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Last updated 17th January 2018

Bible study

'Whatever version (of the Bible) you are reading it is wonderful to learn more about God. Keep reading and keep learning - and then tell other people about it!' - Archbishop John Sentamu 


Personal bible study

There are books, apps and online resources to help us to understand what we're reading in the Bible, and work out what it means in our own lives.


Bible Study with other people:

'We all bring our own experiences to the Bible so it's really helpful to read the Bible with other people. You'll gain other people's perspective on what they think the Bible says' - Paula Gooder of the Bible Society

Some ideas for Bible study in groups including details of the new Bible Book Club initiative from the Bible Society.

If you are planning to run a Lent course or discussion group, and are a bit unsure about it, there's a training morning at Clayton House on 10th February, from 9.30 am to 1 pm. It's aimed at people who are a bit unsure about doing this, and will include how people learn, how Christians grow, how groups work and practical matters. Contact Rosie Strachan - or Mandy Stanton -  for more details.