Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible

Many Catholics want to read the Bible but get bogged down by the long stretches that seem not to make sense or get lost among the sea of Old Testament names and places. Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible, an eight-part Bible study, helps you uncover the story woven throughout Scripture, so you can get the “big picture” of the Bible and understand what it’s all about. Aided by a unique color-coded Bible TimelineTM Chart that arranges the key people, places, and events of the Bible in chronological order, Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible will help you pick up the Bible with confidence and understand how you fit into God’s plan.

Participants of Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible will meet for 8-weeks to view an engaging video presentation followed by a time of lively group discussion and fellowship.



Monday Sessions will meet from 8-9:30pm via Zoom - great for parents with young children and those who prefer not to go back out at night

February 20th | 27th 

March 6th | 13th | 20th | 27th

No meeting Apr 3rd (Holy Week/Hanover Public School Holiday)

No meeting Apr 10th (Monday after Easter)

April 17th  | 24th


Wednesday Sessions will meet from 7-8:30 at St. Ann's

March 1st | 8th | 15th | 22nd | 29th 

No meeting Apr 5th (Holy Week/Hanover Public School Holiday)

April 12th | 19th | 26th


Cost: $30 person for materials - cash or check payable to "St. Ann's Church" (scholarships available)

Materials include: A workbook, Bible Timeline chart, Bible Timeline bookmark, Online Video Access (1 year), Online Workbook, Online Timeline Chart

There are a limited number of paperback editions of "The Great Adventure Bible" for $40 (OPTIONAL expense) - any Catholic Bible is acceptable 


Register Here!


Have questions or need assistance? 

Minister of Christian Formation: Patti Kamper pattikamper@stannscc.org

Reporting Abuse

Sexual Abuse Hotline: Bishop Knestout encourages anyone aware of sexual abuse of minors on the part of clergy or staff of our Diocese to notify civil authorities, call Attorney General’s Clergy Abuse Hotline at 1-833-454-9064 and reach out to the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator, Jennifer Sloan at 1-877-887-9603.