Voice of the Falcons: Flying Since 1979

HRHS Chronicle

HRHS Chronicle

HRHS Chronicle

Style By Thrift
February 12, 2024
Opening Game
October 2, 2023
Follow Us on Twitter
Follow Us on Instagram

Bible study addition to HR

Bible+study+addition+to+HR

Around HR, there are many people with different beliefs. As a student, you want to feel included in your school and find people who make you feel that way. Bonding with people that have something in common with you is a great way to meet new people and make new friends. Bible study is a way for girls to get together in a safe and judgement free environment to talk about their beliefs. Sidney Smith, founder of Bible study, answered some questions about what Bible study really is.

Q: What is Bible study?

A: “Bible study is just a group where girls from HR can come together and just openly talk about  God and ask questions they have and it’s a place where you can just come as you are no matter what you believe or who you are and just be fully accepted without judgement and supported through a Christian fellowship.”

Q: When did you start Bible study and why?

A: “I started Bible study with my friend Grace Ventercek because we wanted to create a spot for girls to come as they are no matter where their relationship with God is and be fully accepted and to help build relationships with God.”

Q: What is your goal with Bible study?

A: “The goal of Bible study is to further everyone who comes with faith and to show everyone that God is worth having a relationship with no matter who or what you are.”

Q: When and where do you meet?

A: “What we do is basically hang out and talk a lot. We talk about what’s hurting us and what is good in our lives. It’s a really safe and vulnerable place, but at the same time, really fun. We meet most of the time at my house and sometimes we go to like a coffee shop or go get dinner or something.”

Q: Who all is welcome to be a part of Bible study?

A: “Any girl from HR, no matter what grade, is welcome. No matter what you believe about who you are or what you’ve done, everyone is 100% welcome.”

Hannah Dyer, Online Editor

 

Untitled document (1)
A lot of teenagers are quick to shy away from religion and these are just a few facts about non-religious teens. Graphic by Hannah Dyer
Donate to HRHS Chronicle

Your donation will support the student journalists of Highlands Ranch High School. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover our annual website hosting costs.

More to Discover
Donate to HRHS Chronicle

Activate Search
Bible study addition to HR