YEAR ONE

WEEK ONE

Monday, November 7, 2022
Matthew 1
Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Matthew 2
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Matthew 3
Thursday, November 10, 2022
Matthew 4
Friday, November 11, 2022
Matthew 5
Saturday, November 12, 2022
Matthew 6

WEEK TWO

Monday, November 14
Matthew 7
Tuesday, November 15
Matthew 8
Wednesday, November 16
Matthew 9
Thursday, November 17
Matthew 10
Friday, November 18
Matthew 11
Saturday, November 19
Matthew 12

WEEK THREE

Monday, November 21
Matthew 13
Tuesday, November 22
Matthew 14
Wednesday, November 23
Matthew 15
Thursday, November 24
Matthew 16
Friday, November 25
Matthew 17
Saturday, November 26
Matthew 18

WEEK FOUR

Monday, November 28
Matthew 19
Tuesday, November 29
Matthew 20
Wednesday, November 30
Matthew 21
Thursday, December 1
Matthew 22
Friday, December 2
Matthew 23
Saturday, December 3
Matthew 24

WEEK FIVE

Monday, December 5
Matthew 25
Tuesday, December 6
Matthew 26
Wednesday, December 7
Matthew 27
Thursday, December 8
Matthew 28
Friday, December 9
Mark 1
Saturday, December 10
Mark 2

WEEK FOUR

Monday, November 28
Matthew 19
Tuesday, November 29
Matthew 20
Wednesday, November 30
Matthew 21
Thursday, December 1
Matthew 22
Friday, December 2
Matthew 23
Saturday, December 3
Matthew 24

WEEK FIVE

Monday, December 5
Matthew 25
Tuesday, December 6
Matthew 26
Wednesday, December 7
Matthew 27
Thursday, December 8
Matthew 28
Friday, December 9
Mark 1
Saturday, December 10
Mark 2

Galloway UMC’s Bible Reading Plan
We present this plan to provide a meaningful way to read through the entire Bible in three years. This is not a race to see how quickly you can move through the scriptures; it is an invitation to be reflective about what your read, allowing time to ponder its meaning and application for you.

We also think something is compelling in that others in our congregation also read the same passage on any given day. It becomes a communal act of reading the holy scriptures and creates conversation around what we are reading.

This plan to read the Bible in more manageable daily portions over three years is the work of a Lutheran minister, the Reverend Ernie Bernet. The plan represents some twenty years of work and preparation, which the Rev. Bernet has freely offered to all. Other elements used here are borrowed from several churches such as St Paul UMC, Lenexa, KS; The North Georgia Conference of the UMC; Asbury UMC, Columbus, IN.