The rapid-moving pace of the world in which we live means that frequently we can feel as if we are struggling to keep up with it all. For this reason, it is important to take time for study and reflection on the timeless fonts of Sacred Scripture and the Liturgy to help us as Christians better come to terms with our place - and God's place - in the confusing wonder of creation.
Exploring new ways to meet ~ for Bible Study ...
We are now running two different Bible Studies - using Zoom.
On Wednesday evenings we’ll be running a more traditional style of Bible Study, when we shall be looking at the theme of 'interceding for the nation' and we shall base the study on 2 Chronicles 6: 12-21. Any further information or logon details for Zoom to join the study can be requested from email@example.com or 634253848
While on Thursday afternoons we will use Lectio Divina - where one person reads a short bible passage then after a brief time of silent reflection we each share (if we want to) a word or phrase that has jumped out at us, nothing more just that word or phrase. We read the passage a second time, maybe from a different version of the bible, then after another time for reflection we say, in just a few words, (if we want to) what we feel about our word or phrase. The passage is then read a third time when after reflection we share (if we want to) what we feel this passage might be leading us to do. If you’re interested or have any questions please contact Caroline firstname.lastname@example.org