Grace @ The Circle

From God's goodness we have all received grace upon grace.

Grace at the Circle is … 

· An adventure a small group can take together over the course of a year. 

· An enhanced Bible study with a service component. 

· An excuse to get together to eat a good meal and have a good conversation. 

Grace at the Circle meets on the last Monday of each month at 7pm, at St. John’s-Grace Episcopal Church, 51 Colonial Circle, Buffalo, NY 14222. Cycle One will start on August 28th, 2017 and end on July 30th, 2018. 

~ Gabrie’l J. Atchison, Founder & Facilitator  

I believe that the Bible is a diverse set of writings, and that there are common themes across these texts which can be used to understand more about human nature and the very nature of God. I’ve created Grace at the Circle in an effort to explore these themes with other people who are believers and people who are seekers. We will spend one year – a cycle – focusing on a specific theme. We’ll start with the biblical writers and then incorporate the voices of contemporary writers of social commentary and religious thought. In our first cycle, we will explore the theme of poverty.   

Will you take this journey with me?


Each month, I will create a webinar based on this month's topic. You can watch the video below. Click this link to read comments by others who are engaged in this conversation, and add your own:


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August, 2017 - Poverty in the Old Testament

September, 2017 - Poverty in the New Testament

October & November, 2017 - Why should the poor have hope?