel sang them. Christ himself prayed them, as did our Blessed Mother. At the heart of the Bible are the Psalms, prayers from God that help us to pray. In the Psalms: The School of Prayer, discover how these sacred hymns become our heartfelt response to God’s loving and wondrous deeds for us. Cost: $30

** (NEW)** The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation: (24 weeks)- Tuesday evenings at 6:30PM- 8:30PM in the Youth Center, Rm B, on Long Ave, starts on Sept. 28th. The Bible Timeline study program takes you on a guided journey through salvation history. Presenter Jeff Cavins will show you how fourteen of the Bible’s narrative books tell the biblical story from beginning to end and will give you the keys to understanding the amazing story woven throughout Scripture. The Bible Timeline will teach you how to read and understand the entire Bible and introduce you to the wonderful narrative of Scripture in a way that will transform your life. Cost: $40

Wisdom: God’s Vision for Life: (8 weeks)- Wednesday mornings at 9AM- 11AM in the Youth Center, Rm B, on Long Ave, starts on Sept. 22nd
Drawing on the wisdom literature of the Bible—Proverbs, Wisdom, Sirach, and Ecclesiastes—Wisdom: God’s Vision for Life will teach you how to actively seek sound guidance and increase your sense of peace in navigating life. In everything from friendships to finances, from making decisions to attaining peace of mind, Scripture offers a vision for happiness and well-being. With this program, you will learn how to gather, gain, and grow in wisdom, and you will experience the joy it brings to your life.
Cost: $30

Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom: (20 weeks, will continue into Spring 2022)- Thursday nights at 6:30PM- 8:30PM virtually, starts on Sept. 23rd (Their first meeting will be in person in the Gathering Space on Sept. 23rd)
The book of Acts shows the work of Christ continuing beyond his resurrection as he empowers believers with the Holy Spirit to do his work. It follows the journeys of the Apostles as they preach the Good News and expand the Kingdom of Heaven throughout the earth. Acts is the story of how a few Christians, empowered by the Holy Spirit, were chosen to bring Christ and the Good News to the ends of the earth. They faced secular forces, internal strife, and hostile crowds, and despite all of this, they brought the kingdom of God to a broken world and the love of God to the hearts of men. Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom traces how the gospel witness spread outward in waves from Jerusalem, and reveals how the seeds of Church structure and authority took root.
This bible study will be meeting virtually, except for 4 sessions, when they may meet in person in the Gathering Space– Cost: $40

Wild Goose- Metanoia: (10 weeks and then ongoing with different topics)This is a virtual bible study that meets on Monday nights at 7PM, starting on Sept. 20th.

METANOIA – and believe in the Gospel. In the Gospel of Mark, the first words of Jesus are an invitation to metanoia, to repent, to change, to be converted. The series is beautifully filmed on location in the Holy Land, highlighting sacred places such as the Sea of Galilee, the River Jordan, the desert of Temptations, and many of the holy sites in Jerusalem.This 10-part series featuring Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR, President of Franciscan University and founder of The Ministry of the Wild Goose, leads us on a journey with Christ into conversion. Each of the episodes explores areas of our life where conversion is so often necessary. Metanoia will examine topics such as who is Jesus, what must we do to inherit eternal life, and many other significant matters of faith. With preaching from Fr. Dave as well as personal testimonies from men and women, young and old, religious and lay, their stories will inspire you to seek to encounter Jesus and the new life he is constantly inviting us to.To join this bible study, please contact Cathy Exarhos at cathyex@gmail.com.

(Extra) Ordinary Time!!

I know, most people do not think about Ordinary Time has being very exciting, it seems more like we are just going back to the normal way of doing things, without all these extra holidays and feast days and special celebrations. Well….. Ordinary Time may actually not be that “ordinary” as we think of it. There are actually so many wonderful Feast Days and Solemnities that we get to celebrate during this time of green vestments! There are so many saints that we get to learn about and honor, there are so many Feast Days that belong to Our Lord and to Mary during this time as well. We just got done with the month of May, which is dedicated, of course to Mary and to all mothers. But now we are in June and this means a special dedication to the Sacred Heart of Jesus (and the Immaculate Heart of Mary)!! So strap yourselves in, because nothing is every just “ordinary” when it comes to the Catholic Church.

If you want to learn about a different saint every day, this website has been very helpful for me- https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-of-the-day

If you want to make the Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus or the Immaculate Heart of Mary this month, here is a website that will help walk you through it- https://www.praymorenovenas.com/novena-to-the-sacred-heart-of-jesus

https://www.praymorenovenas.com/novena-immaculate-heart-mary

If you are like me and life is really crazy busy, sometimes the only quiet time you may have is when you are driving around in the car. If so, then these podcast are an excellent way to get in some prayer and learning time while you are driving around, picking up kids, doing errands, etc.

