Open to beginners, this class includes long-term members who translate using grammar aids, lexicons and commentaries, enjoying how the Greek text reveals nuance and depth in scripture. Provided on a drop-in basis, first-time visitors need no previous knowledge of Greek. Initial classes begin with alphabet and pronunciation practice prior to proceeding to translation. For more information, contact the Rev. Dr. Thee Smith, 404-365-1093.
This class is Sundays from 1:15-2:45 p.m., in-person in room 239, and via Zoom.
Listen with Greek texts in-hand and enjoy! To hear Greek recordings, follow these three steps on your phone:
- Dial 1-641-715-3800
- Input access code 52947#
- Input extensionfor weekly Sunday lesson readings, or other extensions for additional readings listed below.
Selections from the Prologue to the Gospel of John
- EXT. 5 – John 1.1-5, 14 – In the beginning was the Word...
- EXT. 9 – Greek Alphabet audio recording excerpted from a Greek pronunciation website.
Feast of St. Francis
- EXT. 22 – Gospel – Matthew 11:25-30 – English (interlinear trans.) and Greek (read twice)
- EXT. 23 – Epistle – Galatians 6:14-18 – English (interlinear trans.) and Greek (read twice)
Feast of St. Philip, Deacon and Evangelist
- EXT. 24 – Gospel – Matthew 28:18-20 – English (interlinear trans.) and Greek (read twice)
- EXT. 25 – Epistle – Acts 8.26-40 – English (interlinear trans.) and Greek (read twice)
NOTE: For other, more fluent (fast!) and professional audio recordings of biblical Greek go to the LetsReadGreek website. The first three recordings on this website (by Marilyn Phemister, David Field, and John Simon) are free.
For more information, contact the Rev. Dr. Thee Smith, 404-365-1093.