Bible Study Club reflects on Gospel of John
On Tuesday, October 2, the Bible Study Club had a meeting focusing on the Gospel of John! This Club was established just a few years ago and it has been a success ever since. Bible Study Club was established to help the students at St. Patrick Catholic High School grow more deeply in their faith. It is also a way for the students to relax and set aside all troubles while they bond with their peers.
The meeting started in prayer and reflection with the Gospel of John. Dylan Middleton, who was leading the study, read and explained the Gospel of John. The students meditated and reflected on various verses of the Gospel of John.
SPCHS Senior Jordan Pete explains, “I love going to Bible Study because it is a time set aside for the very purpose of talking about my faith. The people who go there aren’t doing it for a grade so we aren’t under any pressure and can just talk about anything we want that has to do with God and Christianity. It’s interesting to hear about others’ ideas and ask questions about what part of scripture we are focusing on. When I go, I feel like I’m living out my faith with my friends who also go.”
There will be a Bible Study gathering every other Tuesday at 7:45 a.m. Bible Study Club does not take roll at its meetings, so feel free to stop by any meeting. This means that you are welcome to any gatherings that you can attend. It is led by Senior Dylan Middleton and Guidance Counselor Mrs. Wilkinson. The meetings will take place in room 112. Please join us at our next gathering on October 16 to grow in and share your faith with fellow peers!
Photos from the meeting can be viewed here.
Story by Teal Salloum