The Way of the Fathers, I recommend this podcast if you are wanting to learn more about how our Catholic Faith developed during those first hundred years or so after Christ- https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93YXlvZnRoZWZhdGhlcnMubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwishIC5gYvxAhUXrZ4KHes1BSgQ9sEGegQIARAF

And of course, it is always a treat to listen to Dr. Scott Hahn. Here is his podcast, The Road to Emmaushttps://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9lbW1hdXNyb2FkLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz?sa=X&ved=0CAMQ4aUDahcKEwjA2IbCgovxAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQaQ

As some of you may know, I graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville, and I was thrilled to learn that they now have a podcast featuring the president of the university, Fr. Dave and one of its faculty, Bob Rice. It’s called They That Hope and I am always looking forward to their episodes which air every Wednesday (you can also watch the podcast on the Franciscan University website)- https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL3RoZXl0aGF0aG9wZS9mZWVkLnhtbA?sa=X&ved=0CAMQ4aUDahcKEwiY_P6qgovxAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQKA

For the ladies- single, married, w/ children, retired, have grandkids, all women- there are so many great resources out there for us as well. I really enjoy listening to Blessed is She– they are on YouTube and have a podcast as well: https://www.youtube.com/c/BlessedisShe/featured

https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zMDM4YzY4L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwishIC5gYvxAhUXrZ4KHes1BSgQ9sEGegQIARAq

Let Love and Abiding Together are two more great podcasts for us women as well- https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL3Npc3RlcnNvZmxpZmUvZmVlZC54bWw?sa=X&ved=0CAkQ9sEGahgKEwiotri5gYvxAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQ1wE

https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hYmlkaW5ndG9nZXRoZXIubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M?sa=X&ved=0CBIQ9sEGahgKEwiotri5gYvxAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQ1wE

Hope these are helpful for you. If you would like more suggestions or have any questions about anything, feel free to send me an e-mail- ckadultre@gmail.com.

It’s EASTER!!! He is RISEN! Alleluia!!

This month of May, Pope Francis has asked that everyone around the world join him in praying a daily rosary for an end to the Pandemic. For more information and to join in, please visit the USCCB website- https://www.nationalshrine.org/event/worldwide-rosary-to-pray-for-an-end-to-the-pandemic-2021/

This Easter Season and beyond, FORMED has daily reflections, shows and audiobooks to help us continue to celebrate, renew and continue to grow in our faith- https://watch.formed.org/easter

Here is Bishop Barron’s Easter Sunday Sermons- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU44CfXulNI&ab_channel=BishopRobertBarron

The St. Paul Center usually has reflections as well for the daily readings: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBr-aH7rulKvlRdSM2Zz_mQ

The Catholic Talk Show has two great shows on Easter-

Catholic origins of Easter traditions- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNirYbouyHQ&ab_channel=TheCatholicTalkShow

And What Did Jesus do for the 40 Days after Easter- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qhuxIZe_7s&ab_channel=TheCatholicTalkShow

If you are as busy as I am these days, but still want to grow and keep learning more about your faith, podcasts are a great way to still be able to get work done and listen and learn. You can find great Catholic podcast either through Google Podcasts or Apple Podcasts Apps- here are a few of my favorites: Road to Emmaus (Scott Hahn); All Things Catholic (Dr. Edward Sri); Catholic Answers and Catholic Answers Focus; They That Hope (Franciscan University); Pints with Aquinas (Matt Fradd) and the Thomistic Institute. (There are many more I can suggest to you if none of these peak your interest)

Keep an eye on our website and Facebook page as I will be updating this throughout the Easter season. You will also be able to find information on our bible studies and other activities or events that might be going on this Spring and Summer.

Lent 2021

We are half-way through Lent and I want to keep encouraging everyone to hang in there with your Lenten sacrifices and/or activities. Here are some links to help get us through the rest of this Lent- The Rosary w/ Bishop Barron, Stations of the Cross, Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons, Fr. Mark Toups’ reflections for this Lent, St. Joseph Novena, etc.


Stations of the Cross for Kids with Brother Francis:

https://watch.formed.org/lent/videos/brother-francis-the-stations-of-the-cross

https://watch.formed.org/formed-daily-reflections

Here is a list of some podcasts that I find helpful and informative:

Way of the Fathers
Bible in a year with Fr. Mike Schmitz
Poco a Poco Podcast with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
They That Hope-Franciscan University of Steubenville
All Things Catholic- Dr. Edward Sri
Pints with Aquinas- Matt Fradd
Road to Emmaus- Dr. Scott Hahn

Coming Home 2021

Christ the King Parish

Have you or someone you know been away from the Church? Are you feeling unsure and lost in today’s world? 

