How you approach the Bible makes all the difference. See what makes our approach work.
People often come to the text of the Bible hoping to extract a few useful tips on how to live the good life. We want the gift of patience, a way to handle despair, or advice on choosing good friends. We want a better life. Approach the Bible that way you’ll be reading in the dark.
The truth is that the Bible is a historical drama unfolding from first to last with Jesus Christ as the central character. Who Jesus is and what he did in history makes all the difference. Jesus made a bold claim. He said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” We embrace the claim of Jesus that “these are the very Scriptures that testify about me.” The Bible is the account of the only true Light of the world. Approach the Bible that way and you’ll be reading with the lights on.
Join us after worship for classes led by our pastors. Usually these classes last until 11 am.
For those who can't make Sunday morning worship or Bible study, Wednesday mornings at 10 am is a perfect opportunity to dig into God's word and talk about the Scriptures with others. Classes meet every Wednesday at St. Paul's school library.
St. Paul's is committed to families growing stronger in their faith together. That is why we gather on Wednesday evenings for our Family Bible Night. We offer classes for every age group: infant/toddler, Kindergarten through 8th grade, teens and adults. Join us at 6:30pm on Wednesday evenings at St. Paul's school.