Bible Studies

Terry’s Bible Study

Wednesdays, Dec 1, 8, 15 (resuming on Jan 6)
10:00 – 11:00 am | In-person (Chapel) & Zoom

Terry continues his Bible Study on the most compelling characters of the Old Testament. Solomon, the Wisest Man Who Ever Lived – Or Was He? To be followed by Ruth – The Power of Love Then Moses – The Man Behind the Myth. No need to have participated in previous Bible studies to participate. All levels welcome! Come when you can, how you can as often as you can!
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For more information, contact The Rev’d Terry Elsberry.

THE REVEREND MAREK ZABRISKIE’S BIBLE STUDY

WHY BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE: A STUDY OF THE BOOK OF JOB

TUESDAYS FEB 1, 8, 15, 22, 7:30-9 P.M IN THE RECTORY

This Bible study is open to men and women in our parish and will meet at the Rectory located at 10 Park Place across from the church on Tuesday evenings. We will explore issues of suffering, theodicy (why does God permit evil to occur?), resiliency, supporting those we know who have been touched by grief and acquainted with sorrow, receiving care from friends and family, rebuilding our lives, our hope and our trust in God. Suffering and loss are the number one reason people leave church and give up on God. Job is one of the most important pieces of world literature and a masterpiece from the Hebrew Scriptures.

This class will be co-led by the Rev. Marek Zabriskie and Parishioner Nelson Fitts. Class limit 18.

Sunday Morning Advent Study Light, Language, and Laughter: A Four Week Series Exploring the Real Meaning of Advent.

Nov 28, Dec 5th, Dec 12, Dec 19th at 11:15 am in the Family Room

Parishioners are invited to explore the biblical texts surrounding the birth of Jesus with Amy-Jill Levine’s book, Light of the World. The book may be purchased at Dogwood Books and Gifts. Contacts: Marcia Josephson and Cheryl McFadden cmcfadden@christchurchgreenwich.org

Sunday Evening Bible Study

6:30 pm | Tomes-Higgins House

Jan 23, 30, Feb 6, 13, 20, 27

An in-depth and often freewheeling discussion of Scripture with a friendly and welcoming group. Moderated by clergy but driven by participants. We have no agenda, no dogma, but share an earnest desire to dive into scripture. Beginners, advanced and anyone in between.

ZOOM LINK HERE>

Contact: Rev. Shancia Jarrett sjarrett@christchurchgreenwiich.org

The Bible Challenge Studies

The Bible Challenge Studies show that the number one way to grow spiritually is to read a portion of the Bible in a prayerful manner each day. This spiritual discipline is unbeatable. Our Rector created a Bible reading plan in 2011 to help Episcopalians read through either the entire Bible or the New Testament, Proverbs and Psalms in a year. Since then, over one million Episcopalians and Anglicans around the world have participated. If you are interested in reading a portion of the Bible each day, visit www.thecenterforblicalstudies.org to find the reading plans and tips on how to participate as an individual. Contact Marek at mzabriskie@christchurchgreenwich.org to let him know that you are participating. You can start on any day of the year and invite family and friends to join you.