Open up the book of faith
Whether your Bible is worn with daily use or lies dusty on a shelf – or seems like a strange, confusing book — everyday people find ways to feel at home in the scriptures at St. Paul. The Word of God is central to our St. Paul life. We know that the Bible is more than a collection of words; it’s a resource for transforming lives. In conversations and studies, the rich stories of God’s grace become our own stories.
Heart. Soul. Mind.
On Thursdays, September through May, 9:30-10:30 a.m., in Fellowship Hall, this much-loved weekly Bible study takes a close look at the Bible, with deep discussion and togetherness. It is led by Ryan Bailey, St. Paul’s director of faith formation.
Men’s Bible study
On the first third Wednesdays of the month, 6:15-7:15 p.m., men gather together for a time of fellowship and study. Meet in the 129 House on the St. Paul campus, corner of Lombard and Main Streets.
Contact: Jeff Keller
Sunday Bible Study
Each Sunday morning, 10:45-11:30 a.m., September-May, you’ll find a Bible study among the adult learning options. Our pastors and other leaders bring their own perspectives to God’s good news for us.
Bible studies: Ryan Bailey