We, as Orthodox Christians, believe that the divine revelation is both natural (the order of the cosmos and its beauty etc.) and supranatural (related directly to us by God through special people and at the fullness of time (Galatians 4,4) through His very Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. This supranatural revelation has for us two components: the Holy Scripture (or the Bible) and the Holy Tradition (the work of the one Church of God revelated in the Holy Spirit, starting from the Apostolic fathers and all the way to today.
We know that "all Scripture is inspired by God and useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3,16). Therefore, we value Scripture as an incredible and unique way to know God and we strive to read and understand it, guided by the presence oh His Holy Spirit in Church.
We meet regularly to read and understand His life-giving message: on Mondays from 8 pm, starting again in October 2021.
The sessions are relaxed, interactive and we encorage as many possible to attend! No previous Bible knowledge is required and there is no test at the end! Please consult the Liturgic Calendar (link HERE) for the exact schedule.
Sessions are also recorded. Old ones (Holy Gospel according to St. Matthew) can be found on the dedicated page - link HERE. New sessions (starting with Holy Gospel according to St. Mark) are recorded via Zoom streaming (YouTube).