Home group

Our home group meets in term time, Wednesday evenings at 8pm. There are 9 regulars, with an average attendance of 7, so there’s room for more if you are interested. It's  members come from mainstream Christian traditions.

The evenings start and finish with informal chat. Tea and biscuits are provided and we include a short prayer time.

Videos or CDs are occasionally used especially,  if last minute changes prove necessary.  Leadership varies week by week, usually led by local clergy supported by  our own members . Colin Smith facilitates and co-ordinates the group.

 

 We are always looking for a suitable trip out or guest session leaders to replace one of the evening events, and welcome suggestions. The photograph shows some of us waiting for the train to take us to the far end of Rudyard lake on our 2015 day out.

 

We are now embarking on a short series on ways of using the bible before completing our consideration of the book of Acts, using the Bible study guide by Tom Wright, a leading New Testament scholar.

 

 

 

Sept - December 2017

 

20 Sept

Posh lunch out, at the Peruga restaurant nr Marple bridge.

CS

27 Sept

Video at 8 Oaks Ave. “J John interviews Nicky Gumbel”. Nicky is the guy who “fronts” the Alpha course.

CS/IGS

4 Oct

Bible study techniques - James 1. Lectio Divina

 Rev Kerry

 

11 Oct

Bible study techniques - James 2. The Swedish Method.  Rev Kerry

 

18 Oct

Bible study techniques - James 3:1- 4:12 Scripture through Art.  Rev Kerry

 

25 Oct

Bible study techniques - James 4:13- 5:20 Inductive Method.  Rev Kerry

 

1 Nov.

Acts 20:-21:14 Meetings and Farewells

Rev John

8 Nov.

Acts 21:15 -22:30 Showdown in Jerusalem

 Rev John

15 Nov

Acts 23-24 Schemes and rescues 

 Rev John

22 Nov

Acts 25 – 26 ”I appeal to Caesar”

 Rev John

29 Nov

Acts 27 – 28 The voyage to Rome.

 Rev John

3 Dec

Christmas party

 

 

Christmas break

 

3 Jan

Video at 8 Oaks Avenue.J.John interviews General André Cox, General of The Salvation Army.

 

 

 

  The venue is usually 19 New Mills Road, Hayfield – Sheila Booth’s home, though occasionally, it is next door at Rita’s “Tardis Cottage ”. Just turn up or contact us in advance if you prefer.

 


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