Starts Tuesday 13 June, 7.45pm at St John’s
Wednesday 14 June, 1.15pm at St Mary’s
Pilgrim is the Church of England’s course in Christian belief and practice which takes classic Bible texts like the Lord’s Prayer or Ten Commandments and asks us to think about them more deeply. Each session uses video, audio and discussion to stimulate us to reflect on important themes of our faith.
This time the course looks at the Bible itself. This six week course stands alone so you don’t need to have come along before to join in now. We won’t be trying to review the whole Bible but rather asking how the Bible works for us as Christians and exploring the place it can have in our lives.
Session One: Praying through Life
With a Reflection by Stephen Cottrell
Explores the importance of prayer, particularly daily prayer as foundational for the Christian life.
Session Two: At home and at work
With a Reflection by Paula Gooder
Looks at how we live out our faith every day and of the importance of Sabbath.
Session Three: Living generously
With a Reflection by John Preston
Considers what it means to reflect the generosity of God in our own lives.
Session Four: In all my relationships
With a Reflection by Rachel Treweek
Looks at how faith in the God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit shapes and changes all our relationships.
Session Five: Confronting the injustices of the world
With a Reflection by Ann Morisy
Considers how the Christian life requires us to be involved in the affairs of the world and to witness to God’s kingdom of peace and justice every day.
Session Six: Treading lightly on the earth
With a Reflection by David Walker
Explores our relationship with the earth itself.
Come and join us.
Further details are available online at: http://www.pilgrimcourse.org