Thursday Evening Bible Study (Lent 2019)
"The Turning Point" from author Dr. Allen Hunt is a unique nine-session Bible study experience that’s perfect for (1) people who want to get to know Jesus in the Scriptures but don’t know where to start, and (2) for those already adept at Scripture-breaking.

This study will introduce (or reintroduce) you to people and stories in the Gospel of John that you won’t find anywhere else in the Bible: the woman at the well; a man named Nicodemus; the woman caught in adultery; and Lazarus, the friend Jesus raised from the dead. You’ll read stories about Jesus turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana, Jesus washing the feet of his disciples, and Peter’s marvelous redemption after he denies Jesus three times.

The people in these stories were transformed by their encounters with Jesus. By entering into their miraculous stories, you will encounter Jesus in a personal way and develop a deeper relationship with him that will transform your everyday life.

Tentative Schedule (all Thursdays from 7:00-8:30pm):

(Feb 07) Session One......Study Overview
(Feb 14) Session Two.....The World Encounters Jesus
(Feb 21) Session Three...The Wedding Party Encounters Jesus
(Feb 28) <parish Lenten speaker event>
(Mar 07) Session Four......Nicodemus Encounters Jesus
(Mar 14) Session Five......Two Wayward Women Encounter Jesus
(Mar 21) Session Six........Hungry Crowds Encounter Jesus
(Mar 28) Session Seven...Lazarus, Martha and Mary Encounter Jesus
(Apr 04) Session Eight....Peter Encounters Jesus
(Apr 11) Session Nine.....Mary Encounters Jesus

To register, please complete one form for each person attending.

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The participant workbook for this Bible study is required (one per individual) and may be purchased through St. Mary at a cost of $15. Books will be available from Session One onward and payment may be made at time of pick-up.
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