Want to learn more about what the bible teaches and what it means to us today?  Our regular and special sessions are a wonderful way to make friends while growing in knowledge as we learn how Sacred Scripture helps each of us with the joys, struggles, and questions of everyday life.

We offer several short term (3-6 weeks) thematic and/or seasonal studies each year, especially during Advent and Lent.

We also offer an in-depth study which runs from September to May.  Though the length of time may be daunting, many participants will come as their schedule allow so the "time commitment" should not be a deterrent to enjoying and participating in these longer studies.  There are two course offerings - a daytime session which meets Tuesdays from 1-2:30 PM and a nighttime session which meets Wednesdays from 7-8:30 PM.  Topics are selected in mid-August and will be advertised in the bulletin and on this page.

Each session includes group prayer, open and lively discussions, and a short video segment.  Register by emailing your name, contact info, and in which study you will be participating to Danette Morris dmorris@staugustineparish.org. Fees to cover materials vary and will be noted here as well.  Scholarships are always available.

Coming Fall 2018 - Two In-depth Studies

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Jesus Revealed: Encountering Christ in His Biblical Names

Join us this Fall for an exciting new Bible Study - Jesus Revealed: Encountering Christ in His Biblical Names. Discover the meaning of the titles and images through which Jesus reveals Himself to us from Genesis to Revelation.  This 18-part study will take us on a whirlwind tour of both the Old and New Testaments, using engaging video lessons and beautiful printed materials which will bring you to a deeper knowledge of Christ and a fuller understanding that all of Scripture points to our Lord. We invite you to join us even if you’ve never participated before. You’ll be glad you did! Even if you can’t attend the sessions, you can join us remotely via streaming video.

Questions?? email Danette Morris

The Gospel According to John

John is known as both the Beloved Disciple and the apostle who was closest to Jesus. Through the study of his gospel account, we learn by example how to draw closer to Christ. To guide you through the intricate signs and symbols within the text, Fr. Patrick Winslow carefully explains why this is one of the most beautiful and spiritually powerful books in the whole canon of Scripture. In 28 revealing sessions, written by Scott Hahn and Mark Shea, you will learn:
-Why John’s Gospel has the most profound theology of the four Gospels
-Its unique focus on a Christian understanding of the Family
-Why love constitutes the New Law for John and for all of us

Questions?? email Danette Morris