Have you been coming to Mass, but still don’t feel like you are “getting anything out of it”? Has attending Church simply become a habit, automatic…?

Then we have a program for you! Here you will find a kind, charitable, respectful environment to listen, learn and ask any questions that you might have. 

This year is going to be a little different due to COVID-19, but we do intend to still have our Coming Home program! We will meet virtually, through Zoom starting in January (details will follow depending on interest). 

If you are interested in Coming Home, you can get in touch with Meggin Sanner at 541-571-8402 or e-mail at ckadultre@gmail.com

Spring 2021 Bible Studies

Bible Studies – Valley of Peace

** Please Note** The Bible study on Hebrews will start on Tuesday, January 19th and the Bible Study on Priest, Prophet & King will start on Wednesday, January 20th** So if you are still wanting to join either of these bible studies (or both) there is still time to sign up! You can e-mail me at ckadultre@gmail.com or call me at 541-571-8402.

Here we are again! Starting up a new set of bible studies in the new year!

All of these bible studies will begin in January online via Zoom. We are looking forward to seeing all of you and studying more about our faith.

Hebrews– (8 Sessions)- Ascension Press– Presented by Andrew Swafford and Jeff Cavins, Hebrews: The New and Eternal Covenant draws out the riches of this sublime book in a way that makes them easier to understand. It draws connections between the Old and New Testaments, the Liturgy, the Eucharist, the priesthood, and so much more. Most importantly, Hebrews will help Catholics appreciate the astounding generosity of God as they see the wonders he has given us in the Church.  

Tuesday Mornings at 9:30AM on Zoom, led by Meggin Sanner—Starts on January 12, 2021; Ends on March 9th, 2021— Cost: $30

Priest, Prophet, & King– (7 sessions)- Word on Fire, Bishop Barron– Using biblical insights and engaging stories, Bishop Barron affirms that we see Jesus most clearly through the lens of the Old Testament.  Through this deeply biblical study, you will better understand Jesus, become more familiar with Scripture, and realize your own priestly, prophetic, and kingly mission, received when you are baptized “into Christ.” Please note, that for this particular study, they do not have online videos that you will be able to view on your own. You will be able to watch the videos only at the meetings when it is shared on screen after the discussions. 

Wednesday Evenings at 6:30PM on Zoom, led by Meggin Sanner— Starts on January 13th, 2021; Ends on Feb. 24th, 2021— Cost: $30

Matthew: The King & His Kingdom (Fall 2020- Spring 2021)- Ascension /Press- continued from Fall 2020— led by John Propson

This study shows how Jesus fulfills God’s promises to Israel and establishes his kingdom on earth.Through references to the Old Testament promises of God to his people and the messages God sent them through the prophets, this study program provides the key to understanding the rest of the New Testament and Christ as the fulfillment of God’s plan. 

The Wild Goose– Fr. Dave Pivonka- continued from Fall 2020- New Opportunity for prayer! Discovering a Deeper Relationship With the Holy Spirit- Join us for seven weeks of prayer, this is the second half of the Wild Goose videos, available on YouTube and FORMED. The videos, each about 25 minutes long, invite us to deepen our relationship with the Holy Spirit. Participants will watch the videos on their own, pray, and note the movement of the Spirit in their lives. We will meet once a week over Zoom at 7:00 PM, Mondays for about an hour to pray together, discuss the message of the videos, and share the graces God has granted us. There is no charge for this program and is led by Cathy Exarhos. Even if you had not participated in the first part of this series, please feel free to join in for the second half. You can easily watch the first set of videos in the series on your own for free and jump right in with this group. 

Monday Evenings at 7PM– led by Cathy Exarhos– Starts on January 11th, 2021; Ends on March 1st, 2021—- Cost: FREE

Further Resources for Fall Bible Studies

I thought I might put together some links, videos and resources for our bible studies that we are having to do online this Fall/ Winter. I hope that you will find these useful and give you some more insight and depth to the bible study that you are taking.

***For the Tuesday AM group that is studying “Follow Me“–

***For the Wednesday PM Bible Study on “Jesus: The Way, the Truth and the Life”

https://stpaulcenter.com/why-twelve-the-apostles-and-the-new-israel/

***For those of you taking our Thursday night Bible Study on the Gospel of Matthew

https://watch.formed.org/st-matthew-bible-study

https://watch.formed.org/proclaiming-the-kingdom-the-gospel-of-matthew

I will post more as I find them, so keep a look-out on here for new developments and additions