The Bible is endlessly fascinating, beautiful, dramatic and confounding. In our Congregationalist tradition, it has served as the central authority of our life for over 400 hundred years. So we invite you to join us on Wednesday mornings this fall to read and engage in this ‘library of revelation,’ as we consider the various ways in which God continues to speak to us through this holy scripture.
Each week we will read two passages, typically one from the Old Testament and one from the Gospels. The readings are taken from the Revised Common Lectionary, the three-year cycle of scripture readings that determine the scriptures read on Sunday mornings. For more information on the Lectionary, we invite you visit the website, www.commontexts.org.
Additionally, you can find a reflection on the each week’s lectionary at the UCC website: www.ucc.org/worship/samuel/.
No experience with the Bible is necessary to join us and all questions, comments and thoughts are more than welcome. Everyone is welcome to join us as often as you wish or as your schedule allows, knowing that your presence will enrich our time together. We meet every Wednesday morning from 1000am to 1100am, in the Pool Room, downstairs in the Church House. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Reverend Vetter at firstname.lastname@example.org