Make a spiritual New Year's resolution this year to read a portion of the Bible each day.
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.

Terry Elsberry’s Bible Study

Wednesdays, 10:00 – 11:00am | In-person Chapel & ZOOM LINK HERE>

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!

Wandering, and Waiting in the Wilderness: Lessons from the Jewish Exodus and Jesus’ Temptations. 
Daytime Version: 12 noon – 1:30 pm
Tomes Higgins, In-person only
March 7, 14, 21, 28 and April 4
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Evening Version: 7- 8:30PM
March 7, 14, 21, 28 and April 4
The Rectory, In-person only
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Co-led Rev. Marek Zabriskie and Debbie Reynolds

We’ve all had moments of trial and tribulation when we wonder where God was in our lives. This five-week Bible study will help us learn how we can find God during our most challenging moments. We will examine the Jews 40 year Exodus that led them from slavery in Egypt to the Promise Land and the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness fasting, praying and facing temptations by the devil. The latter is the basis for the Lenten season that we are observing. This critical episode in Jesus’ life preceded all of his ministry and shaped him for serving God. Our time together will help us explore suffering and hope, isolation and community, oppression versus faithful leadership, the presence and absence of God and give us encouragement that the best is yet to be.

Lunch will be provided with a suggested donation of $20 per person. Class limit 18 (to participate, you must be able to attend three of the five sessions)