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Join us for a three-night study of the Epistle to the Hebrews with Dr. Jeff Lamp. Dr. Lamp will examine the Christian story as told through the epistle, presenting the Son as the author of creation, the second Adam, and the establisher of the new creation. Looking at key passages from the letter, Dr. Lamp will illustrate and tie these themes to the liturgical life of the Church.
The event is free and open to the public and is perfect for anyone with an interest in the Bible, the role of Christ in our lives, or the liturgical life of the Church.
Dr. Lamp is a professor of Biblical Greek and New Testament Letters, and has extensively studied and written on the intersection between theology and ecology
The invisible enemy [Satan] presents to us the worthless as important, the irrelevant as essential and that which is detrimental as beneficial only in order to achieve victory and to destroy us forever.
Date: October 22, 23, & 24 Time: 6:30 pm Location: St. Antony fellowship hall Join us for a three-night study of the Epistle to the Hebrews with Dr. Jeff Lamp. Dr. Lamp will examine the Christian story as told through the epistle, presenting the Son as the author of creation, the second Adam, and the […]
Last weekend we kicked off our preparations for Hafli 2018! We got 380 pounds of butter ready to cook with. There’s still a lot of work to be done and, as you know, it’s a St. Antony team effort to make it happen. We’ll be back at the parish this weekend getting ready. To stay […]
Last Saturday, our toddlers came together to bake prosphora bread to offer for their friend Martha, who recently fell asleep in the Lord. We had a great time baking bread and remembering the kindness and love Martha showed all the kids at our parish.