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Bible Study 2016-17

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'How to survive a local church' and 'Being a Christian even when life sucks' are two topics for Helen Kirk's Bible Study programme this year.

Focusing on Paul's letter to the church in Philippi, you can choose a Wednesday afternoon from 2-3.30pm or a Thursday evening from 7.30-9pm on the following dates:

September Wed 14 & Thu 22 Philippians 1. 1-11 — Introduction
October Wed 12 & Thu 20 Philippians 1. 12-30 — Being a Christian even when life sucks
November Wed 9 & Thu 10 Philippians 2. 1-18 'Becoming like Christ'
January Wed 11 & Thu 26 Philippians 2. 18- 30 'Taking a lead'
February Wed 8 & Thu 23 Philippians 3.1-11 'Putting our trust in......?'
March Wed 15 & Thu 23 Philippians 3.12-4.1 'pressing on towards the goal'
May Wed 17 & Thu 18 Philippians 4. 2-9 'how to survive a local church'
June Wed 14 & Thu 22 Philippians 4. 10-23 'caring & sharing'

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