Bible Studies

Bible Study
Let the word of Christ, rich as it is, dwell in your heart….
Colossians 3:16

 St. Jane de Chantal Bible Study

We offer various Bible Studies throughout the year, which are based on Sacred Scripture and Catholic teaching. Our next available study is Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom. Studies meet on Tuesdays at 9 am & 6:30 pm. Registration begins August 5 &6 in St. Jane Hall following the vigil and Sunday Masses. Registration fee is $30. Don’t miss this great opportunity to grow in your love of the Scripture!

Acts Registration Form


“We have gone to Bible study for several years, now, and we enjoy it immensely.  We learn about God’s  word and we share God’s word.  Please come and join us.”

~ David & Diane Moore

“Our Bible study has given me an opportunity to expand my faith through study and reflection on the scriptures, while creating community through prayer and praise.  It has unlocked many of the mysteries of scripture for me and allowed for a greater understanding of the Bible.”

~ Aundrea Reidenauer

“We have been going to Bible study for about a year and a half, and have enjoyed the experience thoroughly.  We have come to a greater appreciation of the Bible since we now understand it much better, though there is still much more to learn.”

~ Wade & Caroline Olsen

     Your word is a lamp unto my feet and a light to my path.
~ Psalm 119:105


“Do you have questions?  I did.  He left us the answer   —   “Come and see.”  You’ll love it.  I do.”

~ Linell Arnoult

“Bible study is important in my life, because it provides me with an opportunity to learn more about my faith, as God speaks to me in his Holy Word.  Being  part of a caring faith community that shares my values and encourages me in my spiritual journey, as we learn to pray together, inspires me to an even greater desire to know and love God and to seek His will in all things.”

~ Jeanne Burmaster

“The Bible gives me glimpses of God, hints of truth.  Truth is not a treasure to be found and possessed.  Perhaps the biggest heresy in the life of faith is the myth of certainty.  Faith is not about knowing, about being sure.  Faith is about seeking God, and continuing to seek.  It’s the doubts and the questions and the uncertainties that fuel my ongoing search of God.”  When I read this, I thought:  This is how I feel about our  Bible study.  It helps me to seek and look for those answers to questions.”

~ Mary Franks