Bible Study Groups
Wednesday Evening Bible Study
We will be starting a new study based on a FOCUS Exploration series. It is a 6-week program called “Crux.” It is designed for Catholics who “know a bit about Christianity and have practiced it a little, but have never been shown what it means to make Jesus the center of their lives.” It is also for those who “may have been living out their Christian faith their whole lives; to rediscover the reasons behind all the actions and habits already established.” All are welcome to join the Wednesday Night Bible Study at 7:00pm. We meet in the Conference Room located inside the Gymnasium. For more information, please contact Dan VanBuskirk at 913.980.4513.
Thursday Evening Discipleship Group
“I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me” - Galatians 2:20
Too often we try to live a faith we don’t understand. Some of us stumble along going through the motions. Others choose to ignore it and walk away. Our mission is to explore the beauty of the Catholic faith and discern God’s call in our lives. Through studying the mystery and riches of our faith we cultivate our personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Simply put, we meet every Thursday night in order to start living the life of heaven now, not just to get to heaven. Our group follows programs and writings put forth from individuals such as Pope Francis, Fr. Michael Gaitley, Bishop Robert Barron, and institutions such as Lighthouse Catholic Media, the Augustine Institute, and Formed.org. Additionally, we perform Bible studies diving into the transformative power of the Scriptures. We meet in the parish office every Thursday night at 7 p.m. If you are interested, please contact Joshua and Abigail Maher at 515.201.1488 or (preferably) by email at email@example.com. We would love to have you!
Saturday Men's Morning Bible Study
The Saturday Men's Bible study meets at 8:30 a.m. in the Great Room next to the parish office. The study reflects on the Scriptures for the week in preparation for Mass. All are welcome to attend.