An eight-session course during Lent helping you explore the world's bestseller.
We will be running this course in Glazebury at two venues
First 6 sessions Sunday afternoon at 4pm beginning Sunday March 1st up to and including April 5th
Then the final two sessions after Easter likely to be on 26th April and 3rd May
6 sessions at the home of Mary Latchford in Glazebury (details from Jan Harney 01942 671481)
Beginning 2pm Tuesday 3rd March up to and including 7th April with the two final sessions after Easter to be agreed.
The Bible is a big and complicated book to read and for many it can be difficult to know where to start.
Maybe you've been part of a Bible study group and want to build your confidence so you can study the Bible on your own, or maybe you need help connecting together the bits you've been reading.
The Bible Course is a great resource, whether you are familiar with the Bible or just starting out.
- The Bible Course helps you see how the books of the Bible are part of one big story.
- Using a unique storyline, The Bible Course will show you how key events, books and characters fit together.
- The video teaching, course guide and daily readings will help you grow in confidence as you read the Bible for yourself.
- Acts as a great follow-on resource for those who have done introductory courses like Alpha and Christianity Explored.
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