Third Sunday in each month at 09.30 in the Church Hall, Kingsley Road.
Once a month a group meets in the Church Hall for an informal discussion over a cup of tea or coffee, usually based around a passage from the Bible. Debates are often wide-ranging and all opinions are very welcome!
This is a good time to explore the Bible, Christian living and ethics and to discuss our own faith, beliefs, doubts and uncertainties with others in a relaxed atmosphere. Though all are encouraged to take part in the discussions in a way they are comfortable with, some people just enjoy coming to listen to the discussions and other people's opinions.
This group is led by one of our Worship Leaders and Church Stewards, Patricia Barnard. This usually lasts around half an hour and is held in the Church Hall at the rear of the Church, so please head toward the side door rather than the main Church door.
Are there Bible passages that you have never understood, or Christian history that you know nothing about?
What about stories that are in the news, and how Christians might view these? Are there any differences in Christianity today from previous generations? Are you interested in discussing Bible passages, or listening to other people having these discussions? Why not join the discussion group that meets on the third Sunday of each month at 9.30am? All over a cup of tea of course! In response to the recent Church Survey, there are also plans to start other midweek study groups, so if you can’t make 9.30 on a Sunday then watch out for notices about dates and times for these in the near future.