Every Thursday evening we meet in homes for a Bible study, prayer and fellowship, from 8pm, with tea, coffee and cakes served from 9pm. Some of us share a meal at 7pm.

The first Thursday of every month is a prayer meeting held at Grove Road Evangelical, opening with a short exposition of a Bible passage. Occassionally we hold “Forum” in a local coffee shop. This is a short talk on a sticky issue, followed by people texting in questions. These are advertised on our front page close to the event.

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Usually we serve dinner at 7pm, ready for 8pm study, followed by fellowship and refreshments. Roughly ever other month we have a visit from a missionary that we support, these meetings happen in Grove Road Evangelical. We have also had central meetings, when for a term we all meet together. Here is a taster of some of what we have looked at:

A series of studies on how we go about making moral choices: “Living Like Jesus”

A series on what the Bible teaches about the future of the church: “The End of the World as we Know it”

Westminster Confession of Faith

A series on how to engage with anti-Christian thought and proclaim the Gospel: “Always ready to give an answer”. These included some workshops where we put this into practice analysing a film and other culture phenomena.

Visits by mission partners or other organisations.

Reports on mission work by members of our church.

A series on how the Bible drives our worship: “Engaging with God”

A series on “hard” prayers in the Bible, especially so-called “imprecations” in the Psalms: “Tough Words”.