Posted: March 2019
If you are looking for some challenging discussion, some help to understand the nitty gritty of the Bible, or you just want the opportunity to ask all the questions you've never dared to ask, your next chance is this Wednesday, 13th March. Between 2pm and 3.30pm, Rev. Helen Kirk will lead the Aylesbury Bible Study on the theme of 'And breathe...why we all need a day off!' The next dates and themes are all on Wednesdays from 2pm to 3.30pm::
April 10th: Oh God! — misusing the Lord's name.
May 8th: The things we worship — creating idols
June 12th: There is only one God...
You don't have to commit to all the sessions; just come to what you can. All are welcome.
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