Bible Study

Education in the faith is a life long journey that ebbs and flows. Opportunities for community fellowship, small groups and individual self-reflection are offered throughout the year. We offer several Bible Study groups, a Book Club, severak intergenreatinal groups and numerous resources.

This fall we will offer two different bible studies to choose from.

  FirstRevelationsThe Kingdom Yet to Come. by Ascension Press. This is an intriguing 11-session study program that shows how the kingdom established by Christ in his Church is intimately connected with the kingdom of heaven. It will be offered on Monday evenings in the Parish Center at 7:00p.m. and on Wednesday mornings at 9:45 a.m. in the Convent building. 

Our second offering is Unlocking the Mysteries of the Bible and is also by Ascension Press.  This is a great study for anyone new to Bible Studies or those who want to learn more about the Bible. Many people want to read the Bible because they know it is God’s Word but give up because it is so complicated. This 8 week study program helps you to get the “big picture” of the Bible by showing how fourteen narrative books of the Bible tell the complete story from Adam and Eve to Christ and the Church.  This session is offered on Tuesday’s at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Center.


For more information, contact:

Jodie Clark
Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation
253-564-5185 ext. 3036



Catholic Book Club

This book club meets the last Wednesday of every other month from 5:30–6:30 p.m. in the Parish Office. Every other month a new book is selected and discussed. New members are always welcome to join our no-host discussion. Recommendations for books are always welcome. Light refreshments are provided at times by participants.

Copies of each month's book are available in the Parish Office. A suggested contribution of $10-$15 is requested to help offset book costs. Occasionally books may also be available for loan from the Parish Library.

 "What Would Pope Francis Do" by Sean Selai, S.J.

Some of the books that have been read include:

  • "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" by Paul Elie
  • "Saint Peter" by Stephen Binz
  • "Seven Story Mountain" by Thomas Merton
  • "The Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell" by Regis Martin
  • "Magi" by Dan Gilbert
  • "Mudhouse Sabbath" by Lauren Winner
  • "Practice Makes Catholic: Moving From a Learned Faith to a Lived Faith" by Joe Paprocki and Doug Hall
  • "Sacred Blood, Sacred Image: The Sudarium of Oviedo" by Janice Bennett
  • "Signs of Life" by Scott Hanh
  • "The Way of Mary: Following Her Footsteps Toward God" by Mary Ford Grabowksy

For more information, contact:

Jodie Clark
Pastoral Assistant for Religious Education
253-564-5185 ext. 3036