The Narrative Lectionary follows the story of the bible over a four year period. It picks out the main moments in the story of scripture and gives an overview of the bible. This term we'll be looking at stories in the Old Testament.
Paul's first letter to the church in Corinth contains some of the most well-known words in the New Testament. His message is both pastoral and challenging, as he encourages the church to follow and imitate Christ, as people who are "temples of God's Spirit". We'll spend six weeks looking at some of the key themes of this inspiring work.
"Following Jesus" is another strand of our vision. As we enter Lent, we'll spend time in the Gospels, being inspired again by Jesus' invitation to follow him in the great adventure of faith.
During February we'll look at the theme of 'hope'. Part of our church vision is "Sharing Hope", through our lives and our communal life together. This series will look afresh at what it means to hope; the role of hope in our ongoing journey of faith; and what it looks like to share that hope with others.
The book of Proverbs forms part of what is known as the Bible's "Wisdom Literature". We'll look at four key themes found in this great work that speak of what it means to live wisely.
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