Today is the first day of the Good Book Club, where we are reading together the Gospel of John from the Feast of the Epiphany (today) and the day before Ash Wednesday (February 25th). You can read my Messenger article about this effort here.
You can participate reading it on your own, and you also can join a regular discussion group. The groups are listed below, and we have added some groups since the list was last published. You can join a group at any time, and it is ok if you need to miss a session or two. The reading schedule can be found here.
A book I highly recommend to guide you through this is A Journey with John The 50 Day Bible Challenge by Marek P. Zabriskie published by Forward Movement. It has the reading for each day, along with a short reflection. It can ordered here.
I am excited that there is such interest us reading this gospel together. Please let me know how the experience is going for you, and if you have any questions.
The Reverend Noah H. Evans, Rector
Reflect on reading the Gospel of John with the Good Book Club
During the Epiphany season, St. Paul's is participating in the Good Book Club (www.goodbookclub.org) reading of the Gospel of John. Join one of the following groups to discuss the readings and how they connect with our lives:
• Tuesdays 7:00am-8:00am - Panera at Mt Lebanon Galleria led by Noah Evans
• Wednesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm - St. Paul's Library led by Eileen Sharbaugh
• Wednesdays 7:00pm - Sr. EYC Study Break in Youth Room led by Luke Zerra
• Thursday 11:30am-12:30pm – Laura Di Panfilo and Andrea Kamouyerou in the Library
• Sundays 7:45AM – Men’s Group in Lounge
• Sundays 9:45AM – in the Chapel led by Alexis Sheehan
• Sundays 6:00pm-7:00pm - St. Paul's Lounge led by Kristen Morgan
• Sundays 6:00pm - Youth Program in Undercroft led by Luke Zerra
• Sundays 6:30pm-7:30pm - Young Adults in Noah's office led by Laura Di Panfilo
Resources! Grab a copy of these on the Good Book Club table in the Undercroft, or help yourself to a digital copy at the following links:
John 101: A two-page introduction developed by Forward Movement to the Gospel of John, exploring authorship and major theme: https://www.goodbookclub.org/wp-content/uploads/20...