Bible Studies at St. Joseph Fullerton are ongoing. We study sacred scripture and have group discussions about our faith journeys. We look forward to seeing you at one of our next meetings.
This fall we will be having a bible study on “The Letter of St. Paul to the Romans.We will have an evening session on Tuesday nights from 7pm to 8:30pm and a morning session on Wednesday from 9am to 10:30am. Both sessions will be in the parish center.
BIBLE STUDY SCHEDULE
Come join us in the parish center as we watch saint movies, documentaries, personal testimonies and other inspiring stories to help us grow deeper in our faith and enliven us in our evangelization. More information on the upcoming schedule of events coming soon. . .
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What are Small Groups?
Small Groups are where the Catholic Church and mystical body of Christ get small. Groups of around 6-12 people meet in their homes, to discuss faith, go deeper in scripture, and support one another in their relationship with Christ. Just as Christ even needed Simon the Cyrenian to help him carry his cross, small groups allow us to go through our faith journeys together. If you want to grow in your faith, being in a Small Group is a great place to start.
Community, Friends & Family in Faith
Did you know that Jesus was in a Small Group? Through the Apostles time spent with Jesus, they were able to change the world. That same relationship/community was passed down and modeled by all the Apostles and also Paul. Through being in a Small Group, we are able to minister to one another in our parish. As you invest in these relationships, you will begin getting to know each other, praying for one another and supporting each other--just as the Apostles did.
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