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Study Group - Our normal meeting time is Wednesdays following the 6PM Vespers.  Classes will resume Wednesday, June 11th after Vespers. This Study Group will be a survey of the entire Bible, with an emphasis on the Old Testament.  The purpose is to understand the Old Testament as the Scriptures of the Orthodox Church and as the necessary context for the understanding of the New Testament. We will use two texts:

Lawrence R. Farley. The Christian Old Testament: Looking at the Hebrew Scriptures through Christian Eyes. Chesterton, IN: Conciliar Press, 2012.
The Story: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People. Grand Rapids:
Zondervan, 2011.

See course outline here

Thought of the Day
"Be fearful that you do not become famous because of some work that you do. If they begin to praise you because of your work, do not rejoice or take delight in it, but keep your works secret as much as you can, and do not allow anyone to speak about them." -- St. Anthony

Saint of the Day
Martyrs Marcian and Martyrios the notaries; Martyrs Chrisaphos and Chrisanthe; Tabitha the merciful, raised from the dead by the apostle Peter; translation of the relics of Venerable Sabbas the Sanctified; translation of the relics of Venerable John of Beverly

Week of October 26th, at St. John -

Great-Martyr Demetrios the Myrrh-Streaming & Sixth Sunday of Luke

Commemoration of the Great Earthquake in Constantinople in 740;

Venerable-martyr Joasaph of Dionysiou monastery on Athos



Saturday, October 25th
6:00 Great Vespers
Sunday, October 26th
9:00 Orthros
10:00 Divine Liturgy
Tuesday, October 28th
7PM - Youth Swing Dancing (hall)
Wednesday, October 29th
6:00 Daily Vespers
(Printing Instructions)

James the Brother of the Lord (October 23)
James the Brother of the Lord (October 23)
James the Brother of the Lord (October 23)
Since thou art a Disciple of the Lord, thou didst receive the Gospel, O righteous one, and since thou art a Martyr thou art never rejected, and since thou art a brother of God, thou art privileged, and since thou art a High Priest, it is thine to intercede. Wherefore, beseech thou Christ God to save our souls. (Apolytikion in Tone 4)


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