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“Live and die with Him, this is the glorious work of a Christian; in a word, this is our profession. If we do not know it, we must learn it.”

Brother Lawerence


You Are Witnesses

The word “witness” has two meanings: to see something happen, and to talk about it. To see and to say. The book of Acts is the story of the first witnesses of the risen Jesus – those who saw Jesus (and kept seeing him) and told the world what they saw.

In this small group, we will study the book of Acts, learn to see God still at work in our world, and explore what speaking of God might look like in the 21st century.


Liturgy of the Mass

Each week we participate in a complex dance called the Liturgy of the Holy Mass. Kneel, touch your lips, beat your chest, walk forward and bow, sing – no where else in life do we do these things. Where did the Mass come from? Why do we do what we do? Why does the priest do what he does?

Find answers to these questions and have a chance to ask your own in this study of the ever ancient, ever new rhythm of worship.

  • Mondays @ 1:00pm (after Mass) in Hobert Hall
  • Beginning mid-October
  • Leader: Chet Lewandoski

Join us as we explore the core questions that we need to wrestle with if we want to experience all that God has for us. How can I conquer my fears? What is the role of the Holy Spirit in my life? What does the Eucharist have to do with my friendship with Christ? What are the limits of Christ’s forgiveness? Why and how should I pray? What is the role of suffering in my life? What challenges will I face in my efforts to follow Jesus more closely?

  • Thursdays 7-8:30pm in Hobert Hall
  • All women are welcome to join this Bible Study in January 2023 or after.  You will have no trouble joining us in the middle of the study.
  • Leaders: Marcia Cochran – (Cochran.marcia@gmail.com) or Sarah Jawaid (sparnapy@hotmail.com)


Book Studies

We have a mix of newly forming and ongoing midday book study groups. These groups read a mix of classic and contemporary authors, leading to good discussion and new friendships. If you are interested in joining a book study, contact Calvin Smith for current offerings.

Contact: Calvin Smith – dre@stbridgetberryville.org