Bible Book Club; first Tuesday of each month
A time to get together, learn and reflect. (Yes, this was formerly known as Bible Study but we thought that this did not really quite reveal how much discussion there was!)
At each meeting we consider a selected passage from the Bible.
Each meeting lasts about one hour from 8.00 pm. They are normally held on the first Tuesday of each month in the meeting room at the back of church. Potential topics for the next meeting are suggested and a choice made, so that everyone has time to read and reflect on the passage(s) before we get together.
For the Spring Term we have been working through Paul's first Epistle to the Corinthians. Paul was one of the founders of the Christian community in that bustling, multi-cultural port ca 52 AD.
Two years later he writes with advice on a range of subjects, and some of what he hears about his old friends is clearly troubling him.
We will complete our study of this letter on Tuesday 2 April, usual time and place, 8.00pm in the meeting room.
Chapters 13 – 16 contain some of Paul’s best loved and most profound teaching on love, life, death and resurrection. And on Church order: ‘Let everything be done in a proper and orderly way’ (1 Cor 14 v 40). Was Paul the first Anglican?
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