Adult Bible Study
Bill Polizos, Adult Bible Study Leader
Greg McKinney and Bill Porter
Mission Statement: The mission of the Adult Bible Study is to enrich the understanding and faith of each participant through an exploration of biblical texts and deepen our spiritual outlooks.
Who We Are and What We Believe:
A Journey Through and Examination of the Orthodox Faith Guided by the Words of the Bible, Nicene Creed, and Tradition of the Orthodox Church
What does it mean to be an Orthodox Christian? What do we believe? What are we really expressing when we recite the Creed each Sunday? How are our beliefs different than those of the Protestant and Roman Catholic faiths and other world religions?
The Catechetical School of St. Katherine is pleased to offer an Adult Bible Study Group each Sunday from 9:30AM to 10:30AM between liturgies. The group’s goal is to enrich the understanding and faith of each participant through an exploration of the biblical texts and to deepen our spiritual outlooks. The class takes into consideration the historical context for the Bible, its characters and events, and then draws out various Orthodox interpretations with the goal of delving into the deeper theological meanings, especially as they relate to Orthodox Tradition. We will explore how to live our faith as individuals and as “one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church.”
Classes are a mix of presentation and discussion and participants are encouraged to make comments and ask questions. All are welcome to attend and participate or to just listen in.
Classes are held every Sunday at 9:30 AM (except during summer) and are in the lower level of the education hall.
Additional sessions are also offered at specified times throughout the year on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Announcements for these sessions will be posted on-line, in the Doxa newsletter and in Church bulletins as they occur.
For questions please contact Bill Polizos at 571-434 7790 or firstname.lastname@example.org