Sunday morning discussion group for Adults
On Sunday mornings, in the Friendship Room, join us for our adult Sunday Discussion on current controversial topics. The discussion is from 9am to 10am, but people are welcome to come join and depart at their convenience. Some of the subjects we have discussed are on multiculturalism, why our adult children are not attending church, the culture of today and how we can meet people's needs, etc.
This is an intergenerational group ranging in age from teens to 80 year-olds. Most of the members stay for church afterwards, but sometimes people have other commitments and only come to this group. All are welcome. We are open to everyone's views. You do not have to be a member of St. Paul’s to join us and you may have an idea you would like discussed.
Reading the Bible in a Year
2019-2020 Challenge - Deborah is challenging everyone to join her as she reads the bible in a year. Discover passages you have never heard, be inspired and challenged by the variety of stories, let the Spirit guide you as you journey with a people and their god. Follow this schedule.
Wednesday Morning Book Study
On Wednesday mornings, join Deborah for a weekly book study, from 10-11:30am. Starting on September 25th and through to October 30th, we will look at Rob Bell’s book, “What is the Bible: How an Ancient Library of Poems, Letters, and Stories Can Transform the Way You Think and Feel About Everything.”
Throughout the year, we will be exploring books that talk about the bible, books like Rob Bell’s ““What is the Bible,” Peter Enns’ “How the Bible Actually Works, “ and Rachel Held Evans’ book, “A Year of Biblical Womanhood.” There may also be a Bible 101 course if enough are interested.
See Deborah for more information. All are welcome.