Teacher: George Plamantouras
Biblical Greek returns on October 15th. 7:15 - 8:30pm.
Have you ever looked at the Liturgy books in church, and wondered what was written on the Greek pages on the left? Or tried listening to the choir, chanters or gospel, only to tune out the Greek parts? Most of us have and do. To better understand the Greek used in church and the Bible, there will be a Biblical Greek class offered at church. The goal of the class is to focus on the language used, and not the content/message (we have Bible Study for that). The hope is to demystify the Greek, and to make more accessible both the language and , through it, the church experience. The class will be taught under the assumption that students know little to nothing of Greek (though all are welcome).
We will begin with the alphabet. Progress will be as we choose it.
For now, the class is offered once every two weeks from 7:15-8:30, having started on the first Thursday in October 3rd. Depending on participation and attendance, frequency and times may change. Depending on attendance, we will meet in the Greek School classroom in church.
There is no final session scheduled; we will simply go until people stop attending. Otherwise, we will schedule breaks throughout the year.
The class is free of charge.
For more information, please contact:
George Plamantouras- teacher: 609-573-5592
Lisa Mitoulis – Parish Administrator: 609-653-8092, ext. 5
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