'Meals with Jesus'

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Meals with Jesus

A brand-new online series of light Bible Life Groups on a Wednesday evening or Monday afternoon.

The sessions are intended to enable us to explore what it means to share with Jesus, to be seated at His table, fed, nourished and sent to feed others. They will be informal and participative in style. Those taking part will learn together as we explore various meals Jesus was present at in Luke's Gospel account.


Wednesday 9th September on Zoom at 7.30pm with Rev Nick
Wednesday 23rd September on Zoom at 7.30pm with Rev Nick
Wednesday 7th October on Zoom at 7.30pm with Rev Nick
Monday 5th October on Zoom at 2pm with Rev James
Monday 12th October on Zoom at 2pm with Rev James
Monday 19th October on Zoom at 2pm with Rev James

Contact either Rev Nick by email at: nicholas.witham@methodist.org.uk or Rev James by email at: jjamesbamber@gmail.com for login details.

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