Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study on Thursdays at 11 am through May 25 will include reflection on women in scripture, those we know very well, and those we might not know.

Check the calendar for the next scheduled Bible Study here

An organizational change theorist, Peter Senge, advocates for learning communities because “deep down, we are all learners….Not only is it in our nature to learn but we love to learn. Most of us at one time or another have been part of a a great ‘team,’ a group of people who functioned together in an extraordinary way—who trusted one another, who complemented each other’s strengths and compensated for each others’ limitations, who had common goals, and who produced extraordinary results….Many say that they have spent much of their life looking for that experience again. What they experienced was a learning organization.”

Not everyone has had a positive experience of a learning community, some people even give up on learning, especially religious learning, because it has become too painful. We started at the beginning, the Book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible through this year. Now we will explore the Gospel of Luke this summer. No previous knowledge of the Bible is required, curiosity is strongly encouraged!

This Bible Study will be a time to ask questions, where new patterns of thinking are nurtured, where we learn again how to learn together.