10 Bible Passages About St. Silas (a.k.a. St. Silvanus)

Silas and Paul Imprisoned in Philippi
Acts 16:16-40

Silas was with a group sent to deliver a letter from the Council of Jerusalem to the Christians of Antioch.

Silas went with Paul on Paul's Second Missionary Journey.

Silas was thrown into prison with Paul in Philippi ... and later freed through a miraculous earthquake.

Acts 17:4
Silas was with Paul when he went to preach in Thessalonica.

Acts 17:10-15
Silas and Paul hurried to Beroea (now known as Veria) when an angry crowd in Thessalonica stirred up commotion.  

Acts 18:5-6
Silas and Timothy joined Paul in Corinth.

2 Corinthians 1:19
Paul asserts how Silas/Silvanus helped to proclaim the Son of God to the Corinthians.

1 Thessalonians 1:1
Silas/Silvanus and Paul (and Timothy) greet the Church of the Thessalonians.

2 Thessalonians 1:1-2
Silas/Silvanus (again with Paul and Timothy) greets the Thessalonians with a prayer for grace and peace.

1 Peter 5:12
This verse indicates that Silas/Silvanus was perhaps the deliverer of Paul's letter, or possibly his secretary.  And, most certainly a "faithful brother" and a great promoter of the Faith.

St. Silas Church
Pentonville, London, England