"In the Footsteps of Paul"

Next spring, from Mar. 15- 28, join other parishioners for a unique opportunity to travel with John Zahl and his father, Paul Zahl, as they guide us in the footsteps of St. Paul, the first great Christian missionary, treading where he trod and worshipping where he once taught in Greece and Turkey.   John Zahl has been focusing on the epistles of Paul in his weekly Wednesday Bible classes and is eager to serve as our chaplain and theologian on the trip.  His father, Paul Zahl, a former Episcopalian rector, is a New Testament scholar and classicist who has been visiting Pauline sites for over 40 years.  Together, we will see Athens, Thessaloniki, Philippi, Corinth, Ephesus, Colossae and many birthplaces of the earliest Christian Churches.  On the island of Patmos we will visit the Cave of the Apocalyse and Monastery of St. John, author of the Book of Revelation.  Through this journey we will foster fellowship with one another, deepen our understanding of our Christian roots and connect with God in new and exciting ways.

View the full brochure here, along with registration form here.
 

 

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OUR MISSION: TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN