Bible Study

There are TWO Bible Study groups.

The FIRST one meets in the afternoon and is led by Glyn Stanway, Reader at St Mary’s.
Open to everyone who wants to discuss the world’s best selling book and learn about its author. We take Bible passages as starting points for informal discussions on faith and experience.
Meetings are generally held on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month,
at 2.30 pm at 12 Conway Close.
It is advisable to give Glyn a call on 822620 to confirm the date.

A SECOND group will start on 4 October 2021 and is led by Helena Hughes, authorised Local Preacher at St Mary’s, who writes:

Reading and studying the Bible is important for many reasons. It gives more insight into our faith, it challenges us, it informs and inspires us; it is our spiritual food. Above all it is one of the ways in which God draws us closer and ‘speaks’ to us.

I hope this term’s study will have something for everyone, whether you are new to reading the Bible in a serious way or have been searching its pages for many years.

Meetings will be held on alternate Mondays in St Mary’s Annexe. We will meet for refreshments at 7 pm and then have our study and discussion from 7.30-9 pm.
We will work on a termly basis, so for this term we will have 5 sessions on: October 4 and 18, November 1, 15 and 29.
The reading for this term will be the Gospel of Mark and the subject will be ‘ Who is Jesus? What does it mean to follow him?’