As we return for the year on September 15, we will continue our study of the 7 Catholic (Universal) Epistles, picking up with 2 Peter. We will be meeting at the Parish in the “Art” Room in the School. Our first class will celebrate our return with a welcome back party – bring a dessert or cut-up fruit to share.
No qualifications required. Just let Deacon Kelly know if you want to join us. We would love to have you be part of our group, as we consider how the Bible affects our lives today.
When: Thursdays | 7:30 – 8:55 pm
Where: Art Room of Nativity School
Contact: [email protected]
The Nativity Catholic Women’s Bible Study is where many of us have learned more about scripture, deepened our relationship with God and learned how to share our Catholic faith with others. Sharing the study of the Bible with others is a deep experience of our faith, not unlike the experience of the apostles.
We welcome you to join this unique group of ladies! Registration is now open for our new study in September: “Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible.”
Sessions: September 9–November 11 | “Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible”
When: Fridays | 9:30
Where: Fr. Ready Room (Zoom option available for most meetings)
Cost: $15 (no cost if you have previously done this study and will reuse the book)
Contact: Camille Pryor at [email protected]
We have compiled a list of resources to help you on your faith journey!Register Now!
Our Young Adult Ministry is offering new small group Bible studies. Over 6 weeks, we’ll be opening up the Bible to continue discovering who God is and how we can be in a relationship with Him. You can register to do this either over Zoom or at a local coffee shop or restaurant.
Where: Zoom or at a local coffee shop or restaurant
Once we receive the registrations, we’ll choose the date and time to meet each week that works best for the group.Register
This program consists of personal study, group discussion, taped lectures, and prayer. The goal is to lead members to a greater understanding of the Bible, an awareness of God’s living presence in scripture, and an appreciation of how the Bible can be applied to daily life. This year we are looking at the Gospel and readings for Sundays, seeking to find within something that touches our lives and/or the world around us.