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'Biblical teaching that relates to everyday lives' was one of the requests that came out of the recent Healthy Churches questionnaire and follow-up sessions. So I am going to start a monthly Bible Study on a Wednesday afternoon/ Thursday evening in the coffee bar at the front of the church. It will begin with refreshments followed by some input from me and then a chance to discuss the issues raised. So if you are looking for some challenging discussion, help to understand the nitty-gritty of the Bible or just want the opportunity to ask all the questions you've never dared ask, please come along. You don't have to commit to all the sessions; just come to what you can. All are welcome.

Session 1 Wednesday 9th September 2-3.30pm Thursday 17th September 7.30-9pm
Session 2 Wednesday 14th October 2-3.30pm Thursday 22nd October 7.30-9pm
Session 3 Wednesday 18th November 2-3.30pm Thursday 26th November 7.30-9pm
Session 4 Wednesday 9th December 2-3.30pm Thursday 17th December 7.30-9pm

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