Posted: March 2017
Tomorrow, March 15th at 2pm and next Thursday evening at 7.30pm are the dates for Helen Kirk's next Bible study session. It will again be looking at Paul's letter to the Christians at Philippi. Each session is 'free-standing' so if you've missed previous discussions, it matters not. If you want some challenging discussion, some help to understand the nitty-gritty of the Bible or just want the opportunity to ask questions you've never dared to ask, do feel free to come along. The remaining dates and topics for this programme are at 2.30pm on Wednesdays and 7.30pm on Thursdays and last up to an hour and a half:
|Mar: Wed 15 & Thu 23||Phil 3:12-4.1||Pressing on towards the goal|
|May: Wed 17 & Thu 18||Phil. 4: 2-9||How to survive a local church|
|Jun: Wed 14 & Thu 22||Phil. 4: 10-23||Caring & Sharing|
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