Starting on Monday, October 16th, St. David the King parish (1 New Village Road, West Windsor, NJ), will have a six-week Bible study for young adults (in their 20s and 30s).
We will meet Monday evenings in the Spiritual Reading Room (SRR) from 7:30 PM until 9:00 PM. As the year progresses, we may have additional social events scheduled.
This is our third study series. The first was “Making Sense of Sunday”, which looked at the coming Sunday’s First Reading (from the Old Testament) and Gospel. The second was the “Catholicism” series by Fr. (now Bishop) Robert Barron. Our third series will be reading the first twelve chapters of the Acts of the Apostles.
We’ll be using an approach that looks at Scripture’s four senses: the literal, the allegorical, the moral, and the anagogical. We’ll also connect these four senses to the four ways that the greatest commandment tells us to love God: with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind.
Guests are always welcome, but we also encourage you to contact us. You can reach me, Jeffrey Pinyan, the facilitator of this Bible study, by commenting below or by email (japhy.734 at gmail.com); you can also reach Dorothy Soi, the coordinator of all the Bible studies at St. David the King, by phone (609-439-7477) or by email (dtkbiblestudies at aol.com).
(all sessions are Monday night @ 7:30 PM)
- October 16 – Acts 1-2
- October 23 – Acts 3-4
- October 30 – Acts 5-6
- November 6 – Acts 7-8
- November 13 – Acts 9-10
- November 20 – Acts 11-12