Thursday Evening Women’s Bible Study: Walking With Purpose
Do you crave meaningful connection with other women at St. Mary's? Would you like to know more about how Scripture relates to your everyday life? If so, we invite you to consider joining Walking with Purpose at St. Mary's Parish. Walking with Purpose (WWP) is a weekly women's bible study that through personal study and small group discussions helps to link our everyday challenges and struggles to the solutions given to us through the Scriptures and the Church.
Join us Thursday evenings. To register please click the Walking with Purpose button on this page.
WWP Live is coming to Annapolis on April 7th, at 7:00 p.m., at St. John Neumann Church! Registration is now open! For more information, please view the flyer.
Our founder Lisa Brenninkmeyer will touch your heart with her talk: Hallelujah Anyway, Discovering Good Despite Anxiety
Monday Morning Bible Studies Group
The mission of this group is to study the different books of the Bible in their historical context and to see how they apply to us today. We follow the Little Rock Bible series commentaries and questions which include both the objective facts and the subjective way it affects us. In addition, the leaders give information from independent sources that adds to the discussion. Our biggest concern is discovering how the situations and ideas apply today in our own lives, and so discussion is greatly encouraged. It's by sharing our own joys and sorrows that we're best able to encourage each other to follow God's will more closely.
We meet Monday mornings from 8:45 am to 10 am in Seelos Hall of St. John Neumann Mission Church, September through May.
Monday Evening Bible Study Group
Meetings take place in Seelos Hall (or the Sacristy when the hall is unavailable) at St. John Neumann Mission Church beginning at 7 PM and ending at 8pm (with a period afterwards open for additional questions and discussion). The group’s goals are to create a more personal relationship with God through a deeper understanding of the Bible by exploring the history and context of biblical texts, with particular focus on: when, where, and why the texts were written, who the author(s) were, what history might be reconstructed from the text, to whom the author(s) were speaking, and the development of the texts over time. We also seek to develop a deeper relationship with the Old Testament, and experience the books of the Bible as parts of a rich oral tradition. We study an Old Testament book in the fall, and a New Testament book in the spring. Our reflection is facilitated by an experienced catechist for adults, Ms. Tricia Crumley.