St. Paul, the apostle, authored 13 letters, or epistles. These consists of 13 new testament books: Romans, 1st and 2nd Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, Hebrews, 1st & 2nd Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.There are those who say that the letters to the Hebrews was written by St. Paul though his authorship is not clearly stated.

St. Paul was very actively preaching the word of the Lord throughout the Roman world. He followed up with letters of encouragement, instruction and enlightenment. His letters provide us with insights into the different christian communities in the first century. Written for various reasons, Paul’s letters cover a great number of subject matters including divorce and marriage, christian conscience, spiritual gifts, resurrection and others.

How do we apply these messages in our daily lives?
Gain fresh insights into your own personal growth potential through the Scripture …

1st &2nd letter of of paul to thesalonians

The group will focus on the Letter of Paul to the Galatians and the two Letters of Paul to the Thessalonians. 
A variation of the Lectio Divina practice will be used. This is not a Bible Study.

Every Saturday from Sep 17 to Oct 15, 2016:
17 Sep, 24 Sep, 01 Oct, 08 Oct, and 15 Oct


10:30am to12:30pm
in the Choir Room.


Registration is required. Space is limited to 11. Registration fee is $20.00.

This study series is currently in progress. Online registration is closed. Late registration may be made by contacting the church office at 604.685.6832 ext 10  or by email.