Epiphany 2020: Reading the Gospel of John together

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Thinking about your formation offerings for the season of Epiphany, January 6th through Ash Wednesday?

Realistically, you’re probably focusing on Advent and preparations for Christmas. But when you’re ready, check out these Epiphany offerings from The Episcopal Church.

The Good Book Club: Read the Gospel of John together

Now in its third year, the Good Book Club engages tens of thousands of Episcopalians in a daily practice of reading scripture. In Epiphany 2020, we’ll read the Gospel of John together.

Daily readings begin Monday, January 7th, and on Shrove Tuesday, February 25th, we’ll read the closing verses of the Gospel of John.

Sign up at goodbookclub.org to get the daily readings delivered to your inbox. Supporting resources include “Go With Gratitude,” the United Thank Offerings guide to the Gospel of John.

Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Epiphany Curriculum

Coordinating with the Good Book Club, Episcopal Migration Ministries is offering a seven-lesson adult formation curriculum on the Gospel of John, focusing on how we can support refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants. Lessons are designed to work for congregations, small groups, or individuals.

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