Bible Studies

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Monday Night Bible Study

A Study for Everyone!

The First Letter of John

The Monday Night Bible study meets on Monday evenings from 7:30 -8:30 pm, exclusively via Zoom. Our winter 2024 study is the First Letter of John. This study is perfect for those who have no previous Bible experience.

Taught via Zoom by Dr. Eve Tibbs. You can email her at

“Everything written in the Scriptures was written to teach us in order that we might have hope through the patience and encouragement that the Scriptures give us.”

– Romans 15:4

Orthodox Koinonia Bible Study


First-timers and drop-ins are welcome! Bring a friend!

Please join us on Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm for our Bible Study on the beautiful Old Testament Books of Psalms, Proverbs. We will be exploring how these books are used liturgically by our Holy Church and also how these books can apply to our day-to-day life as Christians. If you cannot come in person, you may phone in to the Bible Study!

According to Fr. Thomas Hopko of blessed memory, “Virtually all states of man’s soul before God are found expressed in the psalms: praising, thanking, blessing, rejoicing, petitioning, repenting, lamenting, questioning and even complaining…In the Orthodox Church all of the psalms are understood as having their deepest and most genuine spiritual meaning in terms of Christ and His mission of eternal salvation… The proverbs are short sayings concerning the proper conduct of wise and righteous persons. They are read in their entirety at the weekday Vesper services of the Church during Great Lent. Selections from the Proverbs [and the Wisdom of Solomon] are also read at the vigils of a number of feasts of the Church since for Christians the Wisdom of God is personified and embodied in Christ.”

Taught by Dean Langis, St. Paul’s Pastoral Assistant. You can email him at

“The holy Scriptures are able to give you the wisdom that leads to salvation. All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching the truth, rebuking error, correcting faults and giving instruction for living rightly.”

– 2 Timothy 3:15-16

Women’s Bible Study

Acts of the Apostles

The Women’s Bible Study is currently studying the Acts of the Apostles on Thursdays via Zoom at 10 am.  The Acts of the Apostles is the second book written by St. Luke the Evangelist,  who was a close friend and travel companion of the apostle Paul on his second and third great missionary journeys throughout the Mediterranean world. Imprisoned in Rome, near the end of his life, the apostle Paul wrote to Timothy that “Luke is my only companion.”

Luke emphasizes the activity of the Holy Spirit, who is active both in the life of Christ and in the earliest Christian communities as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, beginning with the day of Pentecost. Luke is also known in the Christian tradition as one of the first painters if icons and was martyred at the age of 84 near Thebes, Greece.

Taught via Zoom by Dr. Eve Tibbs. You can email her at

“I ask that your minds may be opened to see his light, so that you will know what is the hope to which he has called you, how rich are the wonderful blessings he promises his people, and how very great is his power at work in us who believe.”

– Ephesians 1:18-19