Bible Study

Saint Jude's Bible Studies promote an appreciation of reading the Bible and understanding how Bible readings can be applied to our daily life. Everyone is welcome, wherever you are on your spiritual journey.  Bible Study classes have no prerequisites. The Bible has been a powerful influence in the lives of countless people. Every Bible Story is a metaphor for the experiences of God we have all had and will have in our lives. St Jude’s offers four adult Bible Study classes. Details of our Bible Study classes are presented in the church bulletin.  A short description of each class presented below:

Thursday Morning Bible Study: Thursday Morning Bible Study has completed its spring study and will take a summer vacation. Thursdays at 9:30am in the hall. Come and enjoy the fellowship of wonderful men and women of your parish!!  Questions, call Judy 805-495-1623 or email jasismimi@gmail.com

Thursday Evening Bible Study: Thursday Evenings at 7pm in the hall in room 5. Thursday Evening Bible Study has completed its spring study and will take a summer vacation. We will resume in the fall. For more information call Tim or Mariann Harmon, 805-495-1732.

Sunday to Sunday Mornings: Weekly discussion on upcoming Sunday readings. Tuesday 9:15am-10:30am in the parish library. Video and discussion led by Julie Feely

Sunday to Sunday Evenings: Wednesday 6:30pm-7:30pm in the Faith Formation Office. Weekly discussion on upcoming Sunday Readings. Charlie and Kay North, along with Deacon Jerome, lead the discussion.Email Kay and Charley North 


Can’t make it to either Scripture study to prepare for Sunday?  Prepare from home online:

Videos

Lectio Divina – Praying with Scriptures

Websites with daily and Sunday readings

www.liturgy.slu.edu  Sunday readings with articles and reflections to explore from St. Louis University

www.wordonfire.org  Fr. Robert Barron shares a reflection on the upcoming Sunday readings.  Usually posted on Wednesday afternoon.

http://onlineministries.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/daily.html Creighton University online daily reflections