This series will begin on Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021, and is designed to help you deepen your knowledge of and relationship with Scripture through The Saint John's Bible, a hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible crafted in the 21st-century using centuries-old materials and methods.
Across six units, you'll explore the beauty and tradition of illuminated manuscripts, and unpack several illuminations from The Saint John’s Bible, along with the Scripture passages they depict. You'll also learn how to pray with Scripture and art through guided experiences of lectio and visio divina.
The series materials will be available until Pentecost Sunday, May, 23, 2021.
For Individual Participants:
The content for this series consists of several short video clips (approximately one hour total viewing) in each unit. Recommended resources and reflection questions are provided; however, these are for your own edification and enrichment. There are no required readings, no assignments or assessments, and no formal instructor; your explorations are completely self-guided.
If you participated in this series in 2020, you will need to register again this year. However, you will want to use the same account (username and password) to access the series and register.
For Group Facilitators:
If you are a parish, campus, or diocesan minister who has opted in to leading a group from your community through this series, you can access supplemental planning materials and guides on our Facilitator Resource Page.
If you are interested in serving as a group facilitator for your parish, school, or diocese, please indicate your interest in the form and we will get in touch with you.