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The coronavirus crisis is challenging churches to respond in new ways to our call to worship. At St. Andrew’s, we’re worshiping in-person and online. Sunday worship is livestreamed and daily prayer is available on Facebook Live at 8 a.m., 1 p.m., and 8 p.m.
Distinct Voices: James, Peter, John, and Jude
The Good Book Club, Fall 2021
From Sept. 1 through Oct. 24, our Good Book Club will read the New Testament letters of James, Peter, John, and Jude. In Sunday-morning readings and Bible studies, we don’t hear much about these letters. As an interpreter of Jesus and his teachings, the apostle Paul tends to steal the show because of the number of his letters preserved in Scripture and because of their theological depth. But Scripture also offers the witness of these “lesser” letter writers, even though they sometimes conflict directly with Paul’s teaching (e.g., the Letter of James) and may make us uncomfortable by blending God’s good news with the patterns of the dominant culture (e.g., the teachings in 1 Peter about gender relationships and slavery). Each day, you’ll get a text or email with a brief summary of the daily reading, along with a link to that day’s verses. with a link to that day’s verses. Find out more from an overview of these two books. To sign up for the Good Book Club, just email Fr. John.