And They Say Catholics Don’t Read the Bible!
Shatter the stereotype! We are excited to continue offering a slightly different approach to Scripture Study…think book club!
Participants are asked to pre-read the selection for each session (none are longer than just several chapters and we’ll remind you by email what to read before each session.) Then be ready to engage in lively discussion around some of the most familiar, and perhaps not so familiar, stories from the Old Testament.
Wednesday, October 17
From Betrayal to Forgiveness: Joseph and His Brothers (Genesis 37 – 50)
You are welcome to join us for all or any of our discussions!
We ask that you please bring a Bible. The New American Bible, Revised Edition is recommended, but other translations are fine.
It will also help us provide our best hospitality and to prepare the correct number of materials if you can let us know which sessions you plan to attend by contacting Bob Kolatorowicz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-831-9379 no later than noon on the day before the session you plan to attend. Thanks!
6:45 p.m. Gathering and Refreshments
7:00 p.m. Session begins
8:15 p.m. Session ends
With our Jewish sisters and brothers, we Christians find ourselves participating in a similar old and odd book club. Come join us and be “overwhelmed by the Bible